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Anti-Ageing Tips for those in their 30s, 40s, 50s and beyond

Resveratrol: The Health and Skin Benefits of Super-Antioxidant

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Resveratrol: The Health and Skin Benefits of Super-Antioxidant

Resveratrol is a polyphenol, natural compound found in some plants especially in the skin of red grapes and japanese knotweed roots. It protects plants from ultraviolet light, infections and harsh conditions. The Health Benefits of Resveratrol Believed to be one of the super-antioxidants, many clinical studies indicated that Resveratrol has potential health benefits such as increases insulin sensitivity, maintains brain functionality, protects against heart diseases and helps prevent cancer. A clinical study in 50 menopausal women at the Center for Menopause Maggiore Hospital of Charity of Novara, Italy (Edizioni Minerva Medica, Minerva Ginecologica 2015 October), showed that Resveratrol reduced the intensity of hot flushes...

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The Ten Best Anti-Ageing Skincare Ingredients

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The Ten Best Anti-Ageing Skincare Ingredients

Can your skin recreate its youthful appearance? Wrinkles, lines, lost of volume and sagging skin are some of the visible signs of ageing, mainly caused by the depletion of skin's major components: collagen, elastin, hyaluronic acid and proteins. Skin starts to age in our mid-20s or even younger due to unhealthy lifestyle and external factors that accelerate skin ageing such as stress, pollution, smoking, excessive sun exposure and poor diet. There is no way to stop the ageing process, however, certain skincare ingredients have been clinically proven to reduce the visible signs of ageing. The Ten Best Skincare Ingredients to reduce the signs of...

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Niacinamide reduces acne breakouts and inflammation

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Niacinamide reduces acne breakouts and inflammation

Niacinamide, a form of Vitamin B3, is known to have soothing and calming effects on irritated skin. The anti-inflammatory properties of Niacinamide are scientifically proven to be beneficial for those with inflammatory skin conditions such as acne vulgaris and rosacea. Niacinamide reduces acne inflammation by 60% A clinical study in 76 acne sufferers (The State University of New York - Shalita, AR et al., International Journal of Dermatology) showed that topical application of Niacinamide improved the appearance of acne-prone skin and reduced acne inflammation by 52%. Another clinical study (DSM Nutritional Products AG, Switzerland) showed that Niacinamide reduced acne inflammation by 60% and...

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The Key to a Youthful Skin

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The Key to a Youthful Skin

Being in my mid forties, I feel blessed to have a youthful-looking skin. I used to have hypersensitive, acne-prone skin from teenage years to early thirties. Therefore I learnt a lot how to take care of my skin properly.  My Daily Anti-Ageing Skincare Routine I usually spend about five minutes in the morning and evening to take care of my skin. For best visible results, I use skincare products that combine advanced biotech ingredients with organic botanical extracts and totally FREE from: Artificial Perfume/Fragrance (all Henry Tianus leave-on face products don't even contain essential oils) Artificial Colours Parabens Alcohol Denat Formaldehyde Phthalates SLS/SLES...

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Adult Acne: How to care for Acne-prone Skin

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Adult Acne: How to care for Acne-prone Skin

Acne Formation Acne is often triggered by overactive sebaceous glands that produce too much sebum. The excess sebum then mixes with dead skin cells and naturally occurring skin bacteria, causing blocked pores. These blocked pores provide the perfect environment for the bacteria to multiply rapidly, resulting in skin inflammation and infection, known as acne. Due to sudden hormonal changes, acne is common during puberty, however, one in five adults age between 25 and 40 still suffer from acne regularly. Some of them reported that certain cosmetics/skincare products and foods can trigger their acne breakouts. If you have acne-prone skin and...

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