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Benefits of ASI Skin Softgels for Skin Health

Swiss-formulated with the goodness of Olea europaea (olive plant), ASI Skin Softgels is a great source of antioxidants. It also offers anti-inflammatory, anti-viral and anti-microbial benefits to achieve healthy and amazing-looking skin.

Here are some clinically proven benefits you can reap from consuming ASI Skin Softgels:

1. Reduce signs of aging

Skin aging caused by continuous exposure to UV rays is referred to as skin photoaging. When this happens, it reduces collagen generation and ultimately damages the connective tissues in the dermal skin layer.

Olea Europaea extract or also known as olive leaf extract, contains high antioxidant levels and is known to prevents skin cell damage caused by oxidation.

2. Photoprotective

Exposure to UV rays can cause skin damage and in the long run, it may also cause cancer cells to develop.

A study suggested that oleuropein, which is a compound found in the skin, flesh, leaves and seeds of the olive has a preventative effect on chronic UVB rays.

3. Reduce skin inflammation

Polyphenolic compounds and hydroxytyrosol from the olive plant plays a significant role in antioxidant activities.

Antioxidant activities is crucial in healing inflammatory diseases, including allergic rhinitis.

4. Reduce hyperpigmentation

Hyperpigmentation is caused by the uneven accumulation and distribution of melanin in our skin. This can be reduced by the photoprotective effect of Olea europaea (olive plant) extract.

5. Accelerate wound healing

Studies show that oleuropein accelerates skin healing by reducing cell infiltration in the wound site. It is also known to promote collagen deposition for effective wound closure.

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