The skin’s “clock genes” regulate these alternating protective and repair cycles, at least while the skin is young. As the skin ages, the expression of these genes decreases and the cells seem out of sync. They fail to distinguish between day and night, and no longer play a regenerative role.
This led to the idea of reactivating these youthful genes and restoring each cell’s natural synchronization process in order to ensure maximum protection during the day and full regeneration at night. More than ever, the cells function with maximum efficiency to repair, regenerate, protect, fortify and visibly rejuvenate the skin.