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Free Radicals

By | October 19th, 2014|Ageing, Antioxidants|

Not seen by the naked eye but do exist, stealing the natural beauty and health of your skin. They are chemicals caused by too much sun, air pollution and stress which have an oxidative effect, destroy cells which causes ageing, cancer and breaks down DNA. Antioxidants found in fruits and vegetables provide vitamins, amino acids [...]

Great Skin At Any Age

By | December 21st, 2014|Ageing, Mature Age, Skin Health|

Your skin is a mirror of every physical, emotional, spiritual and chemical reaction going on inside your body.  Never doubt yourself!  It  is never too late to reverse damage to your skin. It is possible to retrain and re-programme your skin's cells to function at their optimum level. At Elixir Skin Fitness the perfect combination [...]

Dietary Fats For Healthy Skin

By | October 19th, 2014|Ageing, Skin Health|

No dietary nutrient has more impact on the health of the skin than fat. Essential skin supporting vitamins like Vitamin A, D, E and K used topically are all fat soluble which means without a sufficient amount of fat in your diet they won't be adequately absorbed resulting in rough, dry skin prone to blackheads [...]

Interesting Facts About Ageing

By | October 19th, 2014|Ageing|

Some interesting facts about ageing... There are two types of ageing - instrinsic and extrinsic which effect collagen and elastin loss. Intrinsic factors are determined by heredity and genetics (fine wrinkling and loss of fat). Extrinsic ageing is determined by external and environmental factors such as sun exposure and lifestyle (smoking, drinking, medication, drugs and [...]