Skin Care Benefits of Antioxidants

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The Best Antioxidants for Your Skin

Antioxidants can be design to protect different aspect of the skin.

Vitamin C

Best sources of vitamin C are: papaya, pineapple, guava, kiwi, strawberry, grapefruit, brussels sprouts broccoli, kale and tomato.

Vitamin C brighten and protect the skin from free radicals, collagen production and minimize dark spots.

Mileox MD Vita-C serum 20% It is a super antioxidant serum that fights existing sun, damage as it also protect from future sun damage. The 20% concentration of Vitamin C and Ferulic acid reduces fine and wrinkles, evens the skin tone, rebuilds collagen structure, and neutralizes free radicals without causing irritation.

Vitamin A

Great souces of vitamin A are: mango, cantalope, papaya, berries, carrots, sweet potatoes, kale, green pea, bell pepper, eggs, butter, beef liver and cod liver oil.

The best anti-aging ingredient called retinol in cosmetics a derivative of vitamin A with tiny molecular structure penetrates deep into the skin to stimulate collagen production. This process accelerates cell renewal, repair, smoothing fine lines, wrinkles and improving skin tone in the process.

Vitamin E

High sources of vitamin E are: sunflower seeds, peanuts, almonds, avocado, mango, mamey, kiwi, black currant, broccoli, asparagus, red pepper, and butternut squash.

Vitamin E helps moisturize dry skin, heal faster and reduce stretch marks.

SwissZell Eye Cream Switzerland newly formulated instant Eye Wrinkle Defence Cream helps you look younger and wrinkle free. This unique formula contains milk active ingredient that instantly tenses up and reduces the appearance of wrinkles. They target the delicate eye area and fight the tiredness responsible for dark circles and puffiness. Milk contains nutritious protein due to its aminoacid content. Nourishes skin and promote younger looking skin through naturally replenished collagen and elastin fibers. Smooth the appearance of wrinkles; support skin renewal and immune function of the skin. Milk protein also provide antioxidants such as vitamins A, E, and coenzyme Q10.

Resveratrol

The best sources of this antioxidant are: red grapes, red wine, peanuts, dark chocolate, berries, and pistachios.

Resveratrol is an antimicrobial shield against pollution, sun rays and environmental stressors.

Glutathione

Consuming glutathione rich food might not be enough to make great changes in your skin but is good to incorporate in your daily diet. Beef, fish, poultry, spinach, avocados, asparagus, okra broccoli, kale, collards, cabbage, cauliflower, and watercress.

Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant that aids in cell repair and detoxify the skin.

Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10 present in our body slowly diminishes as we get older and will start showing the signs of aging in our skin. The topical application protects the skin from free radical damage and helps stimulate collagen production.

TR Zell P-Centa sheep placenta nutritional supplements are a highly concentrated and purified form of cell therapy to rejuvenate your body. Contains resveratrol, glutathione, and coenzyme Q10.

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Empowerment to embrace your natural beauty

Many women especially celebrities were encouraged to wear makeup in order to perfect all the time. The race towards today’s beauty standard can increase your insecurities to the point you don’t have the courage to walk out of the house without makeup. Women often feel that makeup is the perfect shield against judgment and often opt to put on this mask to feel comfortable and hide their insecurities of not being beautiful enough. The unrealistic beauty expectations that no human can achieve completely is a lost quest.

In 2016 Alicia Keys stopped wearing makeup in public in her journey toward self-empowerment to show her true face, mind, soul, thoughts, dreams, struggles, and emotional growth.  Keys only focus in enhancing her natural glow with a complete skin care regimen, serums, masks, rollers, oils, facials, spf, healthy meals and exercises. Many artist followed her path posting bared faced Instagram pictures.

True confidence and empowerment is to accept ones flaws and work to fix your skin issues instead of using makeup to cover it up to exude confidence. Many skin issues are due to bad habits that we need to fix from the inside out and protect the skin from the harsh environment. This will help to decrease the signs of aging in the long run, something that makeup won’t be able to cover.

In addition, love yourself and stay positive to supporting each other in the realization that worth isn’t based on looks. When you chose to wear makeup once in a while on a fancy occasion to change you look and have a dramatic red carpet entrance is awesome but not to depend on makeup to feel beautiful to please the tough audience.

