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Anti Aging Moisturizers Complemented by Diet

Sunday, January 2nd, 2011

anti aging dietThe most effective anti aging moisturizers on the market today contain tiny particles of the antioxidant Coenzyme Q10.  You’ll learn about that ingredient in this article, but I thought you might also be interested in the benefits of an anti-aging diet.

In order to produce new skin cells and fibers, your body needs nutrients.  The necessary nutrients include the amino acids found in protein.

The skin’s cells and fibers are actually made of simple structural proteins containing only a few amino acids.  The better anti aging moisturizers contain one of those structural proteins.  It’s called keratin.

The recommended dietary intake of protein varies depending on whether or not you are trying … Read Full Article

Complete Report on How to Get Healthy Skin Naturally

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

natural skin dietHere you can learn how to get healthy skin naturally.  You will see advice about what to eat, how to sleep, how to avoid sun damage and what kind of skincare products to use.  It’s a complete guide for a healthier you.

What to Eat

What you eat affects the health of every organ of your body.  Being the largest organ of the body, what you eat has a tremendous affect on your skin’s health.

You need to be sure to get enough of the nutrients necessary for the production of new skin cells and fibers.  Those nutrients include amino acids from proteins and vitamin C.  The average person needs about a … Read Full Article

Sensitive Skin? Here’s How to Choose the Right Skin Care Product

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

sensitive skinHaving sensitive skin can make buying skincare products challenging.  Most contain allergens and irritants.  You have to know which ingredients to avoid and always read the label carefully before you buy a product.

It also helps to know which ingredients are “anti-irritants”.  You’ll learn about those things here.

Sensitivities may occur immediately after using a product or after the product is used for several days in a row.  In some cases, the skin’s surface becomes sensitized to an ingredient after years of use.

Hypo-allergenic formulas are sometimes a good choice.  But, that’s not always true.  Labeling a product as hypo-allergenic simply means it is less likely to cause allergic reactions than the … Read Full Article

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