Your skin is a constant target of free radicals, stress and various external aggressors such as pollution. Additional threats include the sun’s UV and blue rays, inappropriate soaps and harsh cosmetics.
These risk factors can cause your skin to lose its immunity, vitality, elasticity, pigmentation, and moisture. This results in various diseases and disorders and a deterioration in your skin’s overall health.
To counteract this, LOOV Food brings you these five timeless skincare essentials to help your skin maintain its health and youthful sparkle:
- The omega-wealth of sea buckthorn.
- The protective and healing powers of blueberries.
- The little-known graces of lingonberries.
- The surprising superiority of the primitive Chaga mushroom.
- Astaxanthin’s colossal antioxidant powers and its near-endless benefits.
1. Astaxanthin: The King of Superfoods
Astaxanthin is nature’s most potent antioxidant against free radicals and oxidative damage.
This antioxidant will improve your skin’s elasticity and texture through adequate moisturisation. It’s also able to prevent age-related wrinkles and spots. Better still, it will protect your skin from the sun’s harmful UV and blue rays.
Begin taking astaxanthin to reap its DNA repair genius and prevent cancer cell development.
Astaxanthin will increase your body’s immunoglobulin reservoir, raising your immunity against skin diseases such as melanoma.
Pure Nordic Astaxanthin‘s anti-inflammatory power will neutralise free radicals and fortify your skin against eczema and other skin diseases. This nutritional powerhouse will also tremendously slow down your skin’s ageing rate.
Organic astaxanthin is 6,000 times more powerful than vitamin C and 800 times more potent than CoQ10. What’s more, we deliver it to you without down-rating it. We achieve this through supercritical CO2 extraction, a scientifically proven and safe method of harvesting the maximum amount of nutrients, flavours and fragrances from plants.
The table below will help you see the difference between natural and synthetic supplements.
|Real superfoods rich in essential ingredients
|Pseudo supplements (placebos) without any nutritional value
|Safe and beneficial for your consumption
|Useless, unsafe and harmful to your body
|Full of natural, essential and nourishing ingredients
|Laden with sweeteners, chemical preservatives and synthetic fillers
|Timely and easily assimilated into and eliminated out of your body
|Hard to absorb and leave harmful residue in your body
|Grown away from industrial and human pollutants, clean and safe
|Exposed to pollution, industrial chemicals and radioactivity
2. Blueberries: The Nutrition Blues Buster
Organic blueberries are among the most antioxidant-rich popular fruits. They’ve got a high anthocyanin content, fibre and vitamins. This wealth makes them a surefire weapon against free radicals.
Natural blueberries are a rich source of two essential proteins known as collagen and elastin. These are responsible for your skin’s beautiful structure and firmness. A deficiency of these proteins will lead to the sagging and wrinkling of your skin.
Add wild Nordic non-GMO blueberries into your diet for enough antioxidant supplementation to neutralise free radicals. This way, you will prevent oxidative ageing.
Blueberries are loaded with anti-inflammatory and antibacterial compounds such as salicylic acid, which makes them a natural antidote for acne.
Maintain your youthful look for longer with blueberries’ anthocyanin. This antioxidant will mitigate the sun’s adverse effects and premature ageing.
3. Chaga Mushroom: The Primitive Genius
Chaga mushrooms are full of antioxidants that refresh and protect every skin type from disorders such as eczema. It’s also a rich source of antioxidant enzymes, active in hydrating your skin.
LOOV Food’s organic Chaga has the unique ability to replenish your melanin pigmentation, which will keep you protected from the sun’s penetrating UV rays and bolster your skin’s resilience. Better still, it’ll erase the dark spots caused on your skin by UV rays.
Natural Chaga strengthens your body against acne, melanoma, cancer and discolouration. These opportunistic disorders result from ageing, stress, poor diet, or pollution.
Chaga’s plentiful supply of Betulinic acid enables the healing of wounds. This is possible through its active role in the regeneration and restoration of your skin cells in case of injury.
Chaga is also rich in fibre, polyphenols, anthocyanins and minerals such as:
Natural Chaga has the highest Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) among natural superfoods. This means it’s very effective in neutralising free radicals.
4. Sea Buckthorn: The Omega Mystic
Sea buckthorn holds the world omega record by containing all four (3, 6, 7 and 9). No other plant is known to consist of all known omegas naturally. Besides these credentials, sea buckthorn is famous for its abundance of:
- Vitamins such as A, C and E
- Fatty acids such as palmitoleic and gamma
- Antioxidants such as flavonoids and polyphenols
Nordic natural sea buckthorn holds the most revered medicinal profile among fruits. This advantage gives sea buckthorn an edge against skin conditions like acne, eczema and blackheads.
Add sea buckthorn to your diet for enough linoleic acid and lipid supplements. These ingredients prevent skin dehydration and promote elasticity. Sea buckthorn will moisturise and oil your skin from within and even reduce atrophy.
5. Lingonberries: The Body’s Red Brigade
Lingonberries are another skin health powerhouse. They’re packed with essential acids such as linoleic and tocotrienol. These compounds and antioxidants will make your skin more resilient to external irritants.
Wild Nordic lingonberries will enhance the rate of your skin’s cell turnover and regeneration. At the same time, their oils will smooth, hydrate and soften your skin, making it fresh and youthful.
Lingonberries are full of antioxidants that neutralise free radicals and fight disease-causing microorganisms. They’re also rich in anthocyanins and flavonoids. Lingonberries mitigate the effects of ageing, impurities, pollution and toxins.
Give your skin an even tone and protect it from hyperpigmentation by adding lingonberries to your diet. Lingonberries prevent excess melanin production by inhibiting tyrosinase, the enzyme responsible for melanin synthesis.
Add Vitality to Your Skin
These five supplements stand out from the superfood crowd due to their natural nutrient endowment. Eating enough of them will keep your skin and body healthy and beautiful. Boost your immunity, comfort and self-confidence by making them a natural part of your meals.
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