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5 Foods for Younger Looking Skin 500 333 Facercise

5 Foods for Younger Looking Skin

face exercisesOne of the best ways to enhance the results of face exercises is with a diet rich in antioxidants and healthy fats. As we age, collagen production decreases and environmental stressors like free radicals take their toll. However, if you eat a healthy diet, you can boost collagen production and combat the damage free radicals can inflict. Read on for a list of foods that will take your anti-aging regimen to the next level.

1. Kiwi

Kiwi is one of the most vitamin-C rich foods on the planet, which makes it essential to an anti-aging diet. Vitamin C is critical for collagen production, which provides our skin’s support structure and keeps it firm and supple. When oxygen makes contact with vitamin C, it can cause it to leak from the food it’s found in. Kiwi’s furry skin locks in and stores vitamin C better than other fruits. Kiwi also contains fiber, vitamin E and antioxidants that rejuvenate your skin.

2. Seafood Containing Omega-S Fatty Acids

Fish like salmon, tuna, mackerel and sardines are all excellent anti-aging foods. They have high levels of omega-3 fatty acids, which fills us up, boosts our moods and hydrates our skin from the inside out. They also impart a healthy, youthful glow and plump up our skin, which decreases the appearance of wrinkles. These types of fish are also excellent sources of selenium, which helps protect against sun damage, hyperpigmentation and even skin cancer.

3. Walnuts

Walnuts are one of the most potent weapons against aging. They are packed with omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants. Walnuts are an excellent source of copper, which promotes collagen production. They are also loaded with zinc, which aids cellular function and repair.

4. Almonds

Like walnuts, almonds are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids. They are also one of the best sources of vitamin E, which has potent antioxidant and wrinkle-fighting properties. Almonds also contain protein, which boosts collagen and elastin.

5. Dark Chocolate

It’s true–dark chocolate helps fight the signs of aging. It’s loaded with antioxidant flavonoids, a group of phytochemicals with powerful anti-inflammatory properties. One of the flavonoids that dark chocolate contains is Quercetin, which plays an important role in the war against free radical damage. The dark version is your best anti-aging choice because it contains less sugar than other types of chocolate.

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4 Ways to Boost Collagen 500 333 Facercise

4 Ways to Boost Collagen

facial exercisesOne of the great benefits of facial exercises is that they boost collagen production. Collagen is an insoluble, fibrous protein found in our skin, muscles, bones and tendons. It’s the most abundant protein in our bodies and provides elasticity, structural support and cellular regeneration. Collagen literally holds the body together like a glue.

As we age, collagen production slows down. This results in sagging skin, wrinkles and the breakdown of cartilage in your joints. The good news is, there are ways to boost collagen production that result in firmer, smoother skin, healthier joints, stronger teeth and nails, and a reduction in cellulite and stretch marks.

Here are four excellent ways to boost collagen production and improve your overall health.

1. Boost Vitamin C Consumption

Vitamin C is renowned for boosting immunity, but it is also essential to the formation of skin cells. Studies conducted by Tulane University found that it increases collagen production and many other studies show that individuals who consume high quantities of vitamin C develop fewer wrinkles than those who don’t. Apply it topically with Vitamin C Complex Serum and eat vitamin C-rich produce such as oranges, lemons, tomatoes, red peppers, berries, kiwi and green leafy vegetables. You can also take a daily supplement, such as Ester-C, which is a gentler version.

2. Eat More Amino Acids and Lean Protein

Eggs, poultry and fish are excellent sources of both amino acids and lean protein that boost collagen production. Other good sources include bone broth and collagen powders.

3. Protect Your Skin From the Sun

The sun’s damaging rays show up as photodamage while depleting collagen under the surface. The result is unsightly, long-term damage that is difficult to repair. Wear sunscreen religiously every time you step outside—even if you’re just running to the store for five minutes. Apply it to your face, neck, hands, décolletage and anywhere else you want to have nice skin. In addition, eat foods that are rich in lycopene, which acts as a natural sunblock. Good lycopene sources include watermelon, tomatoes, papaya, grapefruit, beets and bell peppers.

