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Top 5 Anti-Aging Vitamins

facial exercisesOne of the best ways to enhance the results of your facial exercises regimens is with antioxidants and vitamins. Get them into your diet, your skin care routine and even take supplements if you need to. Many antioxidants and vitamins can help reduce the effects of the sun and free radicals while preventing future damage. Read on to learn about some of these important nutrients.

1. Vitamin C

One of the most essential vitamins for skin and overall health is vitamin C. It boosts immunity, stimulates collagen production, helps protects against sun damage, brightens skin and decreases hyperpigmentation. Citrus fruits and vegetables are rich sources of vitamin C. Some excellent choices include oranges, lemons, limes, pineapples, pears, kiwi, strawberries, bell peppers, guava and broccoli. We need at least 100 mg per day.

2. Vitamin E

This popular vitamin is important because it acts as a barrier against dangerous enzymes and free radicals. Together with vitamin C, it can significantly fight damage from dangerous UV rays. Good sources include what germ, almonds, cashews, peanuts, avocados and sunflower seeds. Studies show that consumption of 400 mg per day reduces photodamage and the appearance of wrinkles.

3. Beta-Carotene

This is one of the most critical antioxidants for skin health. Beta-carotene converts into vitamin A in our systems, where it plays a major role in cellular repair and growth. It also helps protect the skin from both sun and free radical damage, while imparting a healthy, youthful glow. Some excellent sources include pumpkins, sweet potatoes, yams, winter squash, Swiss chard, carrots, broccoli, spinach, kale, tomatoes and cantaloupe.

4. Selenium

Studies have shown this mineral to help protect against various forms of cancer, including melanoma. Selenium is crucial for protein synthesis and promotes skin quality and elasticity. Like the other nutrients we listed, it also protects against sun and free radical damage. Selenium also boosts the effectiveness of vitamin E. Good sources include seafood, eggs, Brazil nuts, garlic, whole grains, chia seeds and wheat germ.

5. Omega-3 Fatty Acids

These healthy fats reduce inflammation and bolster the skin cell membrane found in the epidermis. This helps protect the skin and enables it to hold onto moisture longer, which improves texture. Excellent sources include avocados, eggs, walnuts, salmon, tuna, sardines and mackerel.

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Top 3 Vitamin C Sources

facial exercisesWhen it comes to brightening and promoting firmer, more resilient skin, vitamin C and facial exercises are unrivaled. Exposure to harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays, free radicals and pollutants, coupled with aging, decreases our skin’s vitamin C levels. This leads to fine lines, wrinkles, age spots and hyperpigmentation. The good news is, we can replenish our vitamin C levels by incorporating it into our diet and with topical application. Do both and you’ll be boost immunity, combat free radical damage and reverse some of the effects of aging over time.

Below are three excellent sources of vitamin C to work into your anti-aging skincare regimen. Combine them with a consistent routine of facial exercises and you will see excellent results in a matter of weeks, if not days.

1. Fruit

One of the best food groups to get your vitamin C from is fruit. Produce is exceptionally rich in vitamin C and easy to incorporate into your diet. While we typically reach for citrus when we think of vitamin C, such as oranges, grapefruit, limes and lemons, many other fruits have even higher levels of this potent nutrient. One eight-ounce serving of papaya contains 88.3 mg of vitamin C, while mango provides 122.3 mg. Kiwi is also loaded with vitamin C, with around 70 mg per medium-sized fruit, as well as potassium and copper. Strawberries and pineapple are also excellent sources.

2. Veggies

Surprisingly, some of the best sources of vitamin C are chili peppers! One cup of chopped chili peppers delivers 215 mg of vitamin C and boasts capsaicin, which has been shown to boost metabolism and yields significant anti-inflammatory properties. Both red and green bell peppers also deliver your RDA of vitamin C and more, while providing fiber to your diet. Other good vegetable sources include kale, cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels sprouts and spinach.

3. High Density C Serum

My antioxidant-rich High Density C Serum is the perfect topical agent for brightening your skin and increasing protection from harmful UV rays. This powerful serum reduces the appearance of hyperpigmentation and age spots while imparting a youthful-looking glow. Apply it to your face, neck, decolletage, hands, arms and legs.

Most people start seeing a difference in their skin after two to four weeks of increasing their vitamin C intake and using our High Density C Serum. Visit this link for more information about our proprietary system of facial exercises and incredible skincare products.

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5 Reasons to Use Retinol

facial exercisesBoth our Retinol Skin Conditioner and DNA Supernatural Vitamin A Serum are two of our best-selling antiaging skin care products. This makes sense since they are some of the most effective tools you can have in your anti-aging arsenal.

Retinol is a vitamin A derivative that can help us achieve the youthful looking skin we all seek. It’s a powerful antioxidant that combats free radical damage and rejuvenates the skin in a variety of ways.

Read on for five reasons to add retinol to your antiaging skin care regimen.

1. Retinol Stimulates Cell Turnover

Exfoliation is key for achieving radiant looking skin. Retinol helps eliminate those dead skin cells that make your skin look dull and cause breakouts, while paving the way for new cells to come through. The result is smoother looking and feeling skin that can better absorb the ingredients of your other skin care products.

2. Retinol Boosts Collagen and Elastin Production

Collagen and elastin are critical proteins that keep your skin firm and elastic—and therefore free of wrinkles and sagging. In addition, these important elements are what drives the skin’s healing process. Production of collagen and elastin peaks in early adulthood, which is why we need to eat foods and use products that enhance their stimulation as we age.

3. Retinol Diminishes Discoloration

Studies show that retinol can be very effective in evening out skin tone and fading dark spots and hyperpigmentation. The exfoliation it provides helps remove discolored cells.

4. Retinol Helps Clear Acne

Retinol can help treat moderate to severe acne by unclogging pores and eliminating the bacteria that causes acne breakouts.

5. Retinol Diminishes Wrinkles

Retinol works to rejuvenate cells and smooth the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Research shows that it can also help repair sun damage with extensive use.

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