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DRPW skin is Dry, Resistant, Pigmented and Wrinkle-Prone
What Are DRPW’s Barriers To Skin Health?

•    Dehydration – An impaired barrier makes DRPW skin less able to retain water and protect against irritants and allergens 
•    Pigmentation – DRPW skin types are more prone to pigmentation issues such as sun spots, melasma, and uneven skin tone
•    Advanced aging – Lifestyle habits such as spending time in the sun without sunscreen make your skin more prone to wrinkles and skin cancer.

Product Advice for DRPW’s
DRPW has 3 barriers to skin health:
     - Dehydration
- Click here to learn more about Dehydration
     - Pigmentation
- Click here to learn more about Pigmentation
Cl - Lifestyle factors that increase aging or age 30+
- Click here to learn more about Skin Aging
     - Cleanser- Avoid foaming cleansers
     - Moisturizer- Use barrier repair moisturizers with MLE technology or ceramides, fatty acids and cholesterol.
     - Treatment products- Use skin lightening ingredients but take a one month holiday from them every 3-4 months
     - Anti-aging Products- Use products with one or more of the following: antioxidants, retinoids, sunscreen, growth factors, heparin sulfate and defensin containing products.
Use the proper products every day to change your DRPW skin type to the ideal skin type, ORNT.


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