Coenzyme is a natural substance that our body produces from the foods we eat. It is in all our cells. Therefore, it is also called ubiquinone. It stays in our body because this coenzyme helps in the energy house of the cells and the process of converting food into energy in the cells.
Our skin is the largest part of our body. It is the part of the body most exposed to the external environment. It has two functions. It allows the necessary external energy to enter our body and at the same time it must protect our body from many unwanted forces. For example, our body needs to let in sunlight to produce the necessary vitamin D. At the same time, it must ensure that the sun’s UV rays do not harm us. It seems that the skin must have the ability to maintain balance. As long as the cell is strong, it can produce the necessary energy and is there to protect our body. If the cells are weak, the skin weakens, loses its strength. It will appear grassy and soft. Eventually, we are faster than normal.
Coenzyme plays an important role in supporting energy production
And also has antioxidant power, if we ensure that it is present in the necessary levels in our body, we are able to ensure that good skin. Now we need to know where that coenzyme is in order to benefit from it. In beef, pork and lamb, sardines and mackerel, eggs, etc. It is also found in spinach, broccoli, wheat germ, peanuts and whole grains. They should be taken fresh and not processed.
In addition to the aforementioned nutrients, this enzyme can also be used as an ingredient in natural creams for light and dull skin. I’m sure you won’t believe it, because most of the tools are gimmicks, temporary and may have other effects. However, one of the above applications contains this coenzyme Q10 in an active form.
We understand how it can work. Firstly, the molecules of these enzymes cannot easily penetrate through different types of skin. Therefore, it should be applied and crushed into small pieces. It is a fat-soluble coenzyme. Therefore, it is in the form of an emulsion. To clarify, if it is applied in the form of a nano emulsion micro fluidization formulation, it can work.
The Anti-Aging Skin Care Guide to a Younger Look
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Anti-aging skin care tips are becoming popular on the internet and in various magazines. The anti-aging skin care industry has grown to a level few could have imagined. Anyone who wants to use their personal opinion or knowledge in the design of this or that product. How do you know what to believe?
Almost any good skin care guide will tell you that it makes sense to use sunscreen because most skin damage happens over time. You come from the sun. If you start using sunscreen today, you’ll save your skin from years of damage, but what can you do about the damage that’s already happened? This information is a little hard to come by. Your body’s cells contain natural vitamins, such as a compound called coenzyme. The sun’s UV rays reduce the level of coenzyme in your skin. Without this powerful antioxidant protection, free radicals will begin to damage your skin cells. Supplementing with vitamin coenzyme is the newest concept in antiaging skin care.
The company has created a remarkable offering,
A Nano emulsion and natural vitamin E in a topical cream, the first pore-absorbing antioxidant. The ingredients are designed to penetrate all 7 layers of the skin and destroy free radicals. Surprisingly, I haven’t read about this breakthrough in an anti-aging skin care guide.
Another trend that has emerged in recent years is microdermabrasion and peeling as an effective form of anti-aging skin care. In our opinion, they are not wise practices at all. Similar procedures are performed by removing the top layer of skin, which is done to reveal the healthy layer underneath.
Our main problem with exfoliation
Is that this process not only removes dead skin cells from your face, but also removes healthy cells. There are more subtle ways to achieve the same goal. For example, a rich moisturizing mask removes dead skin cells, leaving healthy skin cells behind. We do not believe that these particle size distribution analysis are part of the anti-aging skin care guidelines. A little warning about the lies popularized by many anti-aging skin care manufacturers.