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Did you now that Caviar has many beneficial properties to bolster skin strength. The rich amino acids and proteins are essential building blocks for cellular integrity. Deeply nourishing, wet caviar is made up of water, glucides, proteins, lipids, fatty acids, palmitic, oleic, linoleic acids as well as EPA, DHA, and Docosapentaenoic acid. It has vast minerals including sodium, selenium, potassium, phosphor, magnesium and calcium and vitamins such as D and A. Its high protein contents, including 17 amino acids, improve the skin’s outer layers and increase skin strength. These nutrients improve the skin’s dermis elasticity and help to prevent the erosion of tissues.

Caviar is easily absorbed by skin, creating soothing benefits for all skin types. It is 50 to 70 percent water and because of its similar structure to human amino acids, this moisture is directly absorbed by the skin. Amino acids are imperative to the skin’s ability to retain moisture and stay hydrated. Fatty acids (some of them essentials) restructure skin on the epidermis lipidic fences, helping to prevent trans epidermic water loss and maintain high levels of skin moisture.

Does caviar contain collagen?

Contents of Caviar Extract include Phospholipids, collagen, trace elements, O3 fatty acid, Proteins, petit, phosphorus, phosphoproteins and metallics. Collagen is a major component of your skin. It plays a role in strengthening skin, plus may benefit elasticity and hydration.

Is Caviar good for wrinkles?

As you age, your body produces less collagen, leading to dry skin and the formation of wrinkles.

Caviar extract is a protein source, amino acids (glycine, lysine, histidine, arginine, and asparagine, …), minerals, and Vitamins (A, D, B1, B2, B6), great concentration to help skin cells, works optimally and prevents premature aging. Penetrating deeply into the skin, caviar extracts work to enhance skin renewal and regeneration processes, increase collagen and elastin production from within cells and provide protection. A powerful antioxidant from within cells slows down the aging process. The result is skin that is hard to moisturize, wrinkles, fine lines, smooth skin, thicker, younger-looking, more energetic, and more radiant.

Dr. Sophie De Lacour, Based in Paris, France, said intensive research has shown that caviar extract has “firming, lifting, volumizing benefits, and gives back that elasticity to the skin.” He continues, “It really works on the skin’s extracellular matrix, all of that ‘scaffold’ that really gives the firmness to the skin.” I am myself obsessed with I’m fabulous Cosmetics organic and vegan Caviar luxury lifting serum. The serum comes in a patented glass bottle with a pump. The look and feel of the whole package, plus the silky feeling of the creamy silky serum made my regular ‘ol routine feel more like a spa treatment. It’s expensive. If you prefer the finer things in…say, designer bags and shoes, five star hotels, and food with truffle on it, then yes, this cream very much makes sense in your life. Skin appears more supported, tightened and toned, with a heightened feeling of tautness and suppleness.

I use to much of it by have to buy a new bottle every 3 months! Caviar extract also enhances production of both collagen and ceramides, the naturally occurring lipids that help skin retain moisture.

Surprisingly, the cell structure of caviar is quite similar to the one of humans. It does help accelerate the process of rejuvenation of your skin. Caviar is rich in minerals and vitamins. It also contains oligonucleotides and natural mineral sodium and calcium, combined with nourishing and revitalizing your skin very well.

SHOP CAVIAR SERUM

This fabulous creamy smoothie is high in antioxidants and vitamin C, which helps to keep the skin firm by aiding collagen production. Blueberries have high antioxidant activities and is believed to slow the aging process by preventing oxidation, inhibiting mutation of DNA and helping to restore damaged DNA. Plant-based protein powder is rich in protein and protein is the key nutrient for ageless, beautiful skin. Plant-Based Protein provides a full amino acid profile with all organic fermented pea protein, goji berry protein, and hemp seed protein and MCTs from coconut. 

Warrior blend fuses the power of several rich protein sources into one smooth, great-tasting formula that is overwhelmingly superior to the individual components alone. Medium-chain triglycerides from coconut work synergistically with the other ingredients to create a unique vegan protein exceptionally rich in amino acids and BCAAs.

Yellow Peas (fermented)
Low in calories, high in fiber, a complete amino acid profile protein with a remarkable amount of BCAAs. Pea protein helps to build and maintain lean muscle mass, which increases metabolism and burns fat.

Hemp Seed
A complete fibrous protein, containing building blocks for metabolic enzymes. This superfood is high in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids (3:1 ratio) which support the heart and immune system. Hemp naturally contains vitamins and minerals, is easy to digest, and absorbs quickly which provides quick energy.

Hands holding abundance of red dried goji berries, top view

Goji Berry
These bright berries are one of the only fruits to contain all the essential amino acids. Goji berries are a nutrient-dense superfood that delivers antioxidants, vitamins, and carotenoids with their tangy flavor.

