Aging is a natural process that happens to everyone. People will try as much as possible to dodge it or prolong their youthful good looks. Most people will resort to keeping skin youthful-looking using all sorts of supplements. Using these skin supplements requires careful study, as the wrong anti-aging supplement will have harmful effects instead of positive ones.
There’s no answer to what the right anti-aging supplements are. A good rule of thumb would be that they possess some or all of these anti-aging ingredients: a dose of SWT-7 stem cell tech that renews skin cells, Exo-P and New Zealand grapeseed oil for skin protection and giving back those cells their youthful zeal, and jojoba oil as well as natural astaxanthin to nourish skin and defy skin aging, respectively.
When applied right and used at the right moment, a good skin supplement can help a person look younger than they truly are. Some wrinkles are effectively fought back by these ingredients. These include elastotic wrinkles, which appear on the upper lip and cheeks and are said to be signs of ‘premature ageing’; atrophic crinkling rhytids, also known as dry wrinkles, and appear regularly as an after-effect of UV exposure; and dynamic expression lines, or wrinkles that appear on the facial skin due to action or contraction of the muscles beneath.
It’s not that hard to combat these effects with proper treatment. A good supplement to take is AstaSupreme’s new Supreme Health’s Advanced True Radiance. It’s a daily formula that’s good as an ‘internal beauty pill’—a supplement that uses AstaNZ natural astaxanthin and other important natural vitamins and extracts to give back lost youth to the skin.