It is a very well-known fact that the skin is unknowingly affected by environmental pollution and various factors around our lifestyle. When you are young, body metabolism circulates without a problem and the amount of sebum accumulated is not that much. When exactly will all these factors affect skin aging? Well, from the mid-20s, collagen in the skin loses its ability to grow naturally, and it can be the beginning of dry skin texture. But it can vary from person to person. What we can do is that even if we can't stop it at all, we can slow down aging. The biggest reason that causes aging is the accumulation of free radicals, which can reduce skin elasticity and cause trouble. Free radicals are unstable molecules that damage skin cells, responsible for breaking down our skin's collagen, resulting in unflattering skin blemishes like wrinkling, dark spots, fine lines and loose, saggy skin. Also, free radicals can break down the proteins in the skin, such as collagen fibers. How can we prevent the production of free radical?It is antioxidants that can prevent this unpleasant circulation. Applying antioxidants onto out skin can help boost the body's antioxidant-generating capacity, or directly help to neutralize free radicals that can slow down the production of free radicals. And the seaweed acts as an antioxidant while gently permeating our skin without any special side effects. They contain many antioxidants in the form of certain vitamins A, C, and E working as protective pigments.