Anti-ageing treatments are in trend, and products to reduce the consequences of ageing are a must for many women and men.
On the market, we find creams, treatments, foods, vitamins and supplements that help to slow down the ageing process, but not slow it down. But, what if we could use the remedies and plants that nature provides us to take care of ourselves from the inside and stop cellular oxidation?
Experts in natural origin products from Naturadika are committed to the use of plants that prevent oxidation and delay ageing. The best-known antioxidants are vitamins A, C, E and coenzyme Q10, although many lesser-known plants have proven to be very effective. If these components are missing in our diet, oxidation and ageing are precipitated, hence it is so important to reinforce with natural supplements.
Next, we will tell you about the properties of some plants that will help you delay cellular oxidation, the main cause of ageing.
We start with zinc, a basic mineral in our diet that contributes to the maintenance of normal testosterone levels and protects cells against oxidative damage. You can find it in many foods, both vegetable and animal. For example, in green leafy vegetables, avocado, in fish or in meat.
Guarana contains polyphenols, substances well known for their antioxidant power as they help fight the damage caused by free radicals, involved in the early ageing of the body.
Cayenne and black pepper
Not only do they help fight oxidation, they also help you maintain physical shape. Cayenne pepper helps reduce appetite, which increases when you least need it and also increases thermogenesis. For its part, black pepper and its famous active compound, piperine, promote fat burning.
Aloe vera has moisturizing, anti-ageing, antioxidant and decongestant properties so that it combats the signs of fatigue and age in general and in particular in the eye area if applied to the skin. In fact, many cosmetic products are made from aloe vera.
Pomegranate helps to slow down premature cellular ageing caused by free radicals. Thanks to its vitamin C content, it is an ideal ingredient to care for the skin, it facilitates the process of regeneration of tissues and mucous membranes. It prevents wrinkles, dehydration, sagging, blemishes or expression lines. It is a great source of vitamins A and E, which provide elasticity and luminosity to the skin.
The properties of this dehydrated root are numerous: it helps prevent premature ageing of the skin, it is recommended for acne and blemishes, it nourishes, and it can be applied on wounds, among other qualities.
It is a medicinal plant known and used for centuries in Korea. In recent years it has become a widely used ingredient in cosmetics because of its soothing properties and its antioxidant effect that makes it a must for anti-ageing.
It is a plant with a very high content of resveratrol, a molecule that protects plants from damage caused by bacteria, fungi and ultraviolet radiation. In humans, it has powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects and helps delay ageing.
It is about a plant in which, recently, a group of scientists from the Austrian University of Graz discovered a molecule, a flavonoid, which has the ability to delay ageing, helping to neutralize the changes generated in cells with the passage of weather.
Thanks to the rosavin and the salidroside found in it, it improves the levels of serotonin and dopamine that act on mood and increase energy.