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Apple Stem Cells
Scientists have uncovered amazing anti-aging properties in the stem cells of these apples. Research has revealed the apple stem cells can repair damaged tissues and organs, including the replenishment and renewal of skin cells that are prone to shedding. The shedding of these skin cells causes such aging factors as wrinkles. An extract from the Swiss apple stem cells was found to protect skin cells from aging and damage.  Along with protecting skin from aging and environmental irritants, skin creams with the plant stem cell formula protect the skin from ultraviolet, or UV, damage, which can lead to skin cancer and accelerated aging of the skin. 

The strengthening and rejuvenation of skin cells continues to improve the appearance of the epidermis. 
By strengthening the epidermal cells, the plant stem cells delay visible signs of aging while maintaining the skin’s elasticity. 

The stem cell extract reactivates new tissues to replenish collagen that decreases with age. People have seen dramatic and visible reduction in wrinkle depth in just 28 days after using these skin care products, according to studies.

Glutathione is produced naturally in the liver. It is made up of three amino acids, and it is vital for cellular metabolism. It protects against oxidative stress caused by free radicals, is required for the immune system to function properly, and is a potent detoxifier. Aside from its many ascribed biologic functions, it has also been implicated in skin lightening.

Beta Glucan
Beta glucan is a polysaccharide (i.e. a chain of glucose molecules) that is found in such foods as oats, barley, mushrooms, and yeasts. Beta glucan has very powerful topical effects on your skin, especially on your face to prevent wrinkling, stronger immunity and antiaging generally. It also has powerful healing properties for trauma, sun damage, and burns.

Vitamin C
Rays from the sun and other forms of ultraviolet (UV) radiation can damage skin cells, resulting in a process known as photoageing. Sun and UV radiation exposure create oxidative damage in skin cells, increase the number and activity of pigment-producing cells, and decrease production of the elastic and collagen fibers that are responsible for maintaining suppleness and firmness. The cumulative result of these effects is photoaged skin, characterized by wrinkles, laxity, irregular coloring and appearance of brown spots, and a leathery quality.

Vitamin C is effective in reversing some of the damaging effects of the sun on skin. It is a well-known antioxidant and studies have shown that levels of vitamin C in tissues exposed to UV radiation are reduced. In addition to being an antioxidant, Vitamin C is known to stimulate collagen production. Vitamin C have consistently demonstrated protective effects against skin damage from UV radiation exposure in animals and humans. Furthermore, two studies found that Vitamin C improved the quality of photoaged skin in humans.

Vitamin E
Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin with valuable antioxidant properties, which shields skin cells from cell and tissue damage. In addition to acting as a hydrating agent, vitamin E operates as a regulator for vitamin A. Natural vitamin E skin are especially beneficial, because they're easily absorbed through the pores and quickly begin to enhance skin's overall health.

Vitamin E are valuable when it comes to averting and treating sunburns, as they guard the epidermis (outer) layer of the skin from ultraviolet light damage and boost the value of sunscreens. 

Skin creams containing vitamin E play a critical task in the skin's overall appearance, reducing the development of discolorations, inflammations, irritations, lines, scar tissue, stretch marks, sun/age spots and wrinkles. With vitamin E, skin can appear healthy, youthful and undamaged.

Marine Collagen
Marine collagen is a fibrous protein extracted from the scales or skin of saltwater fish, including cod and salmon. Marine collagen has antioxidant properties that have been used in skin-care products to prevent or even repair the damage caused by environmental factors, such as UV rays and low humidity, as well as damage associated with the aging process.

Collagen is a powerful long-term anti-aging protein. It improves the skin’s elasticity and suppleness, reducing lines and wrinkles. Collagen produces a firmer, more even toned skin and helps to achieve a glowing radiant and a more youthful complexion

Without enough collagen your skin and body is old, whatever your age, No Anti-Aging system can be effective without an adequate supply of body collagen.

Goat Milk
Goat Milk has been used since ancient times as a natural cleanser. It is one of the finest moisturizers and has excellent emollient properties and contains vitamin A, and several B vitamins including riboflavin, niacin, B6, B12. Alpha-hydroxy acids contained in goat milk are believed to have rejuvenating effects on skin cells and the rich butterfat softens and moisturizes. Alpha-hydroxy acids penetrate the top layers of the skin, epidermis and upper dermis, to achieve exfoliation (sloughing of old skin cells). Exfoliation stimulates the skin and healthy cells are regenerated. The effect essentially is "anti-aging." The skin is smoother and softer with an overall lessening of fine wrinkles and skin discoloration. The hydroxy acids are also used to improve scaling, precancerous growths (actinic keratoses) on sun-damaged skin. In addition, there is also great benefit with acne. Dead skin cells are exfoliated, opening the pores. Alpha hydroxy acids have been used for thousands of years as a skin rejuvenating product.

