The Antioxidant that Saves Skin

Antioxidants from the carotenoid family consist of fat-soluble pigments which lend a red-orange color to fruit, veggies, and wild salmon. Foods containing carotenoid are good to eat, and here’s why:

Free-radical damage, oxidative stress, and pro-inflammatory chemicals cause a break down at the skin’s cellular level. All of these factors damage the cells and lead to the aging process that occurs on the inside of the body, appearing in wrinkles. Because carotenoids are fat-soluble, they can penetrate the cell plasma membrane and the mitochondria to protect you from these elements. They are strong enough to even neutralize sun-light damage.

Eat plenty of these carotenoid family antioxidants to help fight the internal aging process that wrecks your skin.