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Skin Care Tips — Facial Serums

Reduce Wrinkles With Hyaluronic Acid

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Reduce Wrinkles With Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic Acid is when applied topically it’s able to penetrate the skin’s upper layers.  Using a serum or cream with hyaluronic will improve skin’s hydration and elasticity. Hyaluronic acid helps plump aging skin, because it can attract and retain  to 1,000 times its weight in water.  When using a hyaluronic serum always follow with a moisturizer for a more beautiful healthy-looking radiant skin. Overtime the moisturizing, hydrating and anti-inflammatory properties of hyaluronic acid helps heal dry inflamed skin.  A study conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of topical hyaluronic acid formulas in treating wrinkles, skin hydration, and skin elasticity in humans, using...

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How Another Reason to Eat Dark Chocolate Can Help You Live a Better Life

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How Another Reason to Eat Dark Chocolate Can Help You Live a Better Life

  Dietary Assistance from one group of natural plant products  —  Polyphenols POLYPHENOLS REPAIR UV-INDUCED DNA DAMAGE, they  act  as protective agents against the adverse effects of UV harmful rays Numerous Studies are being conducted to show the association between diet and disease.   According to Medicine National Institutes of Health, individuals can modify their dietary habits and lifestyle in combination with a careful use of skin care products to prevent UVB-mediated skin damage..   Food Sources For Polyphenols  Polyphenols food sources include green tea, pomegranate fruit extract, grape seed, resveratrol, Dark Chocolate, coffee and spices.  You now have a great...

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Retinols - Anti-aging Derivatives Of Vitamin A

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Retinols  -  Anti-aging Derivatives Of Vitamin A

Powerhouse Derivatives of Vitamin A Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that has several important functions in the body.  In this case I’m only addressing the way it helps cells reproduce using retinoids.   The term "retinoids" refers to vitamin A and the various molecules derived from vitamin A. You may be familiar with the non prescription ingredient, retinol . Using a topical retinol skin care product daily will lead to visible improvement in fine wrinkling, smoothness, and hyperpigmened  sun damage skin. Biochemically retinol achieve the same goal.   Retin A and Tretinoin are examples of  prescription based retinolds.  According to the medical community... "while retinoids...

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Epidermal Growth Factors To Help Repair Sun Damage Skin

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Epidermal Growth Factors To Help Repair Sun Damage Skin

Growth Factors  -    They play a role in cell division, new cell and blood vessels development.  Also, collagen and elastin production.  Helps skin tissue healing and growth.    Growth factors has been part of the skin care industry since the early 1990s Research has shown that topical growth factors, particularly epidermal growth factor (EGF) have the potential to increase collagen production and improve wound-healing, among other improvements.  EGF works by attracting cells to a wound site to begin the repair process to heal the skin.  Growth factors also help rebuild the skin reducing the signs of aging.   The use of growth...

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Rhonda Allison MVC Nutritional Serum - A synergy approach to slow down aging

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Rhonda Allison MVC Nutritional Serum  -  A synergy approach to slow down aging

Invest In Your Future Skin.....  Add Rhonda Allison MVC Serum to your home care routine. Your skin reacts to environmental damage long before you see the visible results.  Dark spots or fine lines & wrinkles around your eyes should not be the signal for you to start taking care of your skin.  If you enjoy outdoor activity, you are exposing your skin to free radicals caused by UV radiation.  Even when you do protect your skin with sunscreen, a small percentage of free radical creation will occur.  Your tan is your skin response to the UV damaged.  The tan is...

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