Phospholipids and Healthy Skin

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How can you ensure that your skin is adequately hydrated?

Did you know improperly hydrated skin is one of the leading causes of lines and wrinkles? It is also the culprit behind oily and dry skin and can be the root of acne, scarring, and sensitivity.

Unfortunately, we usually slather on whatever lotion we have around without considering our skin’s specific needs.

Most women look for a moisturizer that doesn’t cause them to break out and stick with it, even if they feel their skin getting tight and irritated throughout the day.

When the skin is not moisturized, it can manifest in different ways. For example, it might feel tight, and your complexion might peel or show other signs of distress. Other women whose skin does not hold onto moisture can be excessively oily.

This indicates the surface does not hold onto the moisture you apply or naturally produce. If it cannot hold onto the oils it generates from its glands, it will keep remaking them.

Your skin thinks that it is the only way to maintain hydration.

It will also manifest as premature lines and wrinkles. When the skin does not have enough moisture, the cells will not be supple and plump, thus making it much easier for the skin to begin to fold, creating those permanent lines and wrinkles we all hate.

This is where Phospholipids and healthy skin come in. They are the leading source of natural, lasting moisture the surface can hold onto.

Suppleness and Phospholipids

Phospholipids are highly effective humectants that healthy, smooth skin naturally produces. However, a dry complexion will let you know if you are not providing it enough.

This ingredient absorbs quickly into the skin, leaving no greasy or slimy residue.

The skin feels soft down in the deepest layers of skin. Individual cells pick up that moisture, and the Phospholipids lock it in.

When the surface of our face senses that the cells have enough hydration, it will stop producing their natural moisture, eliminating excess oil. As a result, it will also not feel as tight and uncomfortable.

Lastly, because the cells are full of moisture, they look plumper and fuller, supple, and lines and wrinkles seem to disappear.

Sources of Phospholipids

Adding phospholipids to your diet is simple!

You can find high concentrations in natural sources such as

  • krill oil
  • soybeans
  • sunflower seeds
  • egg yolks

The best source is lecithin, which comes from the yolk of eggs. Incorporate phospholipids with our Ageless Advanced Age-Defying Serum into your routine today for healthy skin.

About the Author
Kari Thomas wrote this article.