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Healthy skin actually starts from the inside. For the healthy and radiant look, it’s vital to provide your skin with proper nourishment. NuBest White is infused with a powerhouse of nutrients like Glutathione, L-Cysteine, vitamin C, vitamin E and vitamin B2, known as powerful antioxidants and vitamins that act like a natural shield to protect your skin from the inside and support both your skin tone and texture.
NuBest White also features a Proprietary Blend including essence extracted from Milk Thistle, and Polypodium Leucotomos - herbs with excellent benefits for skin beauty. They also support your skin health and overall wellness. Not convinced? Just try NuBest White and feel the difference!
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Bless your skin with the goodness of vitamin C, vitamin E and vitamin B2. Without a doubt, these are magic vitamins for reviving your dull and lifeless skin. The combination of these nutrients can protect and repair skin damage, strengthen skin health, boost elasticity, and stimulate the body’s collagen production. These vitamins also hold moisture inside skin cells, leaving your skin a healthier look that glows. Feel a beautiful you again. No exceptions.
Vitamin C is one of the key ingredients found in many skin care products. But how does it benefit the skin? As a strong antioxidant, vitamin C slows the breakdown of collagen and aids the body’s natural collagen synthesis. An adequate intake of this vitamin can also help to inhibit melanin production – and this boosts the radiance of your skin.
Vitamin E is essential to firm, youthful skin. What does this all-star vitamin do? It nourishes your skin, helps to regenerate new skin cells and promotes skin tone. Besides, this vitamin also gives you a fairer and more even complexion, restores the lost moisture while empowering the skin health. When paired with vitamin C, vitamin E is absorbed better and increases its protective antioxidants, shielding skin against pollution and environmental stressors.
Vitamin B2 - also known as Riboflavin - is a must for your radiant, lovely skin thanks to its powerful antioxidant ability. This vitamin revitalizes the skin by promoting healthy cell turnover and collagen levels, and speeding up wound healing. Vitamin B2 deficiency can cause dry, cracked skin as it participates in the mucus secretion that maintains the skin’s natural moisture barrier, and prevents acne breakouts. A suitable intake of vitamin B2 leaves you with a natural glow.
Recognized as the masters of all antioxidants, Glutathione and L-Cysteine are widely used in skin care products due to their impressive glowing effect. They also improve skin complexion, lighten skin tone as well as keep it smoother, firmer and softer. So, you’ll be on your way to possess a more vibrant and youthful complexion.
Glutathione is considered as the mother of all antioxidants because of its strong ability to boost the function of other antioxidants in the body like vitamin C and vitamin E. It can promote skin lightening by converting melanin to a lighter color and improve skin elasticity. The good news is that the body can synthesize Glutathione itself, but its production declines as we age due to pollution, poor diet, toxins and stress.
L-Cysteine is an important amino acid participating in the body’s process of protein synthesis and collagen formation, thereby promoting skin elasticity and texture. Plus, it plays a vital role in the synthesis of the antioxidant Glutathione. More importantly, L-Cysteine can support skin’s turnover, making your skin smoother and firmer. This amino acid also hinders the activity of tyrosinase enzymes, which are involved in the melanin production.
What can we say? NuBest White Proprietary Blend contains amazing herbs for skin, including Milk Thistle, and Polypodium Leucotomos. These herbs work together to give your skin extra care during outdoor activities. Another antioxidant - Alpha Lipoic Acid – is added to our blend to maintain your youthful look.
Keep your skin young and healthy with Milk Thistle, known as a flowering plant of the daisy family. Milk Thistle extract possesses amazing antioxidant properties that promote skin health from inside. Also, packed with strong antioxidants, Milk Thistle protects the skin from pollutants from the environment.
Polypodium leucotomos, a fern native to Central America and parts of South America, is a powerful antioxidant due to its high content of phenolic compounds. Its antioxidant effects may add extra nourishment to your skin, making you feel confident when enjoying outdoor activities. So, just stay cool and comfortable with your active life more without worries! Moreover, it may also activate the collagen formation, leading to more enriched, glowing skin.
Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA)
Interestingly, ALA may be stronger than vitamin C and vitamin E combined. No doubt, it can be found in many skin care products like serums, moisturizers, and eye creams. This antioxidant’s benefits are seemingly endless thanks to its antioxidant properties. Additionally, ALA has also been found to boost the levels of other antioxidants like glutathione. As an antioxidant, it helps to slow the collagen breakdown process and enhances your skin complexion.
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