5 Anti-Aging Supplements That May Actually Work
At some point or another, nearly every woman wishes she could turn back the clock and take better care of her skin sooner. According to an international industry research report, that desire has turned into dollars: the anti-aging market was worth $215 billion in 2016, and it’s predicted to become a $331 billion empire by 2021. Not only are there creams, masks, and serums taking over store shelves, but supplements also consistently claim to reverse the visible signs of aging.
The number one rule for younger-looking skin: protect your largest organ from the sun, since ultraviolet (UV) light breaks down the extracellular matrix in between your cells and speeds up aging, says Nava Greenfield, M.D., a dermatologist at Schweiger Dermatology Group in New York City.
That’s why she recommends this anti-aging supplement — it contains an extract from a Central American fern known as Polypodium leucotomos, which has been shown to increase the amount of time it takes for the skin to burn from the sun’s harmful rays…
Source: Woman’s Day – 5 Anti-Aging Supplements That May Actually Work By, Amy Capetta