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Antioxidant Defences For The Aging Skin Part 1

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Published on Sep 11, 2011

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To retain its youthful appearance, our skin incorporates a number of antioxidant defences. With age, these defences become less effective. For example, our levels of co-enzyme Q10 decline from our mid-thirties onwards. This decline is fastest in those who repeatedly expose their skin to sun and smokers, who essentially age faster. Supplementing with specific antioxidants can help protect our skins from oxidative stress and be beneficial in slowing the external signs of ageing.
Antioxidants shown to improve the appearance of fine wrinkles and skin elasticity when taken as oral supplements include:
• Vitamin E
• Vitamin C -- higher doses of vitamin C may help reduce skin wrinkling
• Carotenoids, including lutein, lycopene and zeaxanthin
• Lipoic acid
• Soy isoflavones -- regular oral supplements (40mg daily)
• Proanthocyanidins and flavonoids in grapeseed--these anti-inflammatory antioxidants reduce capillary fragility and inhibits the breakdown of connective tissue when used regularly (6g/day)
• Polypodium leucotomos fern extract
• Pycnogenol ® -- extracted from pine bark is a potent antioxidant. It is often confused with pycnogenols contained within grapeseed or other plants

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