Resveratrol: The missing link for staying young

We know the power of antioxidants to improve our health and overall beauty, but very few exactly how they work. Resveratrol is one of those natural antioxidants present in the skin of grapes, blueberries and other foods like cocoa, peanuts and red wine. This antioxidant penetrates the skin cells and alter its molecular composition preventing the loss of elasticity.  Look how you can add this magical ingredient to your beauty routine.

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Also: 5 Antioxidant eye creams to blast puffiness & wrinkles

Red Wine

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Yes, believe it or not, this antioxidant is present in red wine, drink one glass (only one) per day to improve your skin. You can maximize the benefits (minus the liquor) applying Red Wine Resveratrol Nourishing Cream by 100%Pure every day. You’ll see the results in less than three weeks.

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Defy aging, preventing dark circles and fine lines with Red Wine Resveratrol Eye Cream every night. This cream is designed to keep your skin looking younger offering moisture, hydration, vitamins, vibrancy and less wrinkles.

Cocoa Powder

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Resveratrol is also concentrated in great quantities in cocoa powder and you should capitalize in this rich antioxidant to delay aging. Improve the texture of your skin with Cocoa Body Exfoliant by Fresh. Use it at least twice a week to remove dead cells and prevent chicken skin.

Peanuts

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Rich in Inca peanut extract, HydraQuench Intensive Serum Bi-Phase by Clarins brings back youth into your dehydrated skin. Apply this serum morning and evening for at least two weeks to see the amazing results. Also, snack on raw unsalted peanuts for an added bonus and increase the amount of resveratrol in your system.

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