Want clear skin?
Clear, beautiful skin is the object of desire for many, and thanks to modern nutraceutical and cosmetic technology, a new natural acne and blemish fighting supplement offers powerful skin clearing benefits as well as skin toning, smoothing and age prevention.
Just as certain popular prescription skin clearing medications, this acne supplement helps clear existing acne and blemishes, but in addition to that it also helps to heal and smooth old acne scars and give the skin a refinished surface by delivering just the right amounts of key antioxidants and natural hormone balancing agents to the skin, eliminating damaging free radicals and restoring skin tone and clarity.
While the primary purpose of this skin supplement is to clear the skin of acne blemishes and residual scarring, many of its ingredients also serve a double purpose of skin clearing and antiaging.
Several ingredients used in the formula are known to help firm and "plump" the skin, thereby reducing lines and wrinkles, as well as helping to reduce the appearance of any scarring from old acne blemishes. This precise combination of natural compounds actually helps destroy the free radicals that are responsible for the chemical reactions that cause damage to and breakdown of collagen, the skin's biggest support system.
So, how can these antiaging properties can also lend themselves to clear, beautiful skin?
Think of your skin as an artist's canvas and think of collagen as the wood and nails that support that canvas. The artist's canvas is stretched on small supportive beams of wood, attached by small nails. The canvas (skin) is taut because of the fact that it is stretched and firmly supported by the wood and the nails (collagen - skin's biggest support system).
Over time, or perhaps because of some type of trauma, the nails and wood (collagen) supporting the canvas (your skin) will break down, causing the "canvas" to pucker (skin's equivalent sagging and loss of tone). This skin sagging results in higher visibility of acne scarring since the tautness that held it up is now slackening it's hold, creating a "crater" effect or "puckered" effect, making the acne scarring more visible.