Femsilk Crystal Active Golden Formula

The Femsilk Crystal Active Gold Skin Care’s unique formulation contains a special antioxidant complex (crystal active gold, collagen, pearl powder, ginseng extract, ganoderma extract, red grape seed extract, vitamin C, A and E etc.) which synergically performs a scavenger affect of the skin’s free radicals. Even after one day application, facial features are visibly smoothed. The surface of the skin is even, fuller, plumper, and radiant.

Ingredients

Crystal Active Gold

Crystal Active Gold: Throughout history, gold has been revered for its health-giving properties. The anti-ageing benefits of gold can be traced back 5,000 years to Cleopatra, who was said to sleep in a gold face mask every night to enhance the suppleness of her complexion and preserve its natural luminosity. In ancient Rome, gold salves were used to treat a variety of skin problems. In addition to antioxidant and antimicrobial powers, gold is praised for its purported ability to ward off UV damage, tighten lax skin and reduce the appearance of discolouration.  It can slow the breakdown of elastin, keeping skin firm and taut; gold increases circulation, eliminating toxins from the body and speeding up tissue repair.

Pearl Powder

Pearl Powder: Scientific studies show Pearl Powder to be the best source of calcium available. It was absorbed nearly twice as well as regular calcium carbonate with vitamin D in a double blind cross over study. Pearl Powder is more than just the best calcium source for body. It also contains various proteins, 17 amino acids, polysaccharides and more than 30 trace minerals that are essential for optimal body function as well as health and beauty. In addition Pearl powder increases the availability of SOD (Superoxide Dismutase, one of the body’s most powerful antioxidant enzymes) and reduce the peroxidation, one of the most destructive ageing processes.

Red Grape Seed Extract

Red Grape Seed Extract: Grapes have been used for centuries to treat numerous conditions, according to the University of Maryland Medical Centre. According to a report from the Food Research Center in Guelph, Canada, OPCs in red grape seed extract contain 20 times the antioxidant power of vitamin E and 50 times the antioxidant power of vitamin C. The report, published in the winter 2003 issue of “Journal of Medicinal Food,” states that red grape seed extract can protect the body from sun damage. The sun can damage skin by causing wrinkles, pigment changes and skin cancer. The “Journal of Medicinal Food” report claim that red grape seed extract benefits the skin’s appearance by bonding with collagen, which is the building block of healthy skin, maintaining skin cell health as well as the skin’s elasticity. The antioxidant power of the OPCs in grape seed extract is credited for these benefits as well.

Ganoderma Extract

Ganoderma Extract: Ganoderma extract is a healing agent found in the Ganoderma, or Reishi, mushroom is a type of mushroom that has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, or TCM, for over 4,000 years to treat asthma, fatigue and liver problems, it is often called Ganoderma is an over-the-counter herbal remedy that is often used for cancer treatment because it can cleanse the body by eliminating toxins and impurities to help make the immune system stronger and healthier. Ganoderma promotes liver detoxification, which stimulates liver cell regeneration and improves the function of the liver. Ganoderma also consists of anti-cancer agents Germanium and polysaccharides,which help with anti-tumour efficacy.

Ginseng Extract

Ginseng Extract: Ginseng is known as the world’s most powerful adaptogenic herb. Ginseng contains a large number of phytonutrients. These phytonutrients can stimulate and activate the skin’s metabolism and blood flow to regenerate and tone. It can also brighten the whiteness of skin. Ginseng can help balance the oil gland production and can smooth fine lines and wrinkles in mature skin.

Collagen

Collagen: Collagen is the most common group of proteins in the human body, making up the majority of a person’s connective tissue. One of its purposes is to keep skin elastic, making it appear tighter and fuller. As people grow older, the collagen naturally present in their skin begins to break down, forming fine lines and wrinkles.

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