Dietary and Environmental Impacts That Contribute To Aging

Skin aging from our diets: Wrinkling of skin (rhytides), increased stiffness and loss of elasticity are all related to changes in the collagen and elastic fibers of the skin, which are themselves impacted by diet, lifestyle and nutrition. Particularly damaging are the chronic ingestion of sucrose and fructose, foods cooked by grilling, frying, and roasting. Including any of these in your diet can lead to skin aging due to to higher levels of advanced glycation end products (AGEs), which in turn result in the aging of the skin through cross-linking of the proteins of your collagen and elastin.

Aging of the Skin Through Cross-linking Of The Proteins

Research shows that the ingredients contained in OProCyn could be useful in the attenuation of UV-radiation-induced oxidative stress-mediated skin diseases in human skin, and may provide an excellent antioxidant for your skin that also regulates gene signals associated with UV-induced skin stress.