How great would it be if we could all stay young? Well, what if I told you it was possible? Science says you can! If you get the right nutrients, it’s possible to fight signs of premature aging. In today’s video, let’s talk about 10 ingredients to fight skin aging!
Why are B vitamins so important for your skin? Which coenzyme can help protect your skin collagen? How can copper prevent skin from sagging? We’ll be talking about all of these AND more…
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Intro – 0:00
B Vitamins: For Healthy Skin, Hair, and Nails – 0:29
Coenzyme Q10: To Protect Collagen – 1:25
Copper: To Prevent Sagging and Fill Wrinkles – 2:29
Green Tea: To Revitalize Your Skin – 3:15
Peptides: To Stimulate Collagen Production – 3:47
Retinoids and Retinols: To Speed Up Cell Turnover – 4:34
Vitamin E: To Reverse Damage and Rejuvenate Skin – 5:19
SPF: To Prevent Skin Cancer and Improve Your Appearance – 5:59
Vitamin C: To Neutralize Damage and Lighten Dark Spots – 6:32
Hydroxy Acids: To Exfoliate Dead Cells and Fight Wrinkles – 7:04
1. B Vitamin: For Healthy Skin, Hair, and Nails
B vitamins are essential, especially if you want good skin, hair and nails. You usually find them in your skin care products.
2. Coenzyme Q10: To Protect Collagen
Coenzyme Q10 is an antioxidant that helps build the foundation of younger looking skin.
3. Copper: To Prevent Sagging and Fill Wrinkles
Believe it or not, your skin cells have trace amounts of copper.
4. Green Tea: To Revitalize Your Skin
Green tea is quite a popular beverage, with most people drinking it for its various health benefits.
5. Peptides: To Stimulate Collagen Production
Peptides are becoming quite popular among people looking for anti-aging products. Studies have shown peptides can be effective in rejuvenating your skin.
6. Retinoids and Retinols: To Speed Up Cell Turnover
Over the counter retinols and retinoids contain vitamin A. These compounds allow faster turnover of your cells, as well as the production of collagen.
7. Vitamin E: To Reverse Damage and Rejuvenate Skin
Vitamin E is the most effective when it comes to protecting your skin against fine lines and wrinkles.
8. SPF: To Prevent Skin Cancer and Improve Your Appearance
SPF is already quite popular among people who regularly use skin products. When people buy new skin creams, they usually look into what the SPF level is first.
9. Vitamin C: To Neutralize Damage and Lighten Dark Spots
Vitamin C is another nutrient that works as a strong antioxidant. It can also help in dealing with the free radicals that end up destroying your skin cells.
10. Hydroxy Acids: To Exfoliate Dead Cells and Fight Wrinkles
Hydroxy acids, such as glycolic acid, can help remove the dead cells from your skin. These acids can also help stimulate your collagen, and get rid of lines and wrinkles from your skin.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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