With the long list of skincare ingredients and products claiming to be “the best antiaging solution”, it can be difficult to narrow in on the ones that actually work. So, we’ve done the research for you. Not only have we included these top 5 nutrients needed for an antiaging glow into an easy-to-read list below, but we have also incorporated them in our smart age supplements. How’s that for effective and easy antiaging?
1. Marine Collagen
Marine collagen is also known as fish collagen due to the way it’s sourced – from fish. Out of all the animal collagen out there, marine collagen is highly noted as being one of the best, as it offers high absorption and bioavailability (the amount that enters circulation), which results in, well, effective results!
But what is marine collagen exactly? It’s a complex of structural proteins that help maintain flexibility and strength in skin, bones, muscles, blood vessels, ligaments, eyes, hair and nails. It’s one of the most abundant types of collage (type 1) in your body, and is the foundation of having and maintaining beautiful skin.
Marine collagen is also an antioxidant powerhouse, bringing a high concentration of hydroxyproline, proline and glycine, which stimulate the cells in your skin while also promoting cell regrowth and activation.
2. Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
Vitamin C is an essential vitamin needed to provide your skin with the protection it needs to produce and maintain collagen. It’s also a potent antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals found in the skin, which have been linked to causing pre-mature aging.
What may surprise you though, is that the effects of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) in skincare products become inactive once exposed to light and air. So, while many antiaging skincare products have this ingredient, you aren’t necessarily receiving it.
This is why it’s important to get Vitamin C in your body (and skin) in a way that’s highly effective, which is what Pure Elixir does, as it’s not an antiaging lotion or serum, but rather, an antiaging supplement that keeps the vitamin C away from light and air and straight into your system.
3. Soya Isoflavones
Many studies have reported that, when used in a skincare regime, soya isoflavones can increase collagen, specifically for postmenopausal women. The benefits of this antiaging ingredient extend well beyond face value as well, pardon the pun, and have been linked to preventing hot flashes, menopausal symptoms, breast pain and can even prevent breast cancer. So, the beauty of this antiaging ingredient goes far beyond what meets the eye.
4. Hyaluronic Acid
Hyaluronic acid has recently been getting the attention it deserves. Despite sounding harsh, it’s actually a gentle yet powerful antiaging ingredient that helps keep your skin plump and moisturized – two essentials for a youthful glow.
While your body does product hyaluronic acid naturally, the skin tends to need more with age as collagen production naturally declines. Increasing hyaluronic acid will help keep the production of collagen thriving, while also adding in hydration and many other antiaging benefits that diminish the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and discolouration.
5. Vitamin E
Free radicals are the root of all evil, especially in terms of the aging process; vitamin E works to block those free radicals. In other words, the less free radicals you have, the slower your skin will age.
Vitamin E is also full of basic antioxidant properties that are essential to maintaining healthy, youthful skin. So, while this antiaging skincare ingredient doesn’t have a fancy name, don’t be mistaken.
Now that you know what antiaging ingredients are essential to a youthful glow, it’s time to add them into your beauty regime. Pure Elixir is a clinically proven antiaging supplement that includes all of these powerful ingredients into each capsule, offering a unique blend of active ingredients needed for healthier, smoother, even-toned and brighter skin that also reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. So, shop Pure Skin Elixir today, and start feeling – and looking – younger tomorrow.