Isn't the desire to look and feel forever-young part and parcel of our nature?
Don't we all try to reverse the visible signs of aging such as wrinkles, age spots and pigmentation? Aging is a natural process, you might say. But isn't the dermal layer of our skin being subjected to solar radiation, ultra violet rays and chemical pollutions. And aren't we compounding these negative effects with our increasingly poor diets and lifestyle habits that are not at all conducive to maintaining the skin's natural repair process and antioxidant network. Yes! So what can I possibly do when faced with all this? Creams and serums have to be supplemented with food supplements to have optimum skin care. Anti-oxidant supplementation is especially important in smokers but even in people that live in polluted areas. Let’s stick to the facts and try to put right somehow this situation.
“Skin is exposed to chemical, physical, and mechanical damage, causing premature aging of the epidermis.”
Astaxanthin has excellent skin care properties. “Astaxanthin is anti-oxidant produced by an alghae in direct response to protect cells in vivo against UV induced oxidative stress.”
“Nutritional factors such as astaxanthin can modulate photochemical damage, in particular the common carotenoids in food.”
“Over the past 60 years, damage to the planet's ozone layer has increased the amount of harmful radiation that reaches your skin.” Sun protection creams have to be complimented with food supplements such as ataxanthin.
In human trials, Astaxanthin has been shown to reduce visible signs of UV-aging through both topical and dietary supplementation within 4 to 6 weeks of use. This data is supported by a number of in-vitro and animal studies. Research suggests potential skin benefits from the use of astaxanthin to
• maintain a youthful appearance,
• reverse premature signs of aging
• prevent UV induced skin cancer.
Astaxanthin is derived from krill oil or the microalgae Haematococcus Pluvialis. Astaxanthin has potent quenching and anti-lipid peroxidation properties. Antioxidants protect our body cells from damage from free radicals, unstable substances that are thought to contribute to certain chronic diseases.
Several studies (Yamashita 2002 and Yamashita 2006) have shown that female subjects with a variety of skin types, after being given either 4mg astaxanthin or placebo in a single-blind randomized controlled study, felt that their skin condition had improved significantly. The treated group achieved positive results in:
• Wrinkle reduction
The results were significant since skin regeneration usually takes between 4-5 weeks. The greatest improvement, seen at week 6, supports the theory that astaxanthin protects and allows skin to regenerate.
Skin Health in the form of softgels or capsules
“Beauty from within” or improved skin condition through nutrition and supplementation is a worldwide trend that is on the increase. The market for beauty supplements in the USA is currently worth 80 million dollars, and rapid growth in this segment is expected over the next 10 years.
Nicosolven astaxanthin by ALTA CARE Laboratoires is a concentrate of astaxanthin and omega 3, 6 9 fatty acids that are microencapsulated for better stability in the softgel. The eicosapentaenoic (EPA) and the docosahexaenoic (DHA) acids help to regulate lipid metabolism. The red color of the softgel is due to the astaxanthin that has a synergic effect in combination with the omega 3-6-9.
Nicosolven astaxanthin is becoming popular because it also contains the antioxidant astaxanthin. The algae that krill eats produces the bright red pigment astaxanthin that gives krill and other crustaceans such as lobster and shrimp their reddish-pink colour.
Nicosolven astaxanthin softgels are made in France. Alta Care Laboratoires recommend 1 to 2 softgels per day or as directed by your pharmacist or doctor.
For further details phone +390669380852 or visit web-site www.altacare.com or e.mail at email@example.com .