Phytoceramides

Phytoceramides

The battle for anti ageing continues and whilst cosmetic and pharmaceuticals companies spend millions of pounds trying to find the solution. It may just be staring us in the face.So what happens when your skin begins to age? Apart from fine lines and sagging!  There are many things that happen to our skin as we age. Firstly, the collagen in our skin, that is, the supportive structure, starts to break down and it’s more difficult for our skin to build it back up again. The supportive subcutaneous fat, which supports our skin also begins breaks down. This makes our skin much thinner We also start to lack moisture. Ceramides, which are lipids, help to keep your skin pump and the moisture locked in, these lessen with age.Vitamin C  is critical for your body and plays an important role in maintaining healthy, resilient skin. While young skin is full of vitamin C, aging skin naturally loses this nutrient over time. Other factors like exposure to UV light, pollutants and cigarette smoke compound the decline of vitamin C, contributing to signs of aging.

So what is the answer?

It appears that the solution may be PHYTOCERAMIDES. Phytoceramides are the plant-derived equivalent of ceramides, a lipid that keeps your skin hydrated and plump. You start to lose ceramides as you age, and as a result, your skin beings to appear rough and wrinkled. Taking phytoceramides orally restores the natural outer layer of the skin. These powerful molecules work from the inside out, getting absorbed into the bloodstream and carried to the inner layer of your skin. From there, they seep to the outermost layer where they restore the cracked and damaged barrier, moisturize and fill out wrinkles and sun-damaged areas.

Phytoceramides occur naturally in WHEATGRASS! They are also found in rice and yams. There is more vitamin C in wheatgrass than most other fruits or vegetables.

So drink up your Greenz and slap it on your face if you want to reverse the signs of ageing.

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