Antioxidants. Just about everyone has heard of them, but what do they do for your skin?

Antioxidants. It’s one of the buzz words of the health industry. That doesn’t mean that antioxidants are bad, just that everyone is talking about them. But lets examine the role of antioxidants in great skin care.

To understand antioxidants you need to understand free radicals. Free radicals are atoms missing an electron. The buzz around your body looking to replace their lost electron, doing damage in the process. And free radicals in your skin damage your skin cells and accelerating the process of skin aging.

And you get free radicals everywhere. Your body produces free radicals, and you get them in your food. So if free radicals damage your skin you need to combat them.

Antioxidants combat free radicals. An antioxidant gives up a free electron to a free radical, thereby neutralizing the effect of the free radical. And the antioxidant itself does not become a free radical because they are able to lose an electron without becoming unstable.

Where do you get antioxidants? From a good diet. A diet rich in fresh fruit and vegetables will be much higher in antioxidants than a diet rich in pizza, burgers and beer. So good diet is important.

But if you’re interested in serious skin care you need more than a good diet, although a good diet is a fine place to start. But to supplement the antioxidants you get through your diet you can get extremely effective antioxidant skin care products.

But there are anti oxidants, and there are anti oxidants. Simple Vitamin C is one. There’s lots more. But not all anti oxidants are created equal.

Many skin care products contain antioxidants that neutralize free radicals one by one. The cheaper anti oxidants do this, and many big brand name skincare and anti-aging products contain cheap anti oxidants. But they’re there, so they can put it on the label, and the product sells.

But the best skin care products contain much more expensive antioxidants, which neutralize millions of free radicals in one go. So they work dramatically better.

It’s an ingredient called Xtend┬áTK, and it works extremely well. Trials show visible improvements in the skin within a month.

And of course good skin care isn’t just about anti oxidants and free radicals, it’s about way more than that. The best skin care products contain a whole host of ingredients all designed to work together in synergy, producing the best result.

So that’s a little about free radicals and antioxidants. Remember, not all anti oxidants are created equal. It’s not good enough just to see them listed on the label of that night cream or moisturizer or day cream or whatever other skincare product you’re buying.

You need to find out a little more about the antioxidants used.

Written by - Natural Skin Health

Confusing isn’t it. Everyone interested in serious skin care seems to know what Coenzyme Q10 is. What about Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10?

Coenzyme Q10 seems to have entered out skin care language. Lots of those little bottles of big brand name skincare products you see on the shelves seem to have Coenzyme Q10 listed on the label.

Why? To sell lots of the product of course, because everyone seems to know that Coenzyme Q10 is good to find in skin care products.

And what is Co Q10. Well that’s just another buzz word for Coenzyme Q10.

Is it good? And why? And is there something better?

Yes it’s good, (with reservations).

Coenzyme Q10 is a naturally occurring substance found in human cells. It is produced by the body, and you an also find it in some of our foods, particularly some meats and fish. It’s important in the energy production process, but that isn’t why it’s good for your skin, or skin care.

The reason it’s good for your skin is because it’s got lots of anti oxidants in it, and they help mop up those free radicals that damage your skin and accelerate the aging process.

And as we age we have more free radicals, and less Coenzyme Q10. So we need more of it, both for our general health, and our skin health to help fight those effects of aging like sagging and wrinkling of our skin.

But there’s 2 problems.

Problem 1. Coenzyme Q10 is expensive, so often you don’t find a lot of it in most bottles of antiaging products. Enough to put it on the label, but not enough to really do very much.

Problem 2. The Coenzyme Q10 used in big brand name skin care products isn’t effective in penetrating the skin, so most of it just sits on the surface, doing – not much at all.

Enter Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10. That’s a special form of Coenzyme Q10 that contains a mixture of Co Q10 and vitamin E, together with other ingredients, that is in a nano emulsion form. That sounds complicated but all it means is that the particles of Coenzyme Q10 are much much smaller, so they can get through your skin and do their work.

Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10, however , is even MORE expensive, so you don’t see it listed on the labels of your big brand name products on the shelves.

Where can you find skin care products with sufficient quantities of Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10 to really work?

In the skin care products of Xtend Life. The worlds best skin care products.

So yes, Coenzyme Q10 is good for your skin, but you won’t get a lot of it into your skin from mainstream big brand skin care products, even though it’s listed on the label. There’s a better option, products using Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10.

Written by - Natural Skin Health

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