|Coenzyme Q10 Anti-Aging
Skin Firming & Brightening
Serum from Japan
What is Coenzyme Q10?
Coenzyme Q10, or CoQ10, was discovered in 1957 by Dr. Frederick. It is both an
antioxidant and a key player in energy production. CoQ10 is present in every cell in our
body and is vital for its optimal functioning.
What is Coenzyme Q10's function in our body?
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) has two important roles in the body. First, it is one of the essential
elements in our body that produces biological energy, or ATP, inside the cells. Second,
CoQ10 is an antioxidant that helps neutralize harmful free radicals, which are one of the
main causes of aging. Our body can produce as much CoQ10 as it needs if it were
functioning at its maximum capacity. However, the levels of CoQ10 in the body almost
inevitably decline with age. As a result, the ability of cells to regenerate itself declines. In
fact, CoQ10 is seen as one of the most accurate biomarkers of aging because its decline
correlates with the aging process.
How does Coenzyme Q10 protect and repair your skin?
With most people over thirty, their bodies no longer produce an optimal level of CoQ10,
which results in a lesser ability to produce collagen, elastin and other important skin
molecules. Furthermore, when skin does not contain a sufficient level of CoQ10, it may be
more prone to damages by free radicals. The constant exposure to the harmful elements in
our environment, including sun exposure, toxin, cigarette smoke . CoQ10 is a small
molecule that can relatively easily penetrate into skin cells. When applied properly,
CoQ10 may boost skin repair and cell regeneration and reduce damages by free radicals.
Why is our Coenzyme Q10 Anti-Aging Skin Firming & Brightening Serum unique?
Many of the current products available on the market contain as little as only 1% CoQ10,
along with other ingredients. Our Coenzyme Q10 is pure, with no fragrance, no color,
no mineral oil, no alcohol, no other additives, and is non-comedogenic.
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