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Derma Correct

by Jerome Princy (2020-02-07)

How do antioxidants help Derma Correct Review reduce deep forehead lines? They repair free radical damage. Free radical damage probably starts around the age of 20, maybe even earlier. It is known that the heart's coenzyme Q10 content starts to go down around that age. It can be assumed that the same thing goes on in other bodily organs. Lest we forget, the skin is an organ of the body. It needs the same kinds of nutrients necessary for the rest of the body, maybe even more of them. It is subjected to more sources of free radical damage than any other bodily organs. The underlying cause of deep forehead lines is sometimes attributed to overexposure to the sun. Roughness, dryness, age spots and uneven pigmentation is usually referred to as sun damage. That's an easy way to think of it. But, those things are actually visible signs of free radical damage. One of the studies concerning the benefits of coenzyme Q10 included volunteers suffering from known sun damage. As with the other studies, there was a significant improvement after three months of use. Knowledge of these studies has caused cosmetic companies to start adding a drop or two of the antioxidant to their formula. Small amounts will not be effective. If you are trying to reduce deep forehead lines, you want to look for a cream that contains the same concentration that was used in clinical trials. You also need to make sure that the "form" is right. The right form of coenzyme Q10 is a nano-emulsion. Nano-emulsions contain tiny particles of the antioxidant to insure that it penetrates deeply. It is a good idea to use skincare products that are free of artificial preservatives and added fragrances. Those ingredients can work against you. Other nutrients have proven to be beneficial in clinical studies when applied directly to the skin's surface. It seems that the solution for deep forehead lines and other signs of aging is to keep the skin well nourished.