The skin and the power of antioxidants
We know that you want to look great and feel happy with your face, for this you must take care of your skin, not only by applying the products we have created for it but also incorporating necessary elements into your daily diet.
The skin is the largest organ in the body, it deserves special care as well as all other organs that have us alive and healthy, to take care of it it is important to include marine antioxidants in the diet as external applications.
What is an antioxidant?
It is a substance that reduces oxidation of the skin and is found in different elements, either of food or vitamins. Its main function is to positively impact and reduce the signs of aging.
There is a wide variety of products and foods that contain factors that reduce oxidation in the skin, however, some are more effective than others and those who are sharing with you in this position.
Antioxidants have great power
The power to reduce the signs of the passage of time, according to important studies, antioxidants are the best anti-wrinkles that can exist. And if you feel good, you also want to show a better appearance around your eyes.
In BrightGlance we take care of your skin looking young, bright and with the elasticity necessary to send better, so we incorporate antioxidants in some of our products.
Who are these antioxidants?
Let's start with the most popular and effective of all, Vitamin E (often listed as tocopherol or tocotrienols), you can obtain it naturally and synthetically, certified research that in both forms is equally effective, incorporated in sunscreen, in moisturizers and in our products, especially in our Smart Bright wrinkle cream.
If you combine Vitamin E with Vitamin C the results will be more visible, Vitamin C is known as (ascorbic acid, tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate and several other names), it is also able to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, opacity and tone uneven skin It is soluble in water and considers the star of antioxidants, as it is obtained naturally in various foods for daily consumption such as lemon, orange, paprika or tomato. When it is synthetically incorporated into creams and combined specifically with Vitamin E, it quickly returns the elasticity, clarity and natural shine of the face and reduces the impact of harmful elements that are achieved in the environment.
Another powerful antioxidant is Retinol, a technical name for Vitamin A, it has a wide reputation because its powers to reduce wrinkles on the skin are quite broad, it is also a restorative, which allows to recover the skin even when I have had of non-superficial damage, smoothing of the appearance of the red areas that many people perceive as surface imperfections.
Antioxidants in food
In addition to those already identified as Vitamin C found in a wide range of foods we can also count on Resveratrol, this element can be found in red grapes, red wine, nuts and fruits such as blueberries. Applied topically it protects the surface of the skin creating a layer that does not allow harmful elements of the environment to penetrate it. It has soothing properties which will make your face look less tired and with complexion. Consuming it in the daily diet accelerates the process of skin recovery.
Green tea par excellence is one of the best antioxidants that can be incorporated into the daily diet, incorporating a cup once a day can help you reduce the signs of old age, you can also apply it directly cold on the face to feel Mayor freshness.
You can also help and enhance the use of creams with meals, in various foods find:
- Beta carotene: oranges, carrots, mangoes, squash, broccoli, sweet potatoes and zucchini.
- Lutein: present in green leafy vegetables.
- Lycopene: pink grapefruit, watermelon and tomatoes.
- Selenium: cereals, legumes, fish, whole wheat bread and nuts.
Balance and combine different antioxidants in their different forms to enhance the results of your skin care, not only on your face but also on the neck, arms, hands, legs and abdomen. Our best advice is to take care of yourself.