Topical Antioxidants Protect Skin From Sun Radiation and Speed Wound Healing

A study in Antioxidants indicated that calendula, a flower from the marigold family, can help treat and prevent skin damage from radiation. Another study, published in Drug Delivery and Translational Research, found that calendula can remarkably help speed wound healing. It does so in part by increasing collagen production, which is a significant factor in keeping skin healthy and young-looking.


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Two Carotenoids Improve Overall Skin Tone and Skin-Lightening-Improving Effects

Researchers conducted a 12-week randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial to see the effects of lutein and zeaxanthin on the skin of 50 healthy participants. All of them received either a supplement with 10 mg of lutein and 2 mg of zeaxanthin isomers or a placebo every day over the course of the study. The researchers found that both skin tone and luminance increased significantly in the group that received the supplement compared to the placebo group.


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Is your skin telling you about your risk for dementia?

You've heard the expression "when it rains, it pours." Unfortunately, this adage certainly seems to hold true in older adults with certain health conditions. Many people in nursing homes suffer from dementia, which leaves them bedridden. Being stuck in bed often results in bed sores. But there's more to these pressure sores than meets the eye. 

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