“Natural Skin Care” seems to be quite a buzzword lately, and with good reason – many natural skin care ingredients actually outperform their man-made counterparts. As with any other natural beauty product, unfortunately the adage “you get what you pay for” applies almost two-fold here.
Selenium – New research shows this mineral is necessary to the antioxidant known as glutathione peroxidase, which helps protect the body from cancers, including skin cancer caused by sun exposure. The best dietary sources of selenium include whole grain cereals, seafood, garlic and eggs. Oral doses are effective in daily supplements of 50 to 200 micrograms.
Antioxidants protect the capillaries in skin and thus ensure that enough nutrients get to the living cells that eventually push their way to the surface and become the skin you see in the mirror. They also protect from broken veins and early wrinkling. Capillaries also deliver oxygen to the cells, and remove the waste products of cellular metabolism. This prevents puffy, sagging, and dull skin.
Anti-aging skin care supplements give your body and skin the ability to turn back the clocks of time and help to reduce the future effects of aging. Advancements in anti-aging skin care supplements have given us solutions which are painless, unintrusive, and 100% natural. Anti-aging supplements will literally help heal your body from the inside out. These supplements for your skin will not only make you look better, but feel better also.
Most beauty supplement, contain a combination of sea marine extract such as seaweed and algae extracts, good vitamins such as vitamins A,C,E, nutritious ingredients such as soy, fruits and vegetables extracts, and antioxidant properties such as grape seed, green tea and other herbal ingredients. There are also some which contain traditional herbs such as aloe vera, ginkgo, ginseng, Chinese angelica, horsetail and pearl powder.
Sadly, humans are born with an ample supply of L-Carnosine. However, with age, the body’s stores are slowly depleted. Your personal supply will naturally be depleted by over 60% by the age of 70. Thus, a supplement is required to provide an extra boost, especially with photoaging. Taken internally, the dose will help heighten your body’s ability to heal and promote new cell growth.
Some of the best anti-aging skin care products should be derive from natural ingredients and extracts. It may be wise to visit a specialty store to purchase these products and speak with a trained person who knows about the use of the product. Not everyone is looking for the same results. Our age and type of skin should be a determining factor to our product purchase.
Bioflavonoids have a variety of benefits for our bodies and skin. Studies show that bioflavonoids stop or slow the growth of malignant cells. Vitamin P also acts as a natural antibiotic for our bodies, ridding of infection and fighting off illness and viruses. The bacteria fighting properties in bioflavonoids destroy bacteria found in our foods, so it protects us against food spoilage and food poisoning.
CoEnzyme Q 10, the highly hyped natural cell enzyme that many companies are synthesizing for use in their anti aging skin care products has been shown to be quite effective in recent years in prompting your body to produce more collagen and elastin and in fighting free radicals. Vitamin C and Green Tea are other anti-oxidant sources that have proven in recent years to be very effective – Vitamin C treatment being one of my favorite and most carefully applied weekly products.
Source by Macgrath