Stress in small amounts is good for our skin.
The theory that stress in small amounts has a beneficial effect on our skin has been brilliantly proven in practice by Vax'in for Youth, Givenchy
B | Laurent, VAX’IN FOR YOUTH products are based on the theory of hormesis. Tell us what it is. The term "hormesis" is used to refer to the general reaction of the skin to any external stimulus (toxins or any other stressors).
B | How can stress keep skin young? Stress doesn't help protect skin from aging, microstress does. Microstress is a kind of mini-competition for cells, which teaches them to withstand the big stress in the future.
B | Is it possible to compare hormesis with Botox in terms of the effect on the skin (small doses are useful, but large ones are not)?Botox is a poison, and hormesis is a new category of natural and synthetic molecular compounds. Hormesis helps to slow down aging and improve the quality of life, while Botox is neurotoxic in nature and can adversely affect the body.
B | Won't regular use of the product cause the cells to be under constant stress? The serum contains a unique complex that mimics the effects of microstress on skin cells, but it does not have the harmful effects that real stress can cause.
B | How does VAX'IN FOR YOUTH work with other products? The vaccine can be used before any other skin care product. It slows down the aging process and keeps the skin youthful. The serum will also multiply the benefits of the products you apply to your skin afterwards.
B | Do VAX'IN FOR YOUTH Serum, Lotion and Eye Cream replace other Givenchy anti-aging products or is it just an addition to them? Vax'in for Youth line does not replace other anti-aging products, it actually slows down the aging process. Therefore, it is best to combine Vax'in for Youth with other care products aimed at solving specific skin problems (correction of wrinkles, restoration of elasticity, etc.).
This year, Givenchy Serum has two new companions: the Vaccine of Youth Eye Serum and the youthful skin lotion. A special complex triggers the phenomenon of hormesis in the skin, which causes cells to produce their own protein.