Anti-ageing begins on the inside, with the nutrients that we eat. Eating the right foods can change our risk for many of the serious diseases of ageing. It can also help us keep our skin in the best condition possible.
Colladeen® Visage is a supplement that provides both anthocyanidins and lutein at levels that match previous research into their role in skin health.
Thousands of women already take Colladeen® Visage and many reported benefits to their skin. This led us to undertake a 20 week study to investigate the effect of these plant compounds on skin. Using rigorous laboratory controlled methods the researchers measured an enhanced natural defence against sun damage of an average minimum SPF of 10 after just 12 weeks of product use. There were other positive results around elasticity and wrinkles.
We have a month’s supply of this anti-ageing supplement – worth £20 – to give away in our competition. All you need to do is answer a really simple question at the end of this article.
The results of this new clinical study has now shown that these natural plant compounds also play a protective role against the damaging effects of sunlight on skin.
Colladeen® Visage contains the same strength anthocyanidins as in our Colladeen® Original plus two further ‘skin loving’ nutrients, lutein and green tea extracts. These nutrients have been included because research indicates that lutein, a well known carotenoid, may play a protective role against the damaging effects of sunlight on skin. We’ve included a significant level of pure natural lutein in the formula to reflect the level used in a recent study. There’s also a relevant level of green tea extract since there’s been so much focus recently on green tea’s antioxidant properties, as antioxidants are known to neutralise the damaging effect of free radicals generated by sun damage to skin.
Vitamin C in Colladeen® Visage
Vitamin C is known to contribute to normal collagen formation and the normal function of bones, teeth, cartilage, skin and blood vessels together with two important B vitamins, biotin and niacin, both of which contribute to the maintenance of normal skin and mucous membrane.
WINNER IS GEORGIA MCALLISTER, FROM WHITEHAVEN, CUMBRIA.