DMAE is another powerful antioxidant, which works to combat free radicals, stabilizing the outer-surface of cells, reducing the negative effects from UV radiation and cigarette smoke (though, if you currently smoke, quitting as soon as you can will make a significant difference to the health of your skin, let alone your entire body!).
Last but not least, hyaluronic acid is a nutrient which helps to provide much-needed lubrication to the body’s various joints (at the knees, the fingers, elbows etc.) but also works to keep skin cells together, which helps skin to look younger and smoother. As this also boasts strong water-holding, skin cells will also have more moisture (so it’s highly recommended for those with dry skin).
What else can you do to improve the condition of your complexion?
- Avoid using strong soaps or detergents, as these can pull oil from your skin
- Stop rubbing your face to dry it: instead, pat your skin gently with a towel, to keep some moisture on your skin
- Find a moisturiser that matches your skin type (dry or oily) and ideally one which has a decent SPF level
- Wear sunscreen, even on days where the sun spends time behind the clouds: UV radiation can have a strong aging effect on the skin, so try to limit the amount of time your face spends exposed to it