Science of AGING


Although aging is inevitable, it is essential to provide the skin with the proper skin care products to protect it from aging as well as promote a healthy lifestyle. Taking measures to keep the skin as reinforced as possible can be accomplished by applying specialized highly effective skin care products designed for improving barrier protection, hydration and collagen synthesis. Immerse+ Skin Lab skincare products contain ingredients to help communicate with the dermal, subcutaneous and epidermal layers. This helps to rejuvenate, repair and restore the skin to a more youthful appearance.

As the most voluminous organ of the body, your skin will change as the years go by.

The aging process is affected by both internal and external factors. Internal aging is an inevitable physiological process that results in thin, dry skin, fine wrinkles, while external aging is induced by environment factors such as air pollution, smoking, poor nutrition, and sun exposure, resulting in coarse wrinkles, loss of elasticity, laxity, and rough-textured appearance.


Research finds that as a person ages, the skin cell renewal process slows down, which leads to a thinning of the epidermal layer with less protection against the environment. This also allows more water to escape, so aged skin is often less hydrated.

The thinning of the epidermis, causes the contact surface area between dermis and epidermis to decrease, resulting in a smaller exchange surface for nutrition supply to the epidermis and further weakens the ability of basal cells to renew.

As the years go by and environmental damage persists, the collagen and elastin in the dermis are weakened and creation of new collagen slows down. This reduces the skin's strength and elasticity.


The number of pigment-containing cells (melanocytes) decreases. Aging skin looks thinner, paler, and more translucent.

The remaining melanocytes increase in size. Melanin develops in the dermal layers and when skin is exposed to the sun, it appears as blotchy brown spots. These include age spots, liver spots, or lentigos.

Aging skin is also the result of a reduction or shrinking of the skin's subcutaneous layer. As we age the fatty tissue in our subcutaneous layers starts to break down. When this fatty layer loses its density, skin can have difficulties to regulate body temperature and can become fragile and more susceptible to bruising.

Also, the sebaceous glands produce less oil as you age. This can make it harder to keep the skin moist, resulting in dryness and itchiness.

Learn about the Science of INGREDIENTS that can help with many of these concerns



Although aging is inevitable, it is essential to provide the skin with the proper skin care products to protect it from aging as well as promote a healthy lifestyle. Taking measures to keep the skin as reinforced as possible can be accomplished by applying specialized highly effective skin care products designed for improving barrier protection, hydration and collagen synthesis. Immerse+ Skin Lab skincare products contain ingredients to help communicate with the dermal, subcutaneous and epidermal layers. This helps to rejuvenate, repair and restore the skin to a more youthful appearance.

As the most voluminous organ of the body, your skin will change as the years go by.

The aging process is affected by both internal and external factors. Internal aging is an inevitable physiological process that results in thin, dry skin, fine wrinkles, while external aging is induced by environment factors such as air pollution, smoking, poor nutrition, and sun exposure, resulting in coarse wrinkles, loss of elasticity, laxity, and rough-textured appearance.

Research finds that as a person ages, the skin cell renewal process slows down, which leads to a thinning of the epidermal layer with less protection against the environment. This also allows more water to escape, so aged skin is often less hydrated.

The thinning of the epidermis, causes the contact surface area between dermis and epidermis to decrease, resulting in a smaller exchange surface for nutrition supply to the epidermis and further weakens the ability of basal cells to renew.

As the years go by and environmental damage persists, the collagen and elastin in the dermis are weakened and creation of new collagen slows down. This reduces the skin's strength and elasticity.

The number of pigment-containing cells (melanocytes) decreases. Aging skin looks thinner, paler, and more translucent.

The remaining melanocytes increase in size. Melanin develops in the dermal layers and when skin is exposed to the sun, it appears as blotchy brown spots. These include age spots, liver spots, or lentigos.

Aging skin is also the result of a reduction or shrinking of the skin's subcutaneous layer. As we age the fatty tissue in our subcutaneous layers starts to break down. When this fatty layer loses its density, skin can have difficulties to regulate body temperature and can become fragile and more susceptible to bruising.

Also, the sebaceous glands produce less oil as you age. This can make it harder to keep the skin moist, resulting in dryness and itchiness.

Learn about the Science of INGREDIENTS that can help with many of these concerns