Quelles recettes pour lutter contre le vieillissement cutané ? - MyPureSkin

What recipes to fight against skin aging?

If certain “grandmother's recipes” are still very popular today, it is because there is a little wisdom in the cocktails of plants and spices that our ancestors concocted in the past.

Fortunately, science continues to scrutinize the active ingredients, nutritional mechanisms and synergistic effects of many of these popular “potions”.

To approach nutritional tips and gastronomic traditions from a rational angle, the MyPureSkin team looked at a few key recipes that will perfectly support your skin health, while helping you better understand how your diet meets the needs of your skin.

Local application and digestive tract: two recipes to take care of your skin

Topically applied locally or orally by consuming a carefully thought-out dish, skin nutrition adapted to your needs must, so to speak, take into account... your needs!

Oily, combination or dry skin: your specifications vary. However, a sufficiently deep understanding of the architecture of your skin, as explained in our article on the cellular renewal of your epidermis , allows us to determine some invariants. Indeed, to choose your sources of skin nutrition, you will need to systematically keep the following elements in mind:

  • The dermis (underlying your epidermis) is the layer of your skin guaranteeing firmness and suppleness;
  • This layer is essentially composed of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid, three constituents which are constantly renewed but whose rate of production slows down with the aging process;
  • To produce these elements, your body needs a raw material.

Topical and oral use: the raw material necessary in all circumstances

The raw material that your skin cells use to maintain its quality is the cornerstone of all skin care solutions.

Indeed, whether your preference is creams or solutions to drink or eat, the nutritional elements that your skin needs remain the same.

It is in this case on the side of your dermis that these needs are expressed and in this respect your body is especially fond of:

  • Amino acids (and more precisely those necessary for the composition of certain key proteins: notably collagen);
  • Hyaluronic acid;
  • Lipids necessary for the production of ceramides.

This is the reason why the most effective food supplements highlight ingredients that meet these specifications, or even the ingredients in question.

This is particularly the case with MyCollagenLift, which provides your skin with active ingredients such as marine collagen biopeptides, hyaluronic acid and even ceramides.

This is also why certain recipes can provide a number of very appreciable beauty benefits.

From main course to dessert: a meal to give your skin the raw material it needs

Want a tasty, unusual and effective recipe? It's a whole program that is offered to your taste buds in a delicious format that the MyPureSkin team takes care of your skin naturally.

An Iberian flavor with spicy notes for healthy skin

Why not try the “braised salmon tapas with a touch of turmeric”?

By using the marine collagen naturally present in the bones and skin of the salmon that you braise to preserve its integrity, you give your digestive system something to fuel your fibroblast cells in their process of synthesizing your own collagen.

Furthermore, curcumin (active ingredient contained in the spice turmeric) is now known for its particular properties, the broad spectrum of which applies both to the stimulation of your collagen production and to the deployment of a increased antioxidant protection.

It is through studies such as that published in 2006 ( 1) by the team of researcher Manikandan Panchatcharam that such benefits have been brought to light.

However, your detox meal is only half done!

Fruits and seeds: the perfect pudding for high-maintenance skin

Far from displeasing palates won over by the fruity sweetness of an original end to a meal, the “grainy fruit pudding” will ultimately lead your skin on the path to radiance.

By using the properties of flaxseed, this dessert echoes the findings from studies carried out over several decades, one of the most recent of which was published in 2018 by Doctor Neukam's team (2 ) .

In fact, the main advantages of this oilseed are that of reducing the sensitivity of the epidermis by improving the barrier function provided by this part of the skin.

The kiwi, for its part, will make your pudding a dish rich in vitamin C but also in fiber and polysaccharides, an element whose major role in stimulating collagen synthesis is little known to the general public.

It is through studies such as that published in 2005 by the team of researcher Alexandra M. Deters ( 3) that it is possible to understand the profound involvement of polysaccharides from kiwi in optimal collagen synthesis ( the results of the study speak of a doubled production).

Finally, kiwi has the tremendous advantage of helping to maintain quality intestinal flora, a key factor in guaranteeing effective extraction of the nutrients that your skin needs to maintain good health.

The polysaccharides it contains, at the origin of these properties, are molecules that are increasingly better known for the potential they carry, a nutritional potential which is realized through somewhat more complex molecules: “GOS”.

Go further by boosting your intestinal flora

For the most conscientious among you, a few little nutritional tips can help support your intestinal flora even more effectively.

Known under the name “GOS” (for “Galacto-OligoSaccharides”), certain nutrients present in commonly consumed dairy products (certain cheeses, yogurts or even kefir) have a prebiotic effect.

In a very recent study (2022) carried out by researcher Anja Petrov and her collaborators (4) , we discover the surprising links between the properties of GOS, their diffusion in the body and the effects that they ultimately offer to the microbiota of your skin.

We understand that regular consumption of GOS makes it possible to create favorable conditions for the development of staphylococci epidermis (key micro-organism of your skin flora, partly responsible for the elimination of toxins and part of immunity of your skin).

MyCollagenLift: a concentrate of nutrition to accompany your recipes

If MyPureSkin experts continue to train in the light of the latest scientific and technical advances, it is because the design of a food supplement as effective as MyCollagenLift requires two essential elements:

  • Mastery of the nutritional mechanisms taking place in your digestive system;
  • A deep understanding of how your digestive and skin microbiota work.

From the effects of little-known active ingredients such as SOD to the synergy combining marine collagen peptides with hyaluronic acid, the power of the exclusive formula of our team's flagship nutricosmetic is based on the progressive achievements of a scientific revolution in progress. for almost 20 years: the fight against aging.

To meet your expectations while respecting the needs of your body, the composition of MyCollagenLift capitalizes on ingredients of 100% natural origin, that is to say:

  • Marine collagen peptides whose molecular weight allows them to be very bioavailable (i.e. easier to assimilate by your body);
  • Hyaluronic acid to help you achieve a good level of hydration;
  • Wheat oil ceramides to complete this hydration maintenance effort for your skin;
  • Vitamin C from acerola fruit helping to protect your cells from oxidative stress;
  • Vitamin E also acting as an antioxidant;
  • Organic silicon used to structure your skin while increasing your defenses against the harmful effect of free electrons.

Ready to change your nutrition to treat your taste buds and your skin? Want a solution to help you prevent the marks of time?

MyCollagenLift supports you in an initial 3-month treatment to guarantee skin well-being that matches your efforts.

  1. Publication by researcher Manikandan Panchatcharam relating to the effects of curcumin on different aspects of several skin and immune functions: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16770527/
  2. Study by Doctor Neukam on the properties of flax seeds: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21088453/
  3. Study by researcher Alexandra D. Meters on the stimulating effects of kiwi polysaccharides in skin regeneration processes: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15389574/
  4. Study by researcher Anja Petrov focusing on the specific effects of GOS on the skin microbiota: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35428999/