ACEROLA - natural vitamin C - promotes overall good health and protects the body from infections, trauma and stress. Smoking 1 cigarette can consume 120mg of vitamin C, surviving large emotions up to 2000mg
Other effects on the body:
is an important antioxidant that protects body tissues and other vitamins from the effects of free radicals and aging
necessary for the production of collagen (proteins necessary for healthy teeth, bones, gums, cartilage and skin
increases the body's defense against infectious and viral diseases
is needed to regulate normal body growth
is a natural antihistamine
it has a beneficial effect on the eyes and is used in the treatment of green and gray cataract
helps wound healing
promotes hematopoiesis - helps in iron absorption from food
it helps in the treatment of varicose veins and hemorrhoids
degrades liver cholesterol, protects against heart disease
protects against cancer of the pancreas, esophagus, stomach, rectum
treats bleeding gums
stimulates the production of white blood cells
Its lack causes: scurvy, gum bleeding, susceptibility to infection, tooth loss, hair loss, anemia.
C in spray form has a positive effect on vitality and regeneration of the organism. It contributes to skin regeneration, freshness and elasticity.
Vitamin C - ascorbic acid is an important part of the body of every healthy person. It acts as an antioxidant. It is involved in the formation of collagen. It contributes to healthy gums, teeth. It is important for incorporating calcium into the bone. It has a positive effect on the good condition of vascular walls, especially capillaries. Promotes iron absorption and heavy metal degradation.
Stimulates the production of white blood cells. It supports physical growth during the development of the organism.
While most animals and plants are able to produce their own vitamin C, humans (and several other animals) rely on their external intake, through fruits, vegetables, or nutritional supplements. There is a theory that assumes that, if a person's vitamin C level is relatively equal to that of animals that are able to produce it, it would improve their overall health.
The recommended daily dose of vitamin C is 75 mg. Larger amounts of vitamin C should be given to premature newborns, pregnant and breastfeeding women. People working in an infectious or stressful environment and smokers should also have an increased vitamin C intake. Its sufficient amount in the body is needed for colds or flu.
Cosmetics - why does skin need vitamin C? When applied to the facial skin, it is important that it acts as an antioxidant and thus helps the skin to protect it from the harmful effects of free radicals. Vitamin C further increases the production of collagen and elastin in the skin. This increases the firmness and elasticity of the skin, reduces fine and deep wrinkles, and strengthens the contours. By its action C vitamin removes dead cells on the skin surface.
Vitamin C greatly helps the skin to fight many signs of aging and since our body and skin cannot produce vitamin C and even store it for a long time it is necessary to replenish it regularly. This vitamin as known helps the skin to look healthy. Spray form of vitamin C is a unique opportunity to supplement the level of vitamin C in the form of a cosmetic product: a spray on the skin and face.
Vitamin C has many health claims - http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=CELEX:32012R0432
Hyaluronic acid - is part of the cell walls of the body. Hyaluranan forms a transparent gel that binds fluids to each other. Its size can increase up to a thousand times, which keeps the body in better shape. Hyaluronic acid is found in several places in the body, such as the gums, airways, mucous membranes. But most of it is in the skin. Acid depends on the elasticity of the skin, including how quickly / slowly we age.
Collagen - This is a basic building protein found in the skin, ligaments, cartilage, bones, blood vessels, but also in eye whites. It accounts for up to one quarter of all proteins in the human body.
Nature has arranged that we have as much collagen in childhood as we need it. It is produced by ligament cells, cartilage cells and bone cells. Plenty of collagen means healthy hair, nails, skin or healthy articular cartilage.
It is precisely because of the collagen that children have their skin on their cheeks, held by flexible collagen fibers. Nails do not break, nor do they break their hair ends. The articular cartilage is whole, his knees hurt only when he breaks them.
Since the age of 10 to 11, the child has a higher collagen consumption than at the beginning of life. The formation of this protein culminates by the age of 20. This is already getting short of it and needs to be delivered to the body.