Embrace your natural face with flaws and all.

Be proud to be you!

Korean skin care routine for radiant skin

 

They follow a multi-step regime

1. Double step cleansing – Cleansing two times is an important step of the skincare regime. The first step removes all traces of makeup, oil, and dirt with a liquid cleanser. Then a cleansing oil treatment eliminates bacteria and impurities from the face and neck. The second step use the mild foaming cleanser to wash the face in circular motion, using fingertips or use clarisonic’s brush to deeply clean pores and exfoliate your skin.

2. Korean women massage their face. Facial massages can increase blood circulation to give the skin a healthy glow. Massage your face following the contour of the facial muscles. begin from the cheekbones towards the temple. Then massage the the nose, forehead and the edge of the face. Lastly, use fingertips to massage the eyes to reduce puffiness.

3. Apply toner to clean face to help nourish the skin and reduce pores. The toner help hydrate and balance the skin pH level.

Elemis nourishing toner effectively tones skin, balances its pH level and preserves the natural oils, without the use of alcohol or harsh detergents, to reveal a radiant and hydrated complexion. Contains Extracts of Korean Ginseng, Quillaja Wood and Sweet Betty Flower help to revitalize and moisturize skin, leaving a radiant and hydrated complexion.

4. Essence is a nourishing liquid filled with nutrients for the skin. They contain ingredients that increases cell turnover to revitalize the skin.

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Mileox Pro Infutox Serum

5. Serums contains concentrated key active ingredients to address specific issues like brightening, dark spots, wrinkles, etc.

Mileox Pro Infutox Serum has photon red LED light has the most rejuvenation effect of the skin and increases the absorption of the serum to reduce aging fine lines, acne and pores.

Phyto Stem Cell Serum contained one of the most advanced formulas in cell growth repair and anti-aging. When used in combination with massager, the serum may penetrate effectively.

 

PBR Ampoules

6. Ampoule is a supercharged serum with even higher concentrations of active ingredients to give the skin an extra boost to help certain skin crisis in a shorter period of time.

PBR ampoule phyto placenta contains high concentration of botanical extracts with naturally occuring antioxidants which intervene in the metabolism of free radical and other substances produced by the oxidation of lipids at the cellular membrane level. Rich in amino acids and antioxidants, PBR helps protect your skin from being exposed to harmful pollution and enhances your beauty.
7. Face mask face mask infuse the active ingredients into the skin. It takes half hour for the ingredients to really penetrate your skin.
SwissZell Eyecream

SwissZell eye cream

8. Eye cream The skin around the eye is pretty thin. This area need to be hydrated and protected all day long. This will help reduce the appearance of fine lines.

SwissZell unique formula contains active ingredients that instantly tenses up and reduces the appearance of wrinkles. They target the delicate eye area and fight the tiredness responsible for dark circles and puffiness.

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Gernetic Synchro

9. Face moisturizer Apply soothing moisturizer for long lasting hydration.

Gernetic Synchro rejuvenating, revitalising, nourishing cream, reestablishes the pH of the skin.

10. SPF Applying sunscreen everyday will protect your skin from UV rays to avoid the development of dark spots and wrinkles.

 

 

The difference between essence, serum and ampoule. The level of concentrated active ingredients and what issues you want to target more. When there are several issues with your skin you can target them individually. Use essence to shrink pores. Next use a serum to target fine lines and acne in higher concentrations. Then use ampoules for a supercharged boost of complete anti-aging skin cell rejuvenation. This powerful combination will show radiant skin within two weeks while multitasking products might take longer.

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TIPS TO REVIVE TIRED COMPLEXION

Staying up all night studying or binge watching the latest season of Game of Thrones might’ve sounded like a good idea at the time, but dealing with a dull, tired complexion the next morning is never fun. There’s nothing less flattering than taking on the day with a sleepy zombie face.

Healthy skin is essential to achieving natural beauty, so make sure you have all the basics covered below before you even try to achieve a flawless complexion with cosmetic.

