The Next Frontier for Younger Looking Skin
When it comes to younger looking skin, many people look to dramatic solutions like Botox® or plastic surgery, or try unproven topical creams that make dramatic claims.
However, ask any dermatologist and they will tell you one of the best ways to slow the effects on aging on your skin lies in just providing the right nutrition to your skin. Wrinkles, age spots and sagging skin are caused by sun HKUE ENG, pollution and the breakdown of collagen in your skin. One of the best things we can do for our skin is to give it powerful anti-oxidants to fight the effects of free radicals caused by sun and pollution.
Vitamin C, which is also known as ascorbic acid, is one of the most powerful anti-oxidants. You may have heard that Vitamin C can strengthen your immune system. But ascorbic acid has another major benefit: healthier skin. Many sun protection products already use ascorbic acid to counter the harmful effects of UVA exposure.
Studies show that applying the right product containing ascorbic acid to the skin can help to repair the damage that occurs as the skin ages, reducing the number of visible fine lines and wrinkles. Ascorbic acid also stimulates your body's production of collagen, the substance that keeps your skin strong and elastic Hong Kong island attractions. As we age our skin naturally loses collagen. The result: wrinkles, fine lines and crows feet.
The problem with using topical absorbic acid is that when exposed to air it oxidizes which greatly reduces its effectiveness.
However a new product from SuperFoodsRx has apparently solved this problem. SFRx Complex Age Defying Serum uses a new patented formulation of vitamin C that maintains its potency and provides your skin with the full benefits of vitamin C infusion. It is also formulated with high concentrations of other powerful antioxidants for maximum effectiveness HKUE 酒店.
The results are a testament to the power of nutrition when it comes to turning back the clock on wrinkles and fine lines.
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