Pure Beauty Supplement
The following are facts about the compounds present in the supplements used mainly for skin, nails, and joints. Hyaluronic Acid
Hyaluronic acid is a substance that we find in the composition of numerous cosmetics and skin care creams. We can also find this name if we look at the components of many food supplements. It is clear that it is a compound that must be beneficial for us, but… what is it? What exactly is hyaluronic acid used for and why should we worry if we are short of it?
Benefits of Hyaluronic acid
The main function of hyaluronic acid is to attract and retain water molecules, so if its concentration level in the epidermis is too low, it can cause discomforts such as dry skin and the appearance of other complications such as wrinkles or dermatitis. Marine Collagen
Marine collagen (or fish collagen ) is an ingredient of marine origin that is becoming fashionable as an active ingredient in anti-wrinkle supplements and cosmetics.
Products containing marine collagen are mainly used for the beauty of the skin and the good maintenance of health, especially of the joints. Vitamin D
The fact that vitamin D is synthesized in the skin, together with its antioxidant properties and its involvement with the functioning of the immune system, makes it a component closely related to the health of the dermis. Adequate levels of vitamin D in our body help prevent premature aging of the skin. In addition, various studies have confirmed the relationship between vitamin D deficiency and greater involvement of autoimmune dermatological diseases such as acne, rosacea, psoriasis, or dermatitis. MCT Oil (medium-chain triglyceride)
It is a supplement that is normally taken in the morning and among the benefits that it is supposed to report, are helping you lose weight, an improvement in cognitive capacity, and an improvement in your levels of energy, that is, it promises to turn you into a mental ace, and also help you lose weight. It is also considered a good supplement for those following a ketogenic diet. NMN (Nicotinamide Mononucleotide)
Nicotinamide mononucleotide, NMN, is a molecule that has been identified as a key factor in reversing the effects of aging in mouse stem cells. The NMN molecule increases NAD+, which is related to human metabolism and cellular energy. The researchers found that by supplementing the mice with NMN, they were able to reverse some of the effects of cellular aging seen in these mice. After six weeks, the researchers saw an increase in the number of blood vessels and an improvement in mitochondrial function in both liver and muscle tissue and found that it might be possible to rebuild muscle mass. NMN improves cognitive function and increases endurance. It is used to treat angiogenesis (growth of new blood vessels) NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide)
NAD or nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide is a derivative of Vitamin B3 also known as niacin, niacinamide or nicotinamide (soluble form). NAD is used in more than 500 reactions, it has a crucial role in metabolism, cell aging, DNA repair, and gene expression.