The Benefits of CoEnzyme Q10 for Your Skin December 16 2015

What is it and where does it come from?

Rich sources of CoEnzyme Q10 come from fish, meat, nuts, soybeans, fruit, vegetables and eggs. 

Stocking your pantry with quick sources are highly recommended – almonds, pistachios and sardines. It is in every cell of the body (the name ubiquinone stems from its ubiquity), but is present in higher concentrations in organs with higher energy requirements such as the kidneys, liver, and heart.

What can it do for you?

CoEnzyme Q10 is a powerful antioxidant that your body naturally makes, but can decrease for individuals over 35. Internally, there are studies that show that it can improve the symptoms of muscular dystrophy, as well as slow the progression of dementia and Alzheimer’s. Topically, it has been proven to be a very important part of anti aging skin care. Biofactors has medical study documentation that shows it decreased the depth of wrinkles and helped dramatically protect the skin against UVA radiation. It has the distinct ability to block the suns damaging rays that create and spread melanoma. Topically applied CoQ10 penetrates the skin’s surface to the living layers of the epidermis, where it reduced oxidative stress, a known contributor to aging and disease. Other studies show that it can boost the skin’s ability to repair itself and reduce free radical damage, slowing the aging process. Including this ingredient in one’s skin care and anti aging regime is insurance to ward off the signs of aging and protection from the elements.

You will greatly benefit by adding a skin care product that contains CoEnzyme Q10 in your daily regime can greatly benefit your anti aging efforts.  We have two excellent options, freshly batched the day your order it:



Jeanette Quillen, Owner & Formulator
Claribelskincare.com

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10416055
http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/ART03367/Coenzyme-Q10-CoQ10.html
http://www.lifeextension.com/magazine/2006/8/report_coq10/Page-01