Inflammation Fighters

It's important to fight inflammation from the inside out, but topical skin care that contains supercharged ingredients and proven antioxidants is an important piece of the anti-inflammation puzzle, too. There is a whole crop of inflammation-fighting ingredients in skin-care products today. While vitamins are some of the more noted anti-inflammatory agents, these key players also provide excellent skin benefits.

Ginger. Praised for its holistic healing abilities, ginger helps to mitigate the effects of inflammation because of its natural antioxidant properties, which reduce cellular stress.

Ginseng. Boasting more than 25 different antioxidants, ginseng works to regulate the release of enzymes that destroy the skin.

Vitamin C. Orally, vitamin C acts as an anti-inflammatory, and, when it's applied to the skin, it helps to fend off free radicals while improving skin clarity, especially dullness, caused by sun damage. Vitamin C products and those that contain derivatives of the vitamin are especially beneficial for preventing sunburned skin.

Coffeberry. The fruit of the coffee bean is said to be one of the most potent antioxidants-three times more powerful than green tea.

Alpha Lipoic Acid. This rather small molecule packs a powerful punch. It affects how the cell is able to protect itself and helps get rid of scar tissue, a result of inflammation.

Mushroom Extract. Traditionally used in Eastern medicine, and becoming more mainstream, some varieties of mushrooms double as powerful antioxidants, scavenging off free radicals.

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    I saw the biggest difference when I began to use Revaleskin care products with 1.5% coffeeberry, so I started taking the "new chapter Coffeeberry oral supplement" and now I plan to add these other ~Ginseng, mushroom, ect. to my daily supplements!

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