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Anti-Ageing Skin Care

The skin has numerous roles such as vitamin D synthesis, body temperature regulation, protects from external threats, protects internal organs and allows sensations like touch, pain, pressure, heat and cold. Collagen and elastin are proteins, which give the skin strength, flexibility and texture. Collagen gives the skin its tautness, softness, resiliency and suppleness. Elastin acts like… Read more

The skin has numerous roles such as vitamin D synthesis, body temperature regulation, protects from external threats, protects internal organs and allows sensations like touch, pain, pressure, heat and cold. Collagen and elastin are proteins, which give the skin strength, flexibility and texture. Collagen gives the skin its tautness, softness, resiliency and suppleness. Elastin acts like a spring, allowing the skin to bounce back if it is pulled and it also keeps the skin tight and flexible.

Ageing can be explained by the free radical theory. Free radicals are created by normal body processes and by external factors including sunlight, cigarette smoke and air pollution. Free radicals are highly unstable and reactive molecules that stabilise themselves by stealing electrons from healthy molecules and in the process damage healthy cells.

Antioxidants are free radical fighters and protect the body against their harmful damage. It’s extremely difficult to get adequate amounts of antioxidants from the diet to combat the constant bombardment from free radicals. Taking a range of antioxidants can reduce the malicious damage of free radicals.

 

Skin saving supplements:

  • Demineralised fish proteins – helps reduce fine wrinkles and may help to reduce coarse wrinkles, helps protect from premature aging caused by UV exposure, helps to minimise rough skin, enhances skin elasticity and thickness and helps protect against the breakdown of collagen.
  • Vitamin C – involved in the production of collagen and elastin, maintains skins strength, antioxidant.
  • Grape seed – antioxidant which may help strengthen collagen.
  • Vitamin E – antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.

 

 

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The skin has numerous roles such as vitamin D synthesis, body temperature regulation, protects from external threats, protects internal organs an… Read more

The skin has numerous roles such as vitamin D synthesis, body temperature regulation, protects from external threats, protects internal organs and allows sensations like touch, pain, pressure, heat and cold. Collagen and elastin are proteins, which give the skin strength, flexibility and texture. Collagen gives the skin its tautness, softness, resiliency and suppleness. Elastin acts like a spring, allowing the skin to bounce back if it is pulled and it also keeps the skin tight and flexible.

Ageing can be explained by the free radical theory. Free radicals are created by normal body processes and by external factors including sunlight, cigarette smoke and air pollution. Free radicals are highly unstable and reactive molecules that stabilise themselves by stealing electrons from healthy molecules and in the process damage healthy cells.

Antioxidants are free radical fighters and protect the body against their harmful damage. It’s extremely difficult to get adequate amounts of antioxidants from the diet to combat the constant bombardment from free radicals. Taking a range of antioxidants can reduce the malicious damage of free radicals.

 

Skin saving supplements:

  • Demineralised fish proteins – helps reduce fine wrinkles and may help to reduce coarse wrinkles, helps protect from premature aging caused by UV exposure, helps to minimise rough skin, enhances skin elasticity and thickness and helps protect against the breakdown of collagen.
  • Vitamin C – involved in the production of collagen and elastin, maintains skins strength, antioxidant.
  • Grape seed – antioxidant which may help strengthen collagen.
  • Vitamin E – antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.

 

 

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