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“You’re Glowing, What’s the Secret?”

Vitamin B Niacin skin care

The Vitamin B’s in Skin Care

The B’s know to boost firmness and elasticity giving you a youthful looking skin.

We know Vitamin B5 is known to be a natural hydrator that will increase moisture hence soothing and regenerating the skin. Generally increases skin quality and gives the skin a beautiful glow.

As a result it can make dry skin not only look better but smoother and have more elasticity. We also learn it has the ability to speed wound healing.

Vitamin B3 is also known as niacinamide. Here’s how it works…

As we get older, our skin dries out. The epidermis and dermis layers become thinner, which leads to wrinkles. Meanwhile, UV rays from the sun oxidise our cells, leaving us with age spots and pigmentation.

Niacin intervenes by promoting the turnover of new skin cells. It repairs sun damage and strengthens the skin’s moisture barrier. All of that creates younger-looking skin.

Niacin repairs DNA, preventing the effects of aging at the source. You’ll generate new, healthy skin cells that replace older cells faster. It also dilates your capillaries which increases blood flow, delivering essential oxygen and nutrients to your skin cells.

As if all that wasn’t enough, it boosts skin hydration. Niacin increases the production of ceramides – skin lipids that prevent water loss. Niacin is also known to cool inflamed skin.

When you use a product with topical niacin in it, you’ll notice your skin looking younger and more vibrant. In one study I read, 50 women aged 40 to 60 used a moisturizer with niacinamide for 12 weeks. It significantly improved fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, texture and red blotchiness.

CELL INFUSE Australia puts both these Vitamins in STEMULATE, DAYTIME and Regenisis Vitamin Serum. These three products are popular and giving people a Glow and Youthful Skin. Now you know the Secret.

 

Vitamin b Niacin skin care testimonial

 

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Beautiful Skin! And the products that hold the answer

We now know our skin needs two things to be beautiful: Water, and… Good nutrition.

As you age, your skin loses the ability to hold water and take in nutrients. That leads to dry, sagging skin. But we do have good news for you. You simply need an effective way to keep water in your cells and get more of the nutrients you need. Here’s how it works:

Step 1 – Cleanse Your Skin of All Impurities
Use our Organic Hydrating Cleanser with Lime Caviar

Step 2 – For protecting your skin from the sun, pollution, free radicals, and the destructive effects of aging
Use our No1 product CELL INFUSE Restore Cream to help your face look younger by restoring youthful energy levels inside the cell, and protecting against future damage.
Follow with Advanced Moisture Repair Hyaluronic Acid with Magnesium. And a little of CoQ10 Complex.

smooth hydrated beautiful skinWhen your skin cells have enough water, they hold their shape. That means your skin feels taut and elastic. The key is water… or more importantly, the nutrient that helps attract and retain water. I’m talking about hyaluronic acid (HA). HA puts back the water you lose with age. And that helps restore the tight, elastic shape you remember from your youthful days. When you retain enough moisture and give your skin the nutrients it needs, the youthful skin returns.

WE know at LifeCell Australia we want you to have beautiful skin, with results that will have friends and family asking you the question what are you doing?

For results and…

  • Better, brighter complexion
  • The appearance of more even colour and better tone
  • No irritation or burning (safe Non Toxic products)
  • Soothing, moisturizing quality with a smooth surface feel
  • Smaller, tighter pores
  • Tight, elastic skin, smoother and wrinkles decreased

Here’s to more beautiful skin,
Judy and the Team

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Why are the Eyes Different?

When you look at someone you focus on their eyes. Am I right?

aging skin careTherefore to look younger, we need to concentrate our efforts on the areas that matter most – that is what others will see first. For that reason, I love to work on my eye area as this area of the face is where we are drawn to when we make eye contact. If our eyes are shining and bright and the skin around is good, that will be where there focus will stay. For me the eyes are the windows to the soul, so we can never have too much help in this area. As you study/learn about facial expressions, we can tell so very much from the eyes, forehead and around the mouth as to the person’s health or concerns they may be experiencing.

