Squalene and Skin Care

Squalene is a natural moisturizer and it occurs as a main constituent of nasal sebum. Several studies show that squalene consumption provides protection to skin and keeps it healthy and smooth against wrinkles. It feeds and guards significant processes in the skin cells. The unsaturated fatty acids present in squalene regulate the moisture of the skin. Almost 10 percent of human skin surface is made of squalene.

Squalene is naturally synthesized during cholesterol formation in body. It is extensively spread in human tissues. However its main concentrations are in the oil secreted by sebaceous glands and skin that offer a protective wall to the skin surface. Squalene assists to maintain moisture of the skin by lubricating the skin surface.

Squalene can also deactivate the singlet oxygen which is free radical which is produced by exposure to the UV radiations of sun. Squalene can absorb and bind fat-soluble toxins and thus helps to emit them from the body. All these functions in the maintenance of skin health make squalene