Is this hormonal 'fountain of youth' the answer to age spots and collagen production? Will it, one day,replace collagen injections? Apparently it may also boost the memory, libido and morale, but studies are still on-going. The downside? It's usually only prescribed to women who have had breast cancer or those with a genetic predisposition. Care should also be taken by women who are receiving menopause-related hormonal treatments. It improves sleep patterns, optimises the functioning of hormones that are secreted during the night and boosts cell renewal.
This antioxidant naturally occurs in our cells' mitochondria. Its role? To boost cellular energy required for cell metabolism including cell renewal. Taken orally it helps create a better balance between good and bad cholesterol. In creams, It can reduce crow's feet.
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