Stick to Hydration

A tired complexion is usually lacking in hydration, so reach for products that pack a lot of moisture. Skin cells need plenty of water in order to stay plump and healthy, and staying hydrated enables your cells to benefit by removing things such as waste products that are not healthy for the skin. Staying hydrated is one of the simplest and least expensive radiant skin tips. Coffee and tea are actually dehydrating, so try green tea instead to provide anti-inflammatory benefits and protect cell membranes.

Poor Diet

Good skin is a reflection of inner health, and what your diet contains can be reflected in dry, unhealthy skin. Nutrients play an important role in maintaining a healthy skin, so pay special attention to your diet, and take vitamin supplements to ensure that you are getting sufficient vitamins to achieve a flawless complexion.

Sleep!

Get enough sleep! Glowing skin depends on sleep to stay healthy and strong. If you have sleep deficit, your skin will be more prone to breakouts, excess oiliness or dryness and an overall dull complexion because it’s less able to withstand environmental irritants and stress factors. Regularly drinking booze and caffeine dehydrate the skin and sugary foods break down collagen and elastin over time, dulling complexions. If you can’t cut back on coffee or cake, drink lots of water and eat more veggies — they help balance your body’s pH levels, which can make skin glowy.

Focus On The Eyes

The eyes can be a dead giveaway that you are majorly lacking sleep, so I always make sure to focus a lot on a good quality eye cream. First, I like to use a lightweight cream all over the lid and eye contour to really wake the eyes up SwissZell Instant Eye Wrinkle Defense Cream is my favorite for it’s nourishing milk protein and smoothing formula that instantly fills lines and wrinkles for a radiant look.

Exfoliate: Your Skin Will Reflect More Light

Exfoliation of dead skin cells is a great way to attain a more glowing skin. The outermost layer of the epidermis is made up of dead skin cells that go through a normal process of exfoliation. However, if you want to avoid a dull complexion and uncover more glowing skin, it’s helpful to exfoliate, avoiding a buildup of these dead skin cells. Exfoliation is also great to remove dead cells that may be clogging up the top of pores.

Now that you now some of the causes and tips to regain that glow is never too late to put into practice. If you have any other ideas or techniques feel free to share below. Thank you!

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5 steps to healthy legs

Most women aim to have a nice pair of legs including myself. It is attainable but requires lots of disciple and daily care. Read on to find out how to treat bad circulation, swollen, tired legs and varicose veins.

  • Hit the gym or take light walk- When you walk or exercise, the blood is pumped back towards your heart and swelling is reduced.  Avoid prolonged sitting or standing as this may increase leg pain and swelling. Stretch and Flex those lower leg muscles to keep your blood moving.
  • Warm Bath and Massage – A warm bath can relax tense or overworked leg muscles. Bath salts are available to help energize and reinvigorate the legs. A massage by a certified therapist may relieve tired legs by stimulating circulation.
  • Avoid heat – during the summer try to avoid extended exposure of heat from tanning. hot baths, or the sauna as excessive heat will lead to veins dilation and induce swelling. You can try some cool shower bath to refresh your legs.
  • Compression stockings –Gravity can cause poor circulation by making the body fight hard to move blood up the legs. If tired legs are caused by circulation problems, such as chronic venous insufficiency, compression stockings may help. These stockings prevent blood from pooling in the feet.
    Putting your feet up for just ten minutes a day can help – lie down on the sofa and make sure your feet are raised higher than your heart. Or raise the end of your bed by six inches for extra drainage while sleeping.
  • Diet – I love eating junk foods at night and watch my favorite show. Later on, I woke up swollen up like a whale. So it is very important to eat a diet low in sodium. Caffeine, alcohol, junk food and smoking abuse can lead to fatigue. A healthy diet can also prevent obesity; carrying excess weight can be very tiring on the legs.

Make it an habit to follow these effective tips along with moderate exercise. Soon, you’ll experience a big difference in how your legs feels, you’ll have healthy leg veins that can stand up to a full day again.

For less pain and relaxing we recommends using Lympho (tonic lotion) which brings relief to tired legs and accelerates micro circulation.