Where do I start when I see the signs of aging? you ask.

Sometimes, however, it can be overwhelming to know where to start. Fortunately, researchers recently released a couple of new studies that offer some guidance.

wrinkles on the skinOur skin contains sebaceous glands, which secrete oil to lubricate the skin and help protect it. However, our sebaceous glands are not evenly distributed across our faces. This study found that wrinkles tend to be deeper in areas with fewer sebaceous glands, particularly the areas around the eyes.

From a number of selected Japanese people from ages 20 to 90, the researchers determined that the more sebaceous glands present in the forehead, the shallower the wrinkles in that area. The area just outside the corner of the eye doesn’t have these glands, so this may be why wrinkles deepen faster there. The researchers do caution us that because their research was only on Japanese people results may be different for others.

hydration for skin careHowever, their work does raise an important reminder: the skin around the eye is delicate, and it needs special attention. Left untreated, it often wrinkles faster and more deeply than the rest of our skin. As the first study indicated, this can cause us to look older.

Fortunately, there’s a lot we can do
 to keep the skin around our eyes looking young.

  1. First, drink plenty of water. Hydration is essential to flushing toxins out of the skin and keeping skin elastic and healthy.
  2. Second, get plenty of sleep. I don’t have to tell you that the skin around your eyes doesn’t look healthy when you aren’t well rested.
  3. Third, use LifeCell Anti-Aging Cream, lightly around the eye area, and those people with puffy or bags LifeCell Under eye Cooling Treatment, with a little CELL Infuse Advanced Moisture Repair over it in the mornings, and CELL Infuse Regenisis Vitamin Serum only at night. Protect your skin from the sun, with our CELL Infuse BB Cream with protection, along with a good pair of sunglasses.
  4. Fourth. Good health internally will allow the eyes to shine and become the windows to the soul.

Here’s to more beautiful eyes,
Judy & the LCA Team

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What are your eyes revealing about you?

Is your face revealing your ageWhen it comes to looking younger, we need to concentrate our efforts on the areas that matter most – that is where others will see first. For that reason, I love to work on my eye area as the eye area is where we are drawn to with eye contact. If the eyes are shining and bright and the skin around is good, that will be where there focus will stay.

For me the eyes are the windows to the soul and we all need help in this area. As you study/learn about facial expressions, we can tell so very much from the eyes, forehead around the mouth as to the person’s health or concerns they may be experiencing.

Sometimes, however, it can be overwhelming to know where to start. Fortunately, researchers recently released a couple of new studies that offer some guidance. Our skin contains sebaceous glands, which secrete oil to lubricate the skin and help protect it. However, our sebaceous glands are not evenly distributed across our faces. This study found that wrinkles tend to be deeper in areas with fewer sebaceous glands, particularly the areas around the eyes.

hydrationA no of Japanese were selected, from people aged 20 to 90, the researchers determined that the more sebaceous glands present in the forehead, the shallower the wrinkles in that area. The area just outside the corner of the eye doesn’t have these glands, so this may be why wrinkles deepen faster there. The researchers do caution us that because their research was only on Japanese people results may be different for others. However, their work does raise an important reminder: the skin around the eye is delicate, and it needs special attention. Left untreated, it often wrinkles faster and more deeply than the rest of our skin. As the first study indicated, this can cause us to look older.

beauty sleepFortunately, there’s a lot we can do to keep the skin around our eyes looking young. First, drink plenty of water. Hydration is essential to flushing toxins out of the skin and keeping skin elastic and healthy. Second, get plenty of sleep. I don’t have to tell you that the skin around your eyes doesn’t look healthy when you aren’t well rested. Third, protect your skin from the sun, both with sunscreen and with sunglasses.

Here’s to more beautiful eyes,
Judy & Team