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Protect Yourself From Environmental Aging

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Fighting Unnatural Hazard with Natural Ingredients

You might have already understood that the only way to prevent environmental aging is to find a way to control the balance of free radicals in your body. And you can do so with natural antioxidants.

Antioxidants are elements that can neutralize free radicals, minimizing their impact on your skin. Going back to our metaphors, the antioxidant is a parent that calms down an anxious kid before he enters the pediatrician’s waiting room.

Antioxidants’ power and benefits have already become an ultimate meme in the cosmetic, food, and wellness industries. Marketers worldwide use this magical trigger word as the main attraction for consumers, promoting “innovative” and sometimes overpriced products.

However, the most potent and efficient antioxidants are all-natural ingredients. Vitamins A, C, and E are your ultimate weapons against free radicals. You can easily find them in fruits, vegetables, and berries.  Enriching your diet with those products will help you protect your body from many environmental hazards.

However, once we talk about skincare, let us discuss the power of antioxidants and their application in natural cosmetic products.

Antioxidants and Natural Skincare Products

Vitamin C

One of the most controversial vitamins known to humankind, it is still the most potent antioxidant that helps prevent premature aging and even reverse the process. Except for being a powerful antioxidant, Vitamin C is also an ultimate collagen booster, which makes it the #1 natural component in anti-age cosmetics.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is another popular vitamin that is a powerful antioxidant. However, unlike many other neutralizers of free radicals, Vitamin E is efficient for your skin through topical use only. It means that although vegetables, seeds, and meat are rich in vitamin E, their consumption will not help you prevent premature aging: you will have to address the cosmetic market. Skincare knows two types of Vitamin E: alpha-tocopherol (alcohol-based) and alpha-tocopherol acetate. However, only alcohol-based element penetrates your skin quickly, granting the most significant effect.

Green Tea

It is one of the most multipurpose antioxidants you may find in skincare today. First, it is particularly efficient for repairing cell damage and reducing wrinkles. Second, its ability to tame free radicals also has a powerful anti-inflammatory effect. It almost instantly reduces sun damage.

Grape Seed

Grapeseed, extracted from Vitis vinifera, is particularly strong in proanthocyanidins, powerful antioxidants that outperform even the lauded Vitamin C and Vitamin E.

Coffee Berry

It’s one of those skincare ingredients that can help you not only protect your skin from free radicals but also reduce the outward indications of aging. Coffee berry minimizes wrinkles and significantly improves skin suppleness by stimulating collagen synthesis.

Those are the most sought-after natural ingredients you may find in anti-age products today. However, make sure to consult your skincare professional once you decide to take control over environmental aging and introduce antioxidants into your routine. A professional will know the exact proportion and combination of antioxidants that will most benefit your skin.

Don’t forget to take a moment for self today!

Richard

from Team Endulge Me

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