LifeCell Skin Cream Report – Read
Author: Terry Wilde
LifeCell skin cream, I am pleased to report, is not just one more in the long line of minimally effectual skin care treatments and creams. The scientific research and the synergistic formulation that have gone into the making of this skin care product seems to be on another level entirely from what the competitors do.
I’m not sure how to begin describing this to you in a way that is intuitively graspable, if you get my meaning. But, do you recall the times when, in your younger years, including teenage years, you did or experienced something of great excitement and you felt the “flush” to your face immediately after you were done? It could have been doing an intense workout. It could have been dancing for hours. It could have been having passionate sex with your lover. Well, that “flush” happened because the blood capillaries were opened up–they got dilated. This brought fresh oxygen and nutrients to your skin.
Unfortunately, as we slowly grow old, our blood capillaries slowly grow clogged–especially those feeding our facial features. But, there is now hope. In 1998, the scientists Robert Furchgott, Louis Ignarro, and Ferid Murad jointly discovered the molecule called nitrous oxide. This molecule has been proven now in thousands and thousands of independent studies to dilate the blood vessels, allowing them once again to flood the skin with the the oxygen and the nutrients needed to keep our skin rejuvenated and glowing.
The D3PA Ingredient and Science
But, there is one aspect of the nitrous oxide molecule that actually is not so helpful. The molecule is a gas…so, it can’t be delivered directly into our skin. But those who have formulated the LifeCell skin cream have come up with a solution, and I think this speaks volumes for the genius of those who are behind the making of this product. There is another compound called Dithiolane-3-Pentanoic Acic, or D3PA. And this compound can capture and deliver the nitrous oxide into our skin. As you might be guessing at this point, D3PA is contained within LifeCell skin cream. As a matter of fact, it’s a high concentration of the compound that you will find within the formula.
Yes, DP3A goes beyond being a fixer of nitrous oxide. As important as that is, this compound is also, as it turns out, a magnificent antioxidant. You have probably heard about antioxidants. You likely know what they are, but if you don’t, oxidated molecules or “free radicals” are released by natural processes of living–including healthy and necessary processes such as eating and getting out into the sunlight, as well as exposure to non-lethal pollution. To keep it simple, oxidated molecules in the body are causing the body to “rust”. Now, if the body rusts, the body’s largest organ is going to rust as well–and the body’s largest organ is the skin.
Antioxidants bind to the free oxygen radicals and prevent the damage. If the LifeCell skin cream is as stuffed with the DP3A as it certainly seems to be, then it is beyond a mere cosmetic, like makeup. It is literally repairing the damage done to your skin, and preventing future damage to it. Imagine that!
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