Coconut
Coconuts contain essential fatty acids existing in just the right amount to be burned as energy, rather than stored as fat. MCT‘s also help support healthy inflammatory response, boost the immune system, and enhance muscle recovery after exercise.

Ecoteatox, strawberries, ice, raw honey and almond milk into a high-speed blender. Blend until smooth and creamy. Pour into your favorite bowl.  Top with fresh berries and enjoy!

Ecoteatox Organic Detox tTea

But what is Ecoteatox?

100% organic & kosher, skinny detox tea for skin & weight management.

ECOTEATOX® can help with the following and promotes:

  • Aid in weight management
  • Boost metabolism
  • Suppress appetite
  • Reduce Bloating
  • Decrease water retention
  • Cleanse and detoxify the major internal organs
  • Improve complexion
  • Helps balance blood sugar and pancreatic functions
  • Helps fight and inhibit free radicals
  • Helps unclog arteries and supports liver function
  • Helps strengthen the immune system
  • Helps improve the digestive system
  • Helps improve blood circulation
Orange produce like carrots and sweet potatoes are loaded with vitamin A, which restores collagen that’s been damaged. Omega-3-rich fish like mackerelsalmon and tuna along with grass-fed meat (which is also high in omega-3) protect the fatty membrane around skin cells.
A smart way for vegetarians and vegans to support collagen production is to eat fruits and vegetables plentiful in collagen-boosting nutrients.
Did you know that Without a sufficient supply of vitamin C, your body can’t make new collagen? Period. No matter how much glycine and proline you have. And unlike these conditional amino acids, your body can’t make vitamin C. Thus, you must get it from food.
First and foremost is stress. Stress wreaks havoc on your body in countless ways. One of them is by generating free radicals and causing inflammation and oxidative stress. All of which have the potential to destroy your collagen and your skin will start to age faster.
What are plant-based sources of these collagen boosting amino acids?
Both glycine and proline are considered “conditional” amino acids, which means if conditions are ideal, our bodies are able to create them internally.

Best sources of glycine:

  • Banana
  • Beans
  • Cabbage
  • Cauliflower
  • Cucumber
  • Kale
  • Kiwi
  • Pumpkin
  • Spinach

Best sources of proline:

  • Alfalfa sprouts
  • Asparagus
  • Beans
  • Buckwheat
  • Cabbage
  • Cucumber
  • Chives
  • Tempeh
  • Watercress
  • White mustard seeds
  • Lysine: This amino acid is also required for collagen synthesis. And, it’s one you must pay close attention to because it isn’t as readily available in plant foods like the nutrients discussed above.

So be sure to stock up on the following items to ensure your lysine intake is on par:

  • Black Beans
  • Kidney Beans
  • Lentils
  • Lima beans
  • Pistachios
  • Potatoes
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Tempeh
  • Quinoa
  • Garlic: This powerful herb contains lipoic acid and taurine, both of which repair damaged collagen. Garlic is also a good source of sulfur, which is a major player in collagen synthesis.

Are you ready to boost your collagen?

Another collagen boosting smoothie combination is pineapple, cucumber, kale, and banana. Yummy!

 

 

Retinol is the chemical name of the essential micronutrient vitamin A which can be harmful to your health when it’s added to cosmetic products in certain forms. Two derivatives – retinoic acid and retinyl palmitate – should be avoided in cosmetics and personal care products while retinol itself should not be used at high doses.

These vitamin A derivatives have been proven to boost collagen production (reducing wrinkles and preventing fine lines), speed cell turnover (evening out discoloration and brightening skin tone) and unclog pores (making them look smaller and reducing acne).

Retinol is a weaker, over the counter version of tretinoin, a prescription vitamin A derivative that is highly effective in reversing sun damage and signs of aging. Tretinoin decreases fine lines, evens skin color, improves texture, tightens pores, and stimulates blood flow and collagen production.

HEALTH CONCERNS: Cancer (Possible), Developmental and reproductive toxicity.

The Campaign for safe cosmetics article

Another disturbing drawback of many conventional prescription and non-prescription retinoids: They’re stabilized with preservatives including parabens and BHT. A 2002 International Journal of Toxicology report linked short-term repeated exposure of BHT to toxic effects in the liver; when applied to skin, BHT has been associated with toxicity in lung tissue.

Clean retinols, by contrast, insist on transparency—and on no BHT.  I’m Fabulous Cosmetics extracts retinol from rosehips, which are rich in vitamin A. Achieving the skincare benefits of retinol by using plants with high retinol content in our formulas.

Rosehip is an incredible ingredient because the high vitamin-A and retinoic-acid content provides skin with retinol benefits—the retinoic acid slow-releases as the retinol in the formula is being converted into retinoic acid within the skin—without some of their unpleasant effects such as severe drying.

I’m Fabulous Cosmetics retinol cream is plants based