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Gold cocoon peeling in skin care

Our skin is an active organ that responds to external factors and it is in a constant state of
productive activity.

Our Skin

It is in a continuous cycle of renewing cells and support materials. As the upper layer lacks vein direction, it is not possible to carry the nutrients it receives from the upper layer to the lowest layer.

The skin’s ability to regenerate itself is more active when younger, and slows down as you get older. Like all other organs in our body, it starts to age when you reach about 20 years of age. However, what sets our skin apart from other organs is that it is open to external factors such as sunlight and pollution.

In skin care, we mainly support the function of protecting and repairing cell membranes by supplying water to our skin from inside and outside. This means that we should not be dehydrated during the day and we should stay away from food and drink that draw water out of the cells and use appropriate skin protectant and moisturiser products. In the product selection, moisturisers and serums containing antioxidants are recommended to repair damage that occurs as a result of internal and external attacks on
the skin.

Cocoon peeling

The basic rule of skin care is to have cleansed skin. In the general self-care routine, a face cleanse is done in the morning and evening. During this cleanse a face brush, sponge, soap or purifying gels are used. Washing the face is very important to remove the dead cells from the surface of the skin and to let it breathe. However, it is very important that the skin barrier is not damaged during this process. If the skin barrier is broken, it cannot fulfil its protection and defence functions. Oxidation is the cause of ageing, excessive pigmentation, deep and fine wrinkles and sagging due to decreased collagen production. When the skin’s moisture balance is impaired, it creates a suitable feeding area for demodex mites. As a result, diseases such as sensitive skin syndrome and rosacea form on the skin.

The removal of dead skin cells from the surface of the skin should be done 1- 2 times a week by peeling according to the skin type as well as daily skin care. The cocoons produced by the silkworm have the same structure and amino acid composition as human hair and skin. The silk cocoon is the source of silk, which is a symbol of luxury, elegance and beauty with its unique, fine and shiny structure. When describing beauty itself the word ‘silk’ has an association with beauty. In the Turkish body care and bathing culture, the washing glove is made of silk. Today, even if different washing gloves and peeling materials are made with different materials, the silk glove from the city of Bursa is different. It collects dead cells with its delicate fibre structure and does not spoil the structure of the skin surface.

The gold cocoon exfoliates the barrier structure on the skin with the protein complex called sericin, while removing dead cells from the surface of the skin by means of its thin fibres. It also strengthens the barrier structure.

This is a natural feature of the structure of the gold cocoon. When you switch to a new skin care product, you must first remove the dead cells from the skin to get the perfect effect. During this process, if the skin is irritated or the barrier structure deteriorates, the new product may cause sensitivity, such as acne redness, to develop. If used without cleansing the dead cells, increased cell functions may cause pimples and clogged pores due to the active ingredients it contains. Therefore, it is important to remove dead cells properly in skin care.

The gold silk cocoon gives striking results with a decrease in deep lines, lightening areas with excessive pigmentation problems and increased collagen production. Use routinely for an average of 5 weeks, once a week on young skin and twice a week for mature skin.

Peeling with gold cocoons gives your skin a healthy shine and a vigorous appearance. Rosacea and sensitive skin syndrome can consist of dead skin buildup: When there is moisture loss and dead cell accumulation on the skin, Demodex mites reproduce on the surface of the skin. There are two known type of Demodex. Demodex follicularis is seen in the diagnosis of rosacea. The other type is Domodex brevis. It
lives on the surface of the skin, in the eyelash bottoms, inside dead cells. In the fight against these mites that manifest as dryness, itching, stinging, pimples and roughness on the surface of the skin that has moisture loss, good moisturisation is the main treatment along with the removal of dead cells.

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