 

The Bitter Truth About Dark Chocolate and Skin

Finally, something positive about one of the most infamous sweets that every person in diet hates so much but love so much at the same time.  It turns out that chocolate comes from a very special ingredient called Cacao which contains some of the most powerful antioxidants and it also brings health benefits that not only save your skin but it also help to improve your body such as improving blood circulations, IF, of course, you take it moderated.

Now, don’t jump out from your seat yet to buy your chocolate.  The bad news, we are not talking about your M&Ms, Snickers bar, or any other of your favorite chocolate bars, we are talking about Dark Chocolate.  Yes, the bitter, boring, and nasty version of your chocolate (sniff!).   It seems that studies has shown that chocolate by itself (around 70%),  can help your skin to fight against free radicals, keeping it soft, giving you a younger looking.   Dark chocolates also provide your skin with protection against UV rays and promote better skin cell regeneration.

Wondering why many heart broken women eat and eat chocolates while crying a river over the lost of their love ones? well, chocolate also helps to give you a better mood because of the high level of magnesium and relieve anxiety by releasing calming endorphins.

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The Truth About Dairy And Acne

When I was first taking action on what to do in order to improve my skin, I made sure to do my research online. I looked up “what to eat”, “what exercise to do”, even “what material of pillows” I should use. Yes I was obsessed! I wanted to know everything about my skin, and how to make it clear.

One thing that kept on popping up when looking at food to avoid was dairy. Many skin websites out there will warn you against dairy if you’re trying to get rid of acne. I was frightened so much that I tried cut out all dairy from my life. And yes, my skin did get better. But this is no proof that dairy was the culprit, since I totally cleaned up my diet and lifestyle at this time.

Actually, there’s really aren’t that much research that proves dairy causes acne. It’s one of those half-truth myths that circulate the internet. I’m not saying to drink all the milk and eat all the dairy products that you love. You should test if dairy is your specific acne trigger (or one of them). Cut it out of your diet for two weeks and monitor your skin. If you see improvement, there’s a chance that it may be your problem.

Some people find it hard to kick the dairy habit, especially if they have been eating cereal with milk from a young age. But there are healthy alternatives to milk, in form of soy or almond milk. You can easily find these at your local market. Even when I use to order from Starbucks, I asked for almond milk instead. I actually think it taste better.

For more tips on how to improve your skin, check back often to the SwissZell Blog. We also have a great product by the same name that uses natural cells from tomatoes to reverse the aging process of the skin. To find out more, visit www.SwissZell.com.

Foods to Eat This Fall To Save Your Skin

Fall is a great time of year. The weather is gets a bit chillier. The leaves start changing colors. Starbucks starts offer pumpkin spice lattes again.

One of the things I look forward to each year is all the end of the meals I have lined up: Halloween dinner, Thanksgivings dinner, and finally Christmas dinner. Whenever I even smell pumpkin flavored anything, I think of all the holidays from past year and smile as I plan for the ones ahead. However, I know that colder weather also dries out my skin, so I have to be extra careful to keep it moisturized and healthy.

Luckily, while browsing Huffington Post today, I ran across this helpful list of all the yummy foods we should be taking advantage of this fall to keep our skin shinny and bright for those awkward X-mas family photos!

Sweet Potatoes – “Vitamins A and C, both abundant in sweet potatoes, work hard to prevent acne and to heal it when it streaks.”

Beets – “Beets are a great source of anthocyanins, a powerful antioxidant that reduces inflammation and slows down the aging process, helping to prevent wrinkles.”

Apples –“ Vitamin C found in apples helps to firm and tone the skin. It protects your skin cells and slows down the appearance of aging by preventing wrinkles.

Chard –“ Munching on this leafy green vegetable that’s rich in vitamin E helps keep the moisture in the skin and protects the oils in the skin’s moisture barrier from free radical damage.”

Tomatoes– “Tomatoes not only is healthy for the body, but also has skin whitening properties and also delays the signs of wrinkles. Visit www.swisszell.com to find out more about how tomatoes can improve your skin.”

Pumpkin Seeds – “These nutty-flavored treats are packed with zinc, a mineral that’s essential in the creation of new skin cells and also aids in collagen formation.”

Squash- “Pumpkin, acorn and butternut squashes are all rich in beta carotene, which helps normalize oil production in the skin and fights acne and inflammation.”