ENVIRONMENTAL AGGRESSORS EXPLAINED

Your skin is exposed to a wide range of environmental aggressors every day, which over time can weaken skin’s natural protective barrier, leaving it vulnerable to dryness and sensitivity. The UV and Air Quality indexes both monitor a combination of aggressors and can be accessed to understand the aggressor levels in your location.

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ULTRA VIOLET INDEX (UVI)

The sun’s Ultra Violet A (UVA) and Ultra Violet B (UVB) rays can damage your skin’s DNA and its natural moisture barrier, leading to dehydrated skin and premature ageing.

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AIR QUALITY INDEX (AQI)

Pollutants such as soot particles, ozone gas, diesel fuel, heavy metals emissions and cigarette smoke can over time weaken skin’s natural defenses, contributing to premature ageing and triggering skin conditions like dehydration and sensitivity.

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