Rejuvenex Body Lotion, 6 fl oz (180 ml)

Rejuvenex Body Lotion, 6 fl oz (180 ml)The skin is the largest organ in the human body, an excretory organ that removes toxins from our body via perspiration. It protects us from heat, cold, excessive water loss and pathogens. It also provides us with sensory information about the nature of the external world. As the outermost barrier of the body, it is exposed to various sources of oxidative stress which can negatively affect its appearance. Some of these sources are UV-irradiation and environmental toxins, such as cigarette smoke, air pollution, etc. Cross-linked (glycated) proteins are classic characteristics of apparent skin ageing. Cross-linked proteins in the skin manifest themselves as wrinkles. There has also been evidence of link between tobacco smoking and skin ageing. However, there is good news. Research indicates that we may have more control over the rate at which our skin ages. To slow the appearance of skin ageing, an individual must manage all the factors that have been identified. Scientific literature now indicates that the daily application of a variety of agents can have a profound effect on the appearance of the skin. Additionally, certain ingestible nutrients have been identified that can help to promote healthy looking skin. Ageing causes adverse effects to every skin cell in the body and commercial body lotions help only a bit more along with moisture retention. Rejuvenex Body Lotion, on the other hand, provides the best agents known to science to promote healthier looking skin. In addition to moisturising agents, Rejuvenex® Body Lotion offers: Antioxidant vitamins and melatonin; Ginkgo extract to help protect and soothe; Topically applied nucleic acids (RNA DNA) to reduce the appearance of creases. Rejuvenex® Body Lotion offers a myriad of benefits that help improve the appearance of the skin. Yet, it costs less than high-priced commercial products.

Price: 18.88 EUR
Advertiser Id: 5051353
Advertiser Name: Life Extension Europe

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