Ceramides play a central role in preserving healthy-looking skin. They are an important lipid component of the skin's membrane, where they provide protection from the elements and lock in moisture. The problem is that your body's production of ceramides declines with age.3 That's bad news, since ceramides make up 35-40% of the binding matrix that maintains moisture balance and protects the surface of your skin.
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