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Antioxidants for skin & its benefits

“I need a list of antioxidants that are good for my skin!”

“How do antioxidants benefit our skin?”

“What are antioxidants and why are they an important element in our skin care?”

“I feel so lost reading blogs and articles on antioxidants. Do I really need to know all this?”

After reviewing these kind of queries sent to us, we ourselves felt lost thinking where to start!?

So we thought of creating a love story, where our “skin” falls in love with “antioxidants” because of the way it protects her.♥ Awww! Are we still hungover from Valentines’ day! ?

Let’s say that “antioxidants” is the hero of your skin care movie. These heroes terminate the chain reactions that damage the cells (aka the beautiful diva of your movie).

Wow! We’re kinda proud of our creativity levels.

Guess we should also think about a venture in online skin care awareness sessions.

Well, in a way we’re already doing that on Instagram. If you’re already not our follower yet; please click HERE

Alright, going back to our love story where the villain is the “chain reactions”.

Basically, these chain reactions cause you wrinkles, age spots, pigmentation, freckles….rather all of them.

And antioxidants boost your skin’s collagen production that is a vital key for healthy skin.

So to keep your skin flawless, you need these heroes in your skin care products.

Look for the following antioxidants in “ingredients” before you buy your next skin care products:

Vitamin A (also read Retinol) | “All- rounder” award winner

  • Stimulates collagen production
  • Speeds up cell turnover
  • Treats acne
  • Improves texture
  • Diminishes age spots & blemishes

Food sources:

Cantaloupe, carrots, squash, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, chicken, eggs, fish

Products with natural Retinol/ Vitamin A

Vitamin C (also read ascorbic acid) | A hero with “lifetime achievement” award

  • Brightens & tightens the skin
  • Protects against free radicals
  • Boosts collagen

Food sources:

Citrus fruits, tomatoes, potatoes, kiwi, broccoli, strawberries, red & green peppers

Products with natural Vitamin C

Vitamin E (also read tocopherol) | “Most loved” award winner

  • accelerates skin healing process
  • prevents dryness
  • helps condition the skin
  • prevents sun damage

Food sources:

sunflower seeds, almonds, peanuts, spinach, sunflower/safflower/ soybean oil

Products with natural Vitamin E

Vitamin B3 (also read niacinamide) | “Most popular” award winner

  • Boosts skin barriers
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Retains moisture
  • Treats pigmentation & acne
  • Boosts performance of other antioxidants….aint that great!

Food sources:

fish, meat, cereals, milk, leafy veggies, coffee & tea

Products with natural Niacinamide

Green/ White Tea extract (also read catechins)

  • Polyphenols boost skin’s immune health
  • Protects from UV damage


  • Improves cellular function
  • Stimulates healthy collagen
  • Boosts skin’s natural barriers
  • Brighten & even skin tone
  • Prevents dryness

Food sources:

grapes, peanuts, berries, cocoa & dark chocolate


  • Regenerate vitamin C & E
  • Regulate cell growth
  • Slow aging process
  • Help fight autoimmune disease by protecting mitochondria cells
  • Lighten skin tone by converting melanin to a lighter tone
  • Strengthen body’s defense system
  • Eliminate fat soluble toxins & heavy metals

Food sources:

mushrooms, meat, eggs, rice, fish, onion, garlic, cabbage, dairy products

Ellagic acid

  • Lightens skin tone
  • Reduce age spots and pigmentation caused by harmful UV rays
  • Blocks production of MMP that breaks collagen
  • Reduce ICAM molecule that causes premature wrinkles, dark spots, acne, any skin issues basically

Food sources:

pomegranate, strawberries, grapes, guava, walnuts

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