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Young Clear Skin

Young clear skin comes down to supporting and maintaining the underlying health of the skin. You see, all the methods I mentioned above are surface treatments. They are intended to provide a temporary, cosmetic effect that gives the appearance of revitalized skin.

In order to get true, healthy, long-lasting results, the skin cells that reside deep within the dermis must be given specific protection and support.

Skin care scientists, who have known this for years, have struggled to find substances that can penetrate deeply enough to interact with the cells. Interaction means delivering supportive nutrients to the cell.

Fortunately, their “aha” moment came when they realized that “natural” skin needs “natural” substances to nourish and support healthy cell function.

Why is cell function so important? Because when cells are functioning properly they produce robust levels of collagen and elastin. These two structural proteins play a critical role in maintaining young, clear, firm, smooth, moist, even toned skin.

Aging, dull, spotty skin is the direct result of damaged, sickly skin cells that can no longer produce collagen and elastin.

So many of these “new-thinking” scientists have used this knowledge to look for the safest, most effective natural extracts that stimulate and support collagen and elastin production. Some of the most promising substances include avocado, macadamia nut, and grapeseed oils, sheep wool extract, Japanese sea kelp, active Manuka honey, natural vitamin E, Shea butter, and babbasu, to name a few.

Clinical studies on these substances have resulted in significant improvements in natural moisture retention, smoothness, firmness, and even tone. Scientists attribute these tests results to an increase in collagen and elastin production.