Glycoprotein and Reversing the Signs of Aging

Published On: 10 December 2022By

Glycoprotein and Reversing the Signs of Aging

Glycoprotein is often associated with immune-related issues, which tends to overshadow its benefits in the cosmetic and anti-aging industry. It’s worth noting that our creams have tremendous benefits for your skin. The unique formula in our creams, combined with Glycoprotein and other potent ingredients, provides a highly effective way to rejuvenate your skin, reduce signs of aging, and promote a youthful, glowing complexion. Our creams offer benefits that extend beyond the surface, making them an excellent choice for those seeking comprehensive skin care solutions.

Inflammation and Healthy Skin

Glycoprotein is an excellent activator of macrophages that can trigger an immune response when dealing with inflammatory cells. Inflammation is the leading cause of various dermatological issues such as dermatitis, rosacea, psoriasis, hyperpigmentation, dryness, and acne, as well as the aging process of the skin. With Glycoprotein supplementation, macrophages can be  activated to destroys inflamed cells. The benefits of this treatment go beyond managing dermatological conditions, as it can also lead to a more youthful and healthier-looking skin.

As the body’s largest organ, the skin is highly susceptible to chronic inflammation, often presenting as the first visible sign of its presence. A variety of factors such as sun exposure, environmental pollutants and toxins, poor diet, stress, and genetics, can all contribute to this inflammation. This leads to premature ageing of the skin and the appearance of undesirable skin features, such as fine lines, wrinkles, dryness, age spots, pigmentation, and an overall unhealthy look. Glycoprotein treatment can be highly effective in combating inflammation by activating the immune system and macrophage response, potentially halting and even reversing the skin ageing process.

Fight Free Radicals and Oxidation

The health of your skin is closely related to your body’s metabolic function, reflecting internal processes in a direct manner. The existence of free radicals in the body can generate cellular damage through oxidative stress, which leads to inflammation, loss of skin tissue, impaired barrier function, and the destruction of collagen and elastin, both of which are key elements for good skin health. To counteract free radicals, antioxidants are necessary to restore balance to the body. Our creams are packed with a multitude of antioxidants, particularly Coenzyme Q10, one of the most potent and beneficial antioxidants for promoting healthy skin. This ingredient is effective in regulating free radicals, reducing oxidative stress, and promoting collagen and elastin production, leading to healthier and more youthful-looking skin.

The Lymphatic System and Ageing

The health and appearance of the skin are heavily influenced by the performance of the lymphatic system. Representing a network channels situated beneath the skin, the lymphatic system is responsible for removing toxins, cleansing the body, and regulating fluid levels. If the lymphatic system is not functioning correctly, unwanted cellular debris, inflammation, and toxins can accumulate, leading to dryness, blemishes, loss of elasticity, premature aging, and acne breakouts. Our Glycoprotein creams are designed to address these concerns. The cream has a unique low molecular-weight composition that enables it to penetrate all seven skin layers, delivering Glycoprotein and other beneficial ingredients directly into the lymphatic system. This results in an improvement in lymphatic function and the activation of macrophages present in white blood cells (what the lymphatic system circulates), which are responsible for fighting infections and damage to the skin.

Skin and Metabolism

As we age, a reduction in the activity of a critical metabolic enzyme found in our skin cells occurs. This enzyme serves as a crucial link between the two essential pathways for energy production in our cells. It’s decreased activity can also result in a decrease in bio-energy levels in aging skin. This reduction in enzyme activity highlights the importance of maintaining healthy metabolic function for optimal skin health.