Healthier Skin with DHEA Cream

By on January 21, 2015
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More and more people are discovering reasons to use DHEA cream. But of the many good things DHEA does, in the absence of any dangerous or harmful effects, there’s one that’s especially alluring…or attractive shall we say! DHEA has been shown to improve the health and appearance of the skin. Indeed, this is based upon results of numerous medical research studies. So there is a logical reason why using DHEA cream (that also contains coconut oil, vitamin E and co-enzyme Q-10) keeps the skin looking youthful, soft, well hydrated, and vibrant while it also reduces risks of both chemical and UV carcinogens and fades age spots.

So, how does DHEA cream improve the skin? There are many ways. First, DHEA is a base for “sebum”. Sebum is otherwise known as skin oil. Sebum helps to keep the skin supple. It also has antimicrobial properties that keep irritations at bay. The end result is skin that’s a lot brighter, more hydrated, and healthier looking.

In a clinical study conducted in 2000, researchers noted that DHEA appears to help the body produce collagen. Collagen is a protein important in connective tissue that gradually deteriorates as we age. As the skin is depleted of collagen, it loses its elasticity and starts to sag and wrinkle. To make matters worse, collagenase enzymes speed up the process of collagen decline begins. DHEA appears to not only help the body produce collagen but also helps to inhibit the production of collagenase. With regular daily use, DHEA cream helps the body maintain strong healthy connective tissues by supporting healthy collagen in the dermis yielding healthier, more youthful-looking skin.

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Additional research, in a 2008 Canadian study, reinforced the findings of the 2000 study. In the 2008 study, researchers noted that DHEA cream appears to help the body “switch on” special genes that are responsible for collagen production. At the same time, the presence of DHEA cream seems to reduce the expression, or effectiveness of genes that are associated with the production of keratinocytes. This is noteworthy because keratinocytes make the skin rougher and even cause it to form calluses. Therefore, it appears that regularly using this product can help the body keep the skin smoother and softer.

These facts are why we recommend using DHEA cream on your face, neck, and hands. Additionally, DHEA cream also reduces the risk of both chemical and UV carcinogens; and DHEA also fades keratoses or “age spots” or “liver spots.”

When you take all of these things into consideration, it’s easy to understand why DHEA cream can help people have healthier, younger-looking skin. Unlike so many skincare products, the benefits of DHEA cream are backed up by medical research and science.


Submitted by Hugh Woodward -Originally posted on Twist25’s blog.


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Healthier Skin with DHEA Cream