Tomato Extract
Tomatoes contain lycopene, which attacks free radicals in their tracks. This helps to prevent sun damage, while also maintaining skin’s moisture levels. Tomatin in these plump little wonders, which is known for its anti-inflammatory benefits, making it ridiculously fantastic at healing skin wounds and acne, and reducing pore size too. Oh, and they are also loaded with vitamins - C, E, B6, B1, B3 and B2 to be exact – so they well and truly earn their skin care keep.

Rice Extract
Japanese women have an average white skin smooth and clean, this is in addition to climate influenced in Japan also because natural skin care made from generation to generation by using rice. Apparently Japanese women farmers had always used the collision of rice as their skin protection from the heat of the sun, even they also use rice water to bathe and wash her face. This custom was followed by other women to get the skin smooth and clean by pounding rice until smooth, add it with water, then smeared throughout the body.
The fact, rice is the staple food of most Asian countries proved to have many benefits for skin care, including:

  • Extract of rice is useful in increasing the production of collagen that functions in maintaining skin elasticity
  • Chemical structure of the rice contributing to the regeneration and growth of skin cells that have been damaged or dead
  • Rice contains oryzanol  substances that can help renew the skin pigment and useful to counteract ultraviolet.
  • Rice containing vitamin E are beneficial nourish the skin so it looks younger
  • Ferulic acid in rice useful as an antioxidant and can protect skin from free radicals

Pine Bark Extract
Pine bark extract is derived from the Pinus pinaster plant and contains potent antioxidants called proanthocyanidins, which are responsible for most of its effects. It is highly absorbable by skin tissue. Some of the constituents of pine bark extract can still be measured in the skin up to 12 hours after application.

Pine bark extract helps to maintain collagen and elastin, two proteins essential to firm skin. It may also help accelerate wound healing. It binds and protects collagen, the protein that keeps the skin tight and smooth. Enzymes and free radicals can no longer break down collagen and elastin fibers, the process enabling development of wrinkles. It defies the accelerated ageing of the skin due to exposure to sunlight (photo-ageing). It helps to lighten-up disturbing dark spots of the skin resulting from over-pigmentation. It  restores a good blood circulation in tiny capillaries of the skin. With abundance of water and oxygen and removal of waste products the skin is replenished with moisture, looking young and fresh.

Virgin Coconut Oil
Virgin Coconut Oil can only be achieved by using fresh coconut meat or what is called non-copra. Chemicals and high heating are not used in further refining, since the natural, pure coconut oil is very stable with a shelf life of several years. 

Moisturizing your skin is the key to keeping it youthful and healthy and coconut oil can be use for a healthier moisturizer, minimize pores’ size, correct uneven skin tone. When coconut oil is used, it also helps to fight bacteria and other skin problems including rashes, dermatitis, acne, wrinkles, eczema, and psoriasis. Act as a superb Anti Oxidant  agent (Protect or prolonging the life of cells). Coconut oil's ability to nourish and heal the skin has been known in the tropics for hundreds of years.

Virgin Olive Oil
Standard virgin olive oil, is extracted directly from the olive fruit by grinding the olives in thermal conditions which preserves the natural taste. The method for extracting the oil is what is known as “cold pressed,” which keeps the oil from losing its flavor that can be lost when exposed to high temperatures. 
Virgin olive oil is produced naturally, meaning that the oil is not made from any sort of chemical treatments. Virgin oil is also an indication that the oil is not refined, that they are of a higher quality and retain their natural flavor.

There are a variety of antioxidants in olive oil including Vitamin A and E but the most potent compound is hydroxytyrosol. Hydroxytyrosol is a very rare but potent antioxidant found in olive oil that prevents free radical damage on skin cells. This compound also absorbs deeply into the skin and is suitable for all skin types. For this reason, olive oil has very potent anti-inflammatory properties and used in a variety of products.

As explained earlier, olive oil is abundant in antioxidants. These antioxidants work really well as moisturizers. One of the main reasons why olive oil works really well as a moisturizer is the hydrophilic properties of these antioxidants which allow it to form a protective barrier trapping moisture on your skin.

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