Skin Care Is Not a Trend; It’s a Timeless Classic

Trends. Whether we like it or not, trends do impact just about every aspect of our lives — and the lifecycle of a trend (Introduction, Increase, Peak, Decline, and Obsolescence) shortened in duration as we all settled into a digital world. The good news is that as we age, we get instinctively better with determining what is a trend and what we really need to pay attention to. And, taking care of your skin is timeless — it’s classic, it is imperative, and it is not a trend.  

While skin health has always been an important piece of our overall health, the science behind how we best achieve that is ever evolving — and the scientists at Timeline are leading the way. Let’s have a little fun and put an AGEIST spin on the current GRWM (get ready with me) trend. 

#SAWM (SuperAge With Me)

At AGEIST, we are about education and the cutting-edge science behind healthy aging solutions — and we believe the science behind Timeline is rigorous. The entire skin health line is powered by Mitopure. Mitopure is the first and only longevity compound clinically proven to re-energize skin cells, by renewing their energy factories, and help them fight intrinsic (biological) and extrinsic (environmental) aging factors. What does that concretely mean? For one, it helps improve collagen assembly and production that usually slows down with aging. Next, it also reduces photodamage caused by UVB and visibly minimizes wrinkles and fine lines in as little as two weeks. Mitopure is 100% safe and non-irritating, unlike other well-known ingredients. The result: healthy, youthful-looking skin for the long run. 

All Timeline formulations contain the same concentration of Mitopure, in addition to offering specific, unique benefits.

The Day Cream helps re-densify skin and return volume with enhanced elasticity and smoothness. 

The Serum delivers an instant tightening and lifting feeling and boosts skin hydration, binding water and preserving moisture. 

The Night Cream supports the skin regeneration process, promoting natural exfoliation for increased cell turnover. 

While the product names are quite simple, the work they do is not. This is good news, as skin is our largest organ and plays a key role in our health. Preserving and enhancing its function is critical to SuperAging. 

The Job: Protect and Defend

The skin serves several functions. Two of the most important are to protect and defend against our environment. 

  • As a protective barrier, skin shields the body from environmental pollutants and harmful microorganisms. Our epidermis prevents the entry of bacteria and viruses. 
  • As an immune defense, our skin is a key component of the body’s natural immune system. Our skin cells can help identify and protect against pathogens and infections. 

Our skin is the body’s first line of defense, so investing in your skin goes way beyond beauty. Ideally, one would not wait until symptoms arise (adult acne, dry or flaky skin, irritation, rough patches or stinging when skincare products are applied) to step up the skincare routine. And we must not skip the OG pillars of skincare:  drinking plenty of water and using a broad spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30.

Long before the GRWM video trend, many of us can recall watching our mother or grandmother get ready for bed. This routine often included sponge hair rollers, a pretty thick nighttime moisturizer, and a glass of water (well, maybe this was really vodka as there might have been a cigarette involved…). It’s a good thing that science has helped us make some better decisions over the years. Timeline has a special discount for our readers (making it even easier to SAWM). Use code “AGEIST” at checkout and receive 10% off their products.

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