4. Do Your Daily Facial Exercises

Facercising on a daily basis improves circulation and collagen production. It also prevents muscle atrophy, which results in sagging skin, fine lines and wrinkles.

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5 Reasons You Need Sunblock 500 333 Facercise

5 Reasons You Need Sunblock

sumblockWe’re always surprised when clients who practice Facercise daily ask if they need to wear sunblock. Your skin is your largest organ, so it needs the most protection. If you don’t wear it every single day, believe me, you will regret it! Applying sunblock every day is essential for both anti-aging and protecting your overall health. My Protective Sunblock SPF 30 is one of my best-sellers because it provides grease-free, long-lasting protection.

Read on for five reasons to make proper skin protection a priority.

1.  Sunblock Protects Against Dangerous UV Rays

The ozone layer is depleting—this means you need powerful protection from harmful rays and sunburn. We’ve all been there—red skin that feels hot and painful to the touch and sometimes even blisters and peels. No bueno! While the immediate suffering fades away in a few days, the sun damage can be permanent and plays a role in those fine lines and wrinkles we’re all trying to avoid. Don’t risk it for a second—wear sunscreen every single day, rain or shine.

2. Skin Cancer is on The Rise

Even with all the information out there about the sun’s harmful rays, more and more cases of skin cancer are reported each year. Wearing sunscreen reduces your risk of this potentially deadly disease.

3. Sunblock Combats Discoloration

Many skin conditions, such as hyperpigmentation and age spots, are a direct result of sun exposure. The sun can also exacerbate melasma, rosacea and overall sensitivity.

4. It Slows Down Wrinkling and Premature Aging

Research shows that regular use of sunblock protects against photoaging, which includes wrinkling and loss of elasticity caused by exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet radiation.

5. Sunblock Reduces the Appearance of Veins and Redness

The sun’s dangerous ultraviolet rays destroy the collagen that surrounds the tiny veins and capillaries in facial skin, resulting in greater visibility. The appearance of those red veins, blotchiness and redness grows more pronounced with repeated sun exposure.

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The Magic of Ultra Hyaluronic Cream 500 333 Facercise

The Magic of Ultra Hyaluronic Cream

hyaluronic acidHyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring carbohydrate molecule that helps keep skin, tissue and joints moisturized. It has a tremendous capacity for retaining large volumes of water on the skin and provides cellular structure. Over the past decade, countless dermatologists and researchers have deemed it “the key molecule involved in skin moisture.”

As a result, multitudes of serums and creams have been introduced into the marketplace featuring this essential ingredient. Our Ultra Hyaluronic Cream is one of our best sellers because it contains ingredients that, when combined with hyaluronic acid, have been shown to increase skin moisture by 300%. My clients call it “magic in a jar.”

Read on to discover the magic of this incredible molecule.

Hyaluronic Acid Boosts Collagen

Hyaluronic acid boosts collagen synthesis. Collagen is a protein that is critical for maintaining skin’s elasticity, flexibility and firmness. It gives shape, structure and integrity to the skin, as well as tissue, muscles, bones, tendons and important organs. While it is the most abundant protein in our body, it decreases as we age. When this molecule is added in a form that is easily absorbed into your skin, like our Ultra Hyaluronic Cream, it promotes supple, elastic skin.

Unrivaled Moisture

The hydration that this molecule provides is intense—clients report dewy, glowing skin with improved texture. It delivers lasting moisture and rehydrates the damage done by the sun and other elements, as well as the hormone replacement treatments that can make skin look older and drier. It reduces dryness and flakiness to make skin appear smoother and more youthful.

Hyaluronic Acid Helps Reduce Wrinkles

Wrinkles are caused by the normal aging process as well as damage from the sun and free radicals. Hyaluronic acid provides moisture and increases skin volume, which plumps up wrinkles and reduces their appearance. The moisture and improved elasticity this miracle molecule provides decreases the depth of wrinkles significantly with consistent use. Clients even report a reduction in the bags under their eyes.

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