The new powerful antioxidant of the future

In the search for the properties that food has to protect us from premature aging, I came across an antioxidant that was unknown to me and that has surprised me. Ten times more powerful than vitamin C, fourteen times stronger than vitamin E, and fifty-four times more powerful than any other beta-carotene.

I’m talking about astaxanthin. Which apparently would be the star ingredient in cosmetics in the not too distant future. Astaxanthin comes from a marine microalgae called Haematococcus pluvialis. It is a natural substance that provides micronutrients to your skin, prevents, slows down and improves the effects of photoaging. Such as spots, wrinkles, sagging, and even spider veins.

Astaxanthin is currently considered the most powerful antioxidant that exists to this day. An ingredient that provides great benefits and that combats oxidative stress. It is capable of maintaining collagen levels. And it protects the skin from environmental factors and, of course, from ultraviolet rays.

It improves the appearance of the skin, and makes this improvement last throughout the year, eliminating spots and preventing them from coming out during the summer months. Increases the elasticity of the skin in an obvious way, as well as its luminosity and uniformity. We can find it in foods such as microalgae, various yeasts, salmon, trout, krill, shrimp, crabs, and wild crustaceans.

Although it can also be found in capsules as a dietary supplement. It is always recommended to consult any change in your beauty routine with a specialist. Be it a dermatologist or a nutritionist.


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