NAD+Skin

Newage
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Re: Skin

Post by Newage » Wed Sep 18, 2019 9:29 pm

Thanks for your advice Fred.
I will put it into play...


OzSport
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Re: Skin

Post by OzSport » Thu Sep 19, 2019 4:57 am

gullibleorbrillant wrote:
Tue Aug 06, 2019 11:41 pm

I do feel and observe improved athletic performance when I take NAD+ boosters but I see ABSOLUTELY ZERO benefit to skin. In fact I could even argue my skin looks worse. So with that in mind does ANYONE have any real HONEST evidence of other products that could actually help me look as young as I feel and function at??
I'm assuming your nutrition, sleep, and exercise are alright? I'm not a medical professional, but I do find from personal experience that if I have too much sugar one week and / or poor sleep despite everything else being ok (exercise, taking vitamins, etc.), my skin does break out and can be a bit sallow. If I go back to basics with ensuring that all those key building blocks are in place, my skin does improve.
OzSport
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Re: Skin

Post by OzSport » Thu Sep 19, 2019 5:00 am

Fred wrote:
Wed Sep 18, 2019 3:53 am
Some friendly skincare TIPS from someone who has worked in a clinic and knows what works and what doesn´t:

1.European sunscreen 365 days a year. European filters are more advanced than those available on the US market (because FDA regulates sunscreens as drugs in the US which has delayed new filters by 15 years). Make sure it protects against UVA adequately. La Roche Posay SHAKA fluid SPF 50 is light and non-greasy.

Topical vitamin C 10-15% (pH no more than 3.5) under your sunscreen if you want to enhance the SPF. Topical ascorbic acid also stimulates collagen synthesis and decreases unwanted pigmentation.

2. Prescription tretinoin 0.05% (active vitamin A) cream nightly repairs damaged collagen and elastin fibres and increases hyaluronic acid synthesis in not only mice but humans. It is the only FDA-approved topical for photoaging (that is 80% of visible skin aging).
Retinol 0.5-1% can be bought OTC but is 10-20 times weaker than active vitamin A (all-trans retinoic acid).

3.Topical niacinamide (B3) 4-5%, like Cerave PM lotion or Olay Regenerist fragrance-free. It works synergistically with topical vitamin A. Topical niacinamide supports DNA-repair via NAD+ synthesis, is anti-inflammatory, anti-acne, increases ceramides and fatty acids to boost your skin barrier and stimulates epidermal proteins and prevents hyperpigmentation.
Thank you for the information, Fred, really interesting!
Fred

Re: Skin

Post by Fred » Thu Sep 19, 2019 5:24 am

OzSport wrote:
Thu Sep 19, 2019 5:00 am
Thank you for the information, Fred, really interesting!
Your welcome! Been reading dermatological textbooks since 1999. Happy to share my findings.
smokinjoe
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Re: Skin

Post by smokinjoe » Fri Feb 19, 2021 10:37 pm

This is an old thread, but i have learned a few things on this forum about repairing skin.

A. The series of Renue Products released by Alive By Science with a combination of highly bioavailable compounds to boost collagen, repair cells, remove zombie cells, clear up blemishes, etc.

https://alivebyscience.com/renue/

B. Astaxanthin

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5946307/

C. Retinol A

From reducing visibility of wrinkles to clearing up rough skin, this has a long standing reputation for skin repair.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6791161/

D. Hyaluronic Acid

Short term tissue moisturising reduces the appearance of fine lines and makes skin look more youthful
drkris69
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Re: Skin

Post by drkris69 » Sat Feb 20, 2021 1:16 pm

Retinol would be a nice fit to add to the Renue. I believe that ABS is trying to stay in the natural arena by using only vitamins and etc... Who knows though... ;)
 
CeeJayBee
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Re: Skin

Post by CeeJayBee » Sun Feb 21, 2021 2:33 pm

Fred wrote:
Wed Sep 18, 2019 3:53 am
Some friendly skincare TIPS from someone who has worked in a clinic and knows what works and what doesn´t:

1.European sunscreen 365 days a year. European filters are more advanced than those available on the US market (because FDA regulates sunscreens as drugs in the US which has delayed new filters by 15 years). Make sure it protects against UVA adequately. La Roche Posay SHAKA fluid SPF 50 (NOT the US-version. It has completely different filters) is light and non-greasy.

Topical vitamin C 10-15% (pH no more than 3.5) under your sunscreen if you want to enhance the SPF. Topical ascorbic acid also stimulates collagen synthesis and decreases unwanted pigmentation.

2. Prescription tretinoin 0.05% (active vitamin A) cream nightly repairs damaged collagen and elastin fibres and increases hyaluronic acid synthesis in not only mice but humans. It is the only FDA-approved topical for photoaging (that is 80% of visible skin aging).
Retinol 0.5-1% can be bought OTC but is 10-20 times weaker than active vitamin A (all-trans retinoic acid).

3.Topical niacinamide (B3) 4-5%, like Cerave PM lotion or Olay Regenerist fragrance-free. It works synergistically with topical vitamin A. Topical niacinamide supports DNA-repair via NAD+ synthesis, is anti-inflammatory, anti-acne, increases ceramides and fatty acids to boost your skin barrier and stimulates epidermal proteins and prevents hyperpigmentation.

 
I think it is time to revisit this, and combine it with other processes. Fred sounded pretty certain about this.
 
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