Discover New Skin-Nourishing Nutrition

Let’s Nourish Skin from the Inside Out: Introducing Beauty Essentials! 

For thousands of years, people have searched for shortcuts to beautiful, ageless skin. From rosewater, milk baths and patchouli oil (Egypt), to olive oil and sand exfoliators (Greece), to rice water and ginseng (China), humans have used natural ingredients to help stave off aging. 

And while nearly everyone experiments with topical treatments, the truth is that some of the best results come internally…from good nutrition. That’s because certain nutrients promote skin health, appearance and moisture levels. Let’s look at a few nutrients that support the goal of beautiful, healthy skin.

Vitamin C: helps form vital connective tissue as it aids collagen production. Collagen is the protein-based material that helps skin hold its shape. C also helps protect cells from free radical damage, which occurs as a result of sunlight (UV rays), pollution and even exercise.  

Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5) holds water in the skin. This increases moisture, softness and smoothness: 3 things we all want! Bonus: it supports energy production too! 

Zinc is a trace mineral associated with skin health and normal appearance. It promotes skin moisture and quells irritation. Zinc also supports your own natural immunity. Not getting enough zinc in the diet is often associated with skin issues. 

Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6) helps both skin and hair look healthy. It also helps the body metabolize protein.  

Soy contains nutrients called isoflavones that, according to some research, help nourish the skin and structural system. Soy has been known to support bone health and especially benefit mature women.  

  • Skin moisture, softness, health and appearance
  • Bone health
  • Immunity
  • Energy production
  • Healthy looking hair
  • Female glandular health
  • Stress management

Support healthy and graceful aging… Combat free radical damage… And build your immune defenses. Get yours and start sharing new Beauty Essentials today!



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