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skin harmed by environmental stressors
immediately for 24H hydration
the damage caused by pollution
against environmental stress factors
*The City Guard Complex is available in the High protection urban day cream SPF 30 and the 24H anti-pollution day & night moisturizing emulsion.
Natural sugar that cleanses and purifies the skin
The grain of your skin is smoothed and refined for a purified, radiant tone.
Improves the appearance and radiance of your skin.
What is pollution exactly?
Pollution is primarily made up of toxic micro-particles from the off-gassing of industrial activity. Day after day, pollution causes micro-inflammation that damages the cutaneous barrier of your skin.
What impact does pollution have on my skin?
Pollution makes your skin drier, more sensitive and more susceptible to redness. Over time, your pores become enlarged. In addition, pollution can even accelerate the aging process of the skin and worsen the appearance of acne in combination to oily skin.
What are environmental stressors?
Environmental stressors include air pollution, extreme temperatures, artificial light, UV rays, cigarette smoke and off-gassing.
What impact do environmental stressors have on my skin?
Environmental stress can endanger the health of your skin. When it's exposed to several types of environmental stress, your skin ages more quickly and shows signs of fatigue.
True or false? Poor environmental conditions increase the production of sebum.
TRUE. Results from studies on the effects of pollution on the skin have shown that poor environmental conditions increase the production of sebum.
True or false? Pollution only occurs in urban settings.
FALSE. While pollution in rural settings is generally lower than in urban ones, it is nonetheless present. The ever-increasing use of wood-burning heating methods in rural areas adds to the production of fine particulate pollution.