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Natural Anti-Aging | What works?!

June 6, 2012

Queen Bee Eye SerumWe asked our local beauty expert, Jessica Berndt, whether or not natural products can also be effective anti-aging agents.  She named a few of her favorite, natural ingredients – Haloxyl(TM), soy-rice peptides, and hyaluronic acid – all of which are found in Bee Naturals Queen Bee Eye Serum.

Check out Jessica’s take on natural, anti-aging eye care, and Bee Naturals:

We took a closer look at Bee Naturals’ serum to find out how these active, natural ingredients function:

  • Haloxyl(TM) is a combination of active ingredients that absorb and eliminate colored blood pigments in the skin that are responsible for dark circles under the eyes.
  • Soy-rice peptides are a botanically active complex that also aid in the reduction of dark circles and puffiness.
  • Tripeptide-5 is a highly bioactive compound that activates TGF-beta (tissue growth factor) that stimulates collagen synthesis in the skin.
  • Antioxidants, rooibos and hyaluronic acid reduce puffiness.  According to Allure hyaluronic acid “increases the skin’s moisture content and prevents water loss. It can hold 1,000 times its weight in water.”
So the big question is – does it work?!  Well, Bee Naturals must be doing something right!  In a study with 22 female volunteers who applied a 2% Haloxyl gel for 56 days resulted in a reduction of dark circles in more than 70% as assessed by image analysis and computerized measurement of color parameters. We like those odds!
Bee Naturals Queen Bee Eye Serum will be available on gloss48 starting Friday, May 8th
What are you favorite, ant-aging products?
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