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Nano Gold in Skincare Energises Skin and Slows Down Ageing

With a particle size of 0.000000001 meter, gold nanoparticles penetrate deeper into the skin.

 

Nanomedicine is a fast-growing field which has been subjected to numerous medical studies in the last few decades. Without a doubt, nanotechnology has improved the quality of life of many people. In beauty industry, the use of nanotechnology has enhanced the efficacy of skincare products. Nano gold skincare products are becoming increasingly popular among beauty professionals such as beauty therapists, cosmetologists and dermatologists. For those who never use nano gold skincare products, may wonder, how nano gold creams and serums improve the appearance of the skin?

Nano Gold Enhances The Penetration of Skincare Products

With a particle size of 0.000000001 meter, gold nanoparticles penetrate deeper into the skin; deliver active ingredients, nutrients and oxygen into cells in the deeper layers of the skin. For this reason, nano gold creams and serums tend to be more effective than other skincare products. 

If you are looking for an anti-ageing moisturiser that delivers results fast, try Rose Gold Anti-Ageing Soothing Cream. Formulated with 24-karat gold nanoparticles, niacinamide, stabilised vitamin E, saccharide isomerate and rose extract to replenish skin's moisture, rejuvenate and calm sensitive skin. This nano gold energising face cream plumps up the skin and reduces the appearance of wrinkles, lines and other signs of ageing. With its nourishing yet light and silky formula, this day and night cream is suitable for all year round use and all skin types including hyper-sensitive skin.

 

“ Five star! I’ve been using this moisturiser for over a month now and am super happy. I love how it works on my face! This face cream is light and silky and it makes my skin smooth and firm. It’s not greasy at all and it absorbs right in. It really feels like I am doing something special for myself when I put it on!" Julia, UK learn more >>>

 

Nano Gold Nourishes and Energises The Skin

Medical studies showed that gold nanoparticles deliver nutrients and oxygen deeper into the skin. These nutrients and oxygen nourish skin cells, giving the skin the energy to function better. Our skin is constantly exposed to various ageing factors and harmful elements that can weaken the skin's defense mechanism. Nano gold in skincare products help strengthen skin's defence mechanism against ageing and environmental damage.

To reduce multiple signs of ageing and protect sensitive skin from harmful elements, apply Rose Gold Anti-Ageing Soothing Serum underneath your moisturiser every morning and evening. Formulated with 24-karat gold nanoparticles, rose extract, saccharide isomerate, niacinamide and stabilised vitamin E to energise and protect the skin from premature ageing and environmental damage. Saccharide isomerate is a hyaluronic acid booster extracted from the plants. It is shown to reduce the appearance of wrinkles by 79.3% and calm sensitive skin. Apply Rose Gold Anti-Ageing Soothing Serum every morning and evening to nourish, strengthen and restore skin's youthfulness. With a light and silky texture, this 24-karat nano gold anti-ageing serum is suitable for all skin types including hyper-sensitive skin.

  

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Nano Gold Boosts Skin Repair and Regeneration 

Numerous studies showed that gold nanoparticles accelerate the wound healing process and protect skin cells from free radicals and oxidative stress. The wound healing process is closely associated with the releases of epidermal growth factor (EGF), fibroblast growth factor (FGF) and transforming growth factor (TGF) in our body. These various growth factors improve the skin's ability to regenerate itself, repairing the damaged skin cells. 

The time required for our skin to repair and regenerate itself varies individually. With age, our skin will need a longer period of time to renew itself. In adults, it takes between 28 and 42 days for the skin to regenerate itself. In those age 50 and older, the skin regeneration process may take up to 84 days. To boost your skin's ability to repair and regenerate itself, use Rose Gold Anti-Ageing Soothing and Cream that are suitable for all skin types including hyper-sensitive skin. These synergistic 24-karat gold serum and cream boost skin cell regeneration, soothe and strengthen sensitive skin. With daily use, morning and evening, Rose Gold Anti-Ageing Duo diminish the appearance of wrinkles, lines and other signs of ageing. For more tips on how to look after your skin, check out the latest Skincare Guide.

  

Author:

Henry Tianus is a multi-award-winning Anti-Ageing Scientist based in London, UK. Henry Tianus has been listed as The Recognised Institute Practitioner at The Institute of Traditional Herbal Medicine and Aromatherapy (ITHMA), London (UK) since 2005. Henry Tianus's articles have been read by people in more than 100 countries with USA and UK at the top of the list. Join Henry Tianus eNewsletter to receive the latest health and wellbeing tips. 

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