Tips To Younger Looking Skin

Many people think that having younger looking skin is high maintenance. When your skin is exposed to the sun, the anti aging process accelerates. That is because UV rays tend to attack collagen on the dermis layer of the skin. Let me point out to you the three main causes of aging skin.

- Damage due to free radicals.

- Decreased production of elastin, collagen, and skin cells.

- Decline of hyaluronic acid level.

1. Antioxidants

2. Restoring Protein

Functional Keratin is formulated so it can be readily absorbed by the skin and helping you to look more than 10 years younger.

3. Raising Hyaluronic Acid Level

Hyaluronic acid functions like glue that bonds your skin to make it firm. As you age its level declines creating undesirable skin conditions such as skin sagging and wrinkles.

One of the attributes of anthocyanins is that they repair fine lines and wrinkles in the skin, stimulate collagen production and restore the skins elasticity.

Omega-3 fats are another aspect of food that helps provide great looking skin. Omega-3 fats improve rough, dry skin, restoring the lipid balance. There are natural fats in the skin that must be replenished to keep the satin look to the skin.

Tomatoes, another skin enriching food, contains lycopene, a powerful nutrient that has been shown in studies to reduce skin cell damage and redness, particularly to sun exposure. Eating lycopene rich tomatoes and tomato products supports healthy glowing skincare, particularly when the tomato is cooked.

Sunflower seeds with their excellent source of Vitamin E is great for preventing and repairing free radical damage in the skin. Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin which applied to the topically, can provide powerful restorative qualities to the skin, gently providing the building blocks for nourishing and repairing the skin.