BioBees Royal Beauty Skin Repair – The Secret to Eternal Youth?
BioBee’s® Anti-Wrinkle formula has been produced to target free radical attack by supplying a product which is extremely rich in antioxidants which ‘kill off’ free radicals. The earlier that one starts with supplying the correct nutrients that are required, the more the potential for retaining healthy youthful skin becomes possible
- Contains BioBee’s® Royal Jelly (3 x Lyophilised - equivalent to 450mg of RJ)
- Vitamin C detoxifies and promotes normal collagen function
- Pine Bark extract contains antioxidants 20x more powerful than Vitamin C
- Vitamin E (D- Alpha Tocopherol) may slow the ageing process and speed up cell renewal
- Lycopene may decrease oxidative damage of DNA and oxidative stress of cigarette smoke
- Hyaluronic Acid helps maintain structure and retain skin moisture
Ingestible beauty supplements are a highly important addition to your skincare regimen. The body rebuilds from the inside out and can only utilise the nutrients that are available within to accomplish this. Therefore the quality of the finished renewal and protective processes are reflected, quite literally, in the skin. By providing the correct balance of premium quality nutrients the maximum potential for healthy youthful skin may be achieved.
BioBee’s® anti-wrinkle formula has been produced to target free radical attack by supplying a product which is extremely rich in antioxidants which ‘kill off’ free radicals.
Free Radical Attack
An apple slice turns brown. Fish becomes stale or rancid, iron rusts. These results from a natural process called oxidation. It happens to all cells in nature, including the ones in your body. Here's how oxidation works. As oxygen interacts with cells of any type – be it an apple slices or in or on your body, oxidation occurs via the free radicals that are produced. This produces some type of change in those cells. They may die, such as with rotting fruit. In the case of cut skin, dead cells are replaced in time by fresh, new cells, resulting in a healed cut. Sunlight or just daylight on a cloudy day interacts with the skin that is exposed to it. This produces free radicals which are a major source for the ageing of skin.
‘Free radicals’ is term often used to describe damaged cells that can be problematic. They are ‘free’ because they are missing a critical molecule, which sends them on a rampage to pair with another molecule. These molecules will rob any other molecule, normally from a healthy cell, to quench that need.
It is all very well killing off free radicals. However the body must utilise nutrients that rebuild the damage. Collagen for instance, knits skin together. Collagen production is dependent on certain other nutrients such as vitamin C being available.