ZO Principles of Skin Health Restoration
The principle of skin health restoration completely revolves around the issue of skin stabilization, which is approached through Correction, Stimulation, Pigment Control, Hydration, and Sun Protection.
It starts with improving skin tolerance and increasing skin resistance to negative stimulation such as sun exposure. Epidermal renewal, sloughing the surface of the skin, and enhancing the thickness of the skin includes reducing discoloration and restoring natural hydration and improving cellular function by repairing DNA.
In addition to the steps outlined above, the stimulation process involves dermal renewal, which enhances collagen, elastin, and glycosaminogylcans, including hyaluronic acid. The stimulation stage also involves enhancing cellular functions, improving texture and color, and controlling inflammation, the enemies of healthy skin.