Vitamin K

  

Vitamin K2 is also promising for skin health and anti-aging because it can help stop the accumulation of excess calcium in the skin. Excess calcium makes the skin less elastic and more prone to wrinkles. Vitamin K2 helps the body deposit calcium into the bones. A 2011 study showed that women with extensive wrinkles were also more likely to have low bone mass.4 Given K2’s role in the body, the correlation between wrinkles and low bone mass is not surprising. Calcium is great for us but sometimes it needs a little guidance.

 

Vitamin C

  

Vitamin C is found at high levels in both the outer and inner layers of skin. Its antioxidant properties and role in collagen production help keep your skin healthy. Vitamin C is often found in anti-aging skin care products and has an important role in the body’s natural collagen synthesis.

 

 

Vitamin E

 

Vitamin E in the skin absorbs harmful UV light from the sun. This can help prevent dark spots and wrinkles. Usually, the body produces Vitamin E through an oily substance emitted through the skin’s pores. It helps keep the skin conditioned and prevents dryness. Vitamin E also helps with inflammation of the skin. Like Vitamin C, it is also a common ingredient in skin care products.

 

 

Astaxanthin

 

Due to its involvement in diverse biological activities, Astaxanthin is a promising compound in the field of dermatology. It helps prevent the breaking apart of collagen bonds. Astaxanthin is reported to improve the DNA repair capacity of cells exposed to UV radiation. It is also an effective compound for accelerating wound healing. For these reasons, Astaxanthin is said to have potent anti-wrinkle and antioxidant effects.5

 

Astaxanthin has been proven to increase blood flow which leads to skin elasticity, and increased water retention.

 


 

Diindolylmethane (DIM)

 

Hormonal Acne can be resolved with the help of Diindolylmethane (DIM). DIM is a component of Indole-3-carbinol found in cruciferous vegetables, cabbages, and mustard plants. It is in broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and kale. It changes the way estrogen is metabolized in the body. DIM helps break estrogen down into metabolites that have antioxidant properties. By regulating estrogen metabolism DIM can help reduce, and possibly even eliminate hormonal acne. Learn more about DIM.

 

Zinc

 

Zinc can also help clear-up skin issues especially when it comes to dealing with acne. Zinc aids in healing the skin and prevents acne by regulating the activity of the oil glands.

 

 

Right now your body is working towards having clear and healthy skin. Will you support its efforts by providing it with the required nutrients? The Zen Haus ADK Supplement is a great single source for these nutrients. Skin we do not agree with is often a symptom of nutritional imbalance. Better to focus on dealing with the cause and not the symptom. Your body is its own doctor and when it comes to skin it is also a beautician. That is because being healthy and looking good go hand in hand.

 

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References

 

4) The Endocrine Society. (2011, June 6). Severity of facial wrinkles may predict bone density in early menopause, study suggests. ScienceDaily. Retrieved May 23, 2019 from https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/06/110604181911.htm

  

5) Davinelli, S., Nielsen, M. E., & Scapagnini, G. (2018). Astaxanthin in Skin Health, Repair, and Disease: A Comprehensive Review. Nutrients, 10(4), 522. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu10040522

 

 

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