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If you’re worried about wrinkles, sagging skin and generally seeking to make your skin look younger, then don’t miss out on Q10 skincare.

What is Q10? Q10 is Ubiquinone – a vitamin-like, fat-soluble substance naturally present in the body, and also referred to as Coenzyme Q10, or simply Q10. We all have it within us but as you hit 30 or so, these natural levels tend to diminish and “topping up” can help your skin. Its value for general health and nutrition is well known and well researched, so you can do plenty of your own online studying.

As our skin matures, it becomes thinner and starts to sag. Depending on how much time you’ve spent in the sun, as an example, varying degrees of wrinkles may form.

We know that collagen (an essential amino acid and the most abundant protein in the body) is important because it makes our skin firm, while elastin gives the skin flexibility. As we age the loss of collagen and elastin causes our skin to wrinkle and sag. Here’s the key as to why Q10 is so good – It is known that Q10 may reduce the breakdown of collagen and elastin thus helping the skin retain its firmness and elasticity.

Q10 depleted skin may be more prone to the damage by free radicals, which are particularly abundant in the skin since it is exposed to the elements. Importantly Q10 acts as a strong antioxidant – it helps to neutralize those harmful free radicals that are one of the major causes of ageing! Thus, Q10 may boost skin repair and regeneration, and reduce free radical damage. Q10 is a small molecule that can relatively easily penetrate into skin cells and hence why Q10 skin products are now so popular.

Can it help with wrinkles? Q10 may help diminish fine wrinkles around the eyes, according to the Mayo Clinic. Applying Coenzyme Q10 prior to going out in the sun may also protect your skin from sun damage. Unlike sunscreens, antioxidant ointments like Q10 build up in the skin and may be longer lasting, notes the University of Maryland Medical Center.

Want to try Q10 skincare products??

We have a number of Q10 based Annabis products which you must try!! Go on, treat yourself, you may be surprised!! Don’t miss out on Q10 skincare………………..

CREMCANN Q10 NATURAL FACE CREAM

A natural face cream with Omega 3-6 unsaturated fatty acids uniquely combined with Coenzyme Q10 and suitable for all skin types. The high content of Coenzyme Q10, together with hemp oil and hemp seed extract promotes regeneration and prevent wrinkles. Cremcann Q10 natural face cream is quickly absorbed making it suitable for use under your makeup. If used regularly this cream may postpone the signs of ageing and brings a long-term comfortable feeling of a youthful appearance.

And Q10 skin care is not just for the ladies! We have a great product for men.

CREMCANN Q10 MEN FACE CREAM

The cream reduces redness and irritation after shaving, and if used regularly, the skin becomes more flexible, stronger and fresh. The cream is absorbed quickly, does not stick and is suitable for after shaving. Cremcann Q10 is appreciated especially by men with sensitive skin or skin after sport. A natural cream, it is suitable for all skin types.

VARICANN Q10 GELVaricann Q10 Gel

A hemp gel with coenzyme Q10 – its unique combination of active ingredients provides quick relief and relaxes the skin and the feelings of “heavy and tired legs”. It is also suitable for complimentary skin care of varicose veins. Varicann Q10 Gel delivers rapid relief, relaxation and refreshment of the skin after periods of prolonged standing, for pregnant women or overweight. Thanks to its gel-like consistency, the product is easily spread and quickly absorbed, non-greasy and does not stick.

 

 

 


Sources:

www.livestrong.com

www.paulaschoice.com

www.perriconemd.com

www.smartskincare.com

www.stylecraze.com

www.webmd.com


Disclaimer:

This post is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of Namaste Superfoods or its staff. There is a wealth of data and information freely available on this topic and links to more scientific research and we suggest you undertake some of your own research.

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