How Falling Asleep Helps with Pimples, Dark Circles and Beauty

  When you’re asleep, your body isn’t simply in hibernation; it’s hard at work repairing damage. In the short term, signs of sleep deprivation include sunken eyes, dark circles, puffiness, and pale skin. However, the long-term cellular consequences are less obvious. Collagen growth, wound healing, skin hydration, and inflammation are affected by sleep. Having a … More How Falling Asleep Helps with Pimples, Dark Circles and Beauty

A for Effort: How Vitamin A Benefits Acne, Wrinkles and Collagen

Can Eating Mangos Make You Look Younger? Yes! It works like this: UV radiation damages skin by triggering the breakdown of dermal collagen and fibrillin (fiber in the skin that holds everything together – connective tissue). Clinical signs of photo-aging include fine lines and deep wrinkles, hyperpigmentation (sun spots), roughness, spider veins, and sallowness. Vitamin … More A for Effort: How Vitamin A Benefits Acne, Wrinkles and Collagen

Sunshine or Popping Pills? Which One Gives You the Most Vitamin D

  For most of us, the sun is the primary means of getting our daily required dose of Vitamin D3. Exactly how much sun we need to produce enough vitamin D depends on many factors. The vitamin D that we obtain from our diet is initially inactive; it must travel through our circulatory system to … More Sunshine or Popping Pills? Which One Gives You the Most Vitamin D