Repairs yesterday’s damage and gives your skin a second chance

Eryfotona AK-NMSC Fluid

What is actinic keratosis?

Sun exposure harms the cell’s DNA. This damage builds up over the years and leads to actinic damage. It can take a less severe form with just wrinkles and dark spots or a more severe form with scaly growths and itching, called actinic keratosis (AK) or non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC).

Experts estimate that, for each visible actinic keratosis, there are up to 10 subclinical lesions in the neighbouring area which aren’t yet visible, making up what is known as the cancerization field.

The skin may look normal, but the sun has caused changes on the inside that will most probably end up turning into new actinic keratoses.

If you have had any actinic keratoses removed, it is very important to treat the whole subclinical cancerization field to prevent new lesions from appearing.

Repairs DNA

The sun affects cells and damages their DNA. Healthy individuals are only able to repair the 45% of this damage naturally.

Eryfotona contains DNA Repairsomes (photolyase encapsulated in liposomes) which repair another 45% of the damage your body can’t deal with on its own, thus doubling your skin’s ability to repair itself.

Cuts reappearance of lesions in half

Creates a protective film over the skin (UVB 109, UVA 39) that protects against new lesions.

For instance, in people who have been treated for actinic keratoses (AK), Eryfotona has been proved to reduce the chances of relapse by half after six months.

Visible results after 3 months of treatment

Eryfotona AK-NMSC Baseline

Baseline

Eryfotona AK-NMSC Tratamiento

3 months of treatment

Eryfotona AK-NMSC 1 año tratamiento

1 year of treatment

“When I was young I spent hours and hours out under the sun and never wore any protection. Now with Eryfotona I know it’s not too late to give my skin a second chance.”

- Florencio R .

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