Is My Skincare Routine Enough?

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Is My Skincare Regimen Enough?

I’ve mentioned over and over how I’m a faithful advocate of adapting a skincare regimen. In my recent post about anti-aging, I’ve enumerated several factors that contribute to skin aging. From sun exposure to repeated facial expressions, unavoidable Manila pollution, food intake and especially lifestyle habits such as working too much, not having enough sleep, drinking, smoking, etc. – all these produce the dreaded ‘free radicals’ in our bodies that steal life from our cells. The damage? It’ll purely manifest in our skin from one day just looking tired to growing wrinkles the next.
This is why we splurge on our skincare routines – grabbing the latest anti-agin serums and moisturizers to keep our face looking as preciously plump, glowing and youthful as it can be. We scour those ingredient lists even and make sure that these skincare products contain actives that ensure us we’re preventing those laugh lines to creep up anytime soon (or 30 years after). But is it enough? How about the damage inside – at a cellular level? The damage that our skincare products certainly can not reach? How do we take care of our bodies (and not just our skin)?
The Skin Vitamin
Well, one direct and concrete answer to this is Vitamin E. Vitamin E is an antioxidant which helps protect cells from the damage caused by free radicals. The most widely known health benefits of vitamin E are protection against toxins but it has a significantly beneficial effect on the skin as well.
Taking vitamin E with vitamin C fights skin inflammation after exposure to UV radiation and can also be useful in decreasing signs of acne and eczema. Vitamin E’s most potent effects on the skin? It helps in the softening and smoothening aspect as it is absorbed by the epidermis. Because of this and its ability to fight off free radicals, it helps fight aging (delay it as much as possible because we all know aging is inevitable!). Because it speeds up cell regeneration, it is also effective in treating scars, acne and wrinkles which is what keeps our skin looking healthier and younger. Lastly, it works in as fast as two weeks!
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The Myra Holistic Care

One of the most trusted Vitamin E supplements in the market which I’ve taken before (as recommended by my dermatologist) is Myra. Myra capsules contain Vitamin E that works from within to protect cells from damage and in turn make our skin young looking, glowing and healthy.
So while our faces may be protected and moisturised by our strict-as-hell skincare routines, it doesn’t penetrate at a cellular level. This is why we need a Vitamin E supplement – which boosts and supports the skincare products we slather on. On top of this, the skin on our whole body is protected and not just our faces.
Also, Myra promises to provide holistic care for your body – as it cares for it internally which throughout usage will be then manifested externally. Continuous use ensures that your body and your cells (especially your cells!) are cared for despite the puyat, the stress of work, the late night partying, etc.
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Myra comes in two variants – 300E and 400E. Both are good for the body because of the benefits they provide (which are the same). But if you are only starting and may be price sensitive, you can take 300E first given that it’s P8.05 per capsule (compared to 400E which isP12.24 per capsule). Also, if you think you don’t need a higher dosage of vitamins, you may opt to use 300E as well.
This post is in collaboration with Myra.
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