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Resveratrol B E: Why You Need Antioxidants at Night, Too

Resveratrol B E: Why You Need Antioxidants at Night, Too
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You’re likely well aware of the skin protection and benefits that antioxidants offer by day, but you can get even more out of these free-radical-fighting molecules by incorporating them into your evening skincare routine as well. Although you should still reserve your C E Ferulic® or Phloretin CF for morning use, you can give your skin an overnight antioxidant boost with Resveratrol B E. But first, it’s important to understand a bit more about what goes on within the skin at night.

Your Skin Works Around the Clock

During the day, your skin is busy defending itself from damage caused by UV rays and other environmental aggressors (even with the help of a topical vitamin C antioxidant and sunscreen). At night, there’s truth to the term “beauty sleep,” because the skin goes into recovery mode to repair the free-radical damage that accumulates over the course the day. The skin also uses this time to reinforce its internal defense system by producing its own antioxidant molecules that promote natural self-repair and increase its resistance against future damage. However, the skin’s defense system becomes less efficient over time, leaving it more vulnerable to free-radical damage. On the surface, this leads to visible signs of aging such as loss of radiance, elasticity and density.

How Resveratrol B E Works

A first-of-its-kind antioxidant night concentrate, Resveratrol B E helps boost the skin’s internal defense system while maximizing its nighttime recovery potential. Fragrance-, paraben- and dye-free, Resveratrol B E offers a comprehensive approach to preventing and repairing visible signs of skin aging through three modes of action: Neutralizing age-accelerating free radicals, strengthening the skin’s defense system to increase resistance to new damage, and promoting the skin’s natural repair process.

Resveratrol is an antioxidant that is found naturally in grapes, nuts, and other plants. It has come to be known as the “longevity molecule” because of research that has shown its ability to extend the lifespan of cells. Since antioxidants have been found to work synergistically, this formula also includes baicalin, a broad-spectrum flavonoid antioxidant derived from the roots of the Baikal skullcap plant. This serum is also formulated with alpha tocopherol (the purest form of vitamin E), which helps replenish skin lipids—and this unique antioxidant blend has been shown to restore radiance, elasticity and density in aging skin as it helps ward off the damaging effects of free radicals.



How to use Resveratrol B E

Resveratrol B E is just one part of a comprehensive anti-aging skincare regimen. Using an antioxidant serum (like C E Ferulic or Phloretin CF) in conjunction with a broad-spectrum sunscreen each morning helps shield skin from environmental damage caused by environmental aggressors. In the evening, Resveratrol B E helps promote around-the-clock antioxidant benefits by increasing the skin’s resistance to free-radical damage and improving its radiance, elasticity and density. When combined with effective cleansing and toning along with

the appropriate corrective serums and moisturizers for your skin type as well as your primary concerns, you have the recipe for healthy, youthful-looking skin

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