antioxidants

Dithiolane-3-Pentanic Acid, D3PA for short, is a natually produced compound in the body. As we age, the levels of D3PA decrease dramatically. With the body unable to produce appropriate levels of D3PA, it must be stimulated from outside the body. A skin cream containing this free radical fighting ingredient will fight the signs of aging at the source. Free radicals mercilessly attack collagen, which makes up 97.5% of the dermis skin layer and is essential to young-looking, healthy skin
Third in line is another antioxidant called idebenone. In independent studies, idebenone has been shown to help shield our skin from environmental damage, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, reduce dryness and smoothes the skin's texture. Idebenone has been hailed one the most powerful antioxidants in restoring cell vitality. Incredible results are expected from idebenone in the next decade. The next super ingredient is a combination of two key components in slowing down the effects of aging.
Ascorbyl Palmitate, is a compound created by joining Vitamin C, known for its antioxidant talents, and palmitic acid. Many wrinkle creams contain vitamin C in the form of L-Ascorbic Acid. When added to skin creamsL-Ascorbic Acid is extremely unstable and looses its effective in a very short period of time. The combination of palmitic acid and vitamin C, Ascorbyl Palmitate, is stable and keeps its potency for months. Since Ascorbyl Palmitate is fat soluble it provides maximum protection against free radicals. Belgian scientist discovered the next ingredient called to ward off wrinkles.
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