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Get Ready to Glow!

best skincare ingredients

It isn’t by chance that the best skincare ingredients for a glowing complexion have remarkable anti-aging properties. 

Let’s look at what makes for a good internal and external glow. Sure, we all desire incredible skin. But the best skincare ingredients always go beyond the face by enticing you to feel great and look beautiful…

Green Tea
Drink it, bathe in it or moisturize your skin with it. Green tea and oxidative stress, which those free radicals cause, have an antagonistic relationship. Fortunately, green tea wins when they have a confrontation. Green tea wins, oxidative stress runs away, and wrinkled, saggy skin stays on the sidelines for another day. As an anti-inflammatory, it is also great. Regenisis Vitamin Serum.

White Tea
Like it or not, our bodies host enzymes that live by nibbling on collagen and elastin. As we age, they multiply and develop ravenous appetites. White tea, however, places the enzymes on a strict diet by inhibiting their appetite. While one side of white tea discusses dietary issues, the other side lets loose its catechins, powerhouse antioxidants, to slow down the appearance of wrinkles by giving a lecture to free radicals. The free radicals get bored and run away. STEMULATE, DAYTIME.

Vitamin E
get ready to glowOne of nature’s superior antioxidants, vitamin E stops visible signs of skin-hungry free radicals ravaging our dermis. Our bodies don’t produce this sublime moisturizer and anti-inflammatory, so we use capsules and serum to invite it in. Triple bonus: Vitamin E doubles as a delivery system by helping our skin absorb other phenomenal ingredients in particular Vitamin C. Regenisis Vitamin Serum, STEMULATE, Organic BB Cream, Collagen Elixir, Glow Mask

Cucumber
Grandma knew in touting veggies that was good for you, so the next time you’re at the grocers, load up on cucumbers. As eye pads, this delicious veggie refreshes puffy, tired eyes. Those eyes add years to your appearance, don’t they? Cucumbers are rich in vitamin E and potassium which help in fighting fine lines and wrinkles. STEMULATE

Vitamin C
The stimulating delicious oranges works wonders on your skin. Vitamin C is a great attacker of fine lines, wrinkles and scars on its own, but it also leads collagen, elastin and vitamin E to the charge. Vitamin E depletes during its battle with free radicals; vitamin C regenerates vitamin E’s energy levels. Vitamin C also helps stimulate the cells that produce those lovely, anti-aging benefits named collagen and elastin. Regenisis Vitamin Serum, DAYTIME, STEMULATE.

Ubiquinone
You might better recognize ubiquinone by the name CoQ10. Our bodies produce this coenzyme, but its production, like many other proteins and enzymes, reduces as we age. We want this naturally occurring antioxidant because it stops pesky free radicals and revives collagen and elastin production. It also feeds skin cells the energy they need to rejuvenate; it’s great for cells. It ranks as one of the best skincare ingredients for anti-aging. STEMULATE, CoQ10 Complex.

Pomegranates
Pomegranate oil, rich in omega 5 fatty acids, penetrates deep into your skin. It travels through all skin layers to hydrate thoroughly. While it travels, it protects the outer layer from sun and environmental damage, boosts new cell production in skin’s inner layers, softens your skin and has a motivates collagen and elastin to inspire increased production. A pomegranate’s ability to do just about everything makes it one of the best skincare ingredients for a dewy complexion. Glow Mask, Regenisis Vitamin Serum.

Get ready, to glow!

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The Magic of Kakadu Plum

KAKADU PLUM = VITAMIN C, ELASTICITY, COLLAGEN, REPAIRS UV DAMAGE, REDUCES PIGMENTATION

Kakadu PlumIt’s my passion and tugs on the core of my being to write to you today. What exciting times we live in in terms of discovering what some have known for centuries.

Science has identified the Aboriginal bush food, Kakadu plum as the world’s richest natural source of vitamin C, which makes it an excellent ingredient in skincare products.

A native of Arnhem Land in Northern Australia, you’d be interested to know that the Kakadu plum is also called Gurumal, Gubinge, Billygoat Plum or Murunga by indigenous Australians, who have been using it for thousands of years as a traditional antiseptic and healing remedy, as well as a gourmet bushfood. We’ve only just caught on and thankfully get to share in the natural benefits.

Studies show the concentration of vitamin C in Kakadu plum to be as high as 3200-5000mg/100g (compared with 50mg/100g for oranges). Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and is essential for the formation of proline, an amino acid that is required to make collagen. This also helps reduce wrinkles and improves skin texture, reduces skin damage caused by free radicals and protects skin against UV damage.

Kakadu plums medicinal and anti-aging properties are exceptional. The antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal activities within shows anti-inflammatory and… anti-tumour activities. Makes you want to eat bucket loads of it. Antioxidants encourage elasticity and suppleness in aged skin and helps stop the breakdown of collagen.

Kakadu plum is so great I say it is magical and why it’s in just about all of our CELL INFUSE facial care range. STEMULATE, Regenisis Vitamin Serum, Hydrating Cleanser, and Velvety Soft PrimerI’ve loaded exceptional amounts in my products as I want them to work for you & I want you to experience the great benefits.

products containing Kakadu Plum

I’D LOVE TO HEAR WHETHER YOU’VE NOTICED A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR SKIN SINCE MAKING THE CHANGE TO ORGANIC PRODUCTS WITH CELLULARLY EXTRACTED NATIVE AUSTRALIAN EXTRACTS SO PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW.

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