What woman doesn’t want wrinkle free skin?! But what most women don’t know is that younger-looking skin happens not just but what you put on your face, but also from what you feed your skin. Over the next few days, I am going to give you my top 5 supplement recommendations for wrinke free skin. Here is my first recommendation:
Before telling you about the targeted supplements that you should be using, it’s good to know what basic nutrients feed your skin from within and keep it looking healthy, younger, and wrinkle free. They include beta-carotene (5,00025,000 IU daily), vitamin E (4002,000 IU daily), vitamin C (1,000 mg daily), citrus bioflavonoids (100300 mg daily), lutein (515 mg daily), lycopene (510 mg daily), grapeseed extract (2550 mg daily), and ginkgo biloba (120 mg daily).
These nutrients work together to provide powerful antioxidant protection, collagen preservation and repair, and a protective internal sunscreen. In a study of 80 postmenopausal women, supplementation with these nutrients resulted in significant improvements in skin density; wrinkles around the eyes, the mouth, and on the forehead; blotchiness; and wrinkles, sagging, and dark circles under the eyes.
You can find many of these nutrients in a good, high-potency multinutrient product, and they are also sold separately at most health food stores and vitamin shops.