Who knew something you could find in the kitchen could be so beneficial in the beauty world!?
“What: Turmeric is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory used for thousands of years in India’s Ayurveda medicine system. Curcumin is the yellow pigment and healing compound found in turmeric. The human body cannot absorb curcumin well, but the major scientific breakthrough, Theracurmin, is 300 times more bioavailable than regular curcumin.” – DV Communications
Laboratory research has confirmed that curcumin can reduce inflammation, provide antioxidant protection to cells, and reduce risk factors for chronic degenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, rheumatoid arthritis, and cancer.
Why: Normal aging and exposure to elements – sun, wind and pollution – all take their toll on skin, but exposure to internal free radicals is also a major cause of damage. All these factors lead to activation of NF-kappaB, resulting in abnormal skin cell function as well as a breakdown in the collagen structures that support the skin and hold in moisture.
How: From a beauty perspective, Theracurmin is a powerful anti-inflammatory and was studied to examine its effects on protecting the skin against cell damage and aging. Theracurmin produced a 15% increase in skin moisture content in four weeks. In addition, there were significant improvements noted on age spots, wrinkles, and pores on the facial skin.
Where: Theracurmin can be purchased at reputable health food stores across Canada.
Well… now it’s official, Faye will be testing out this product to see if what has been said is true.. stay tuned!
Makeup & Hair
Blog By: Shayla Rose
(Thank you to DV Communications for sending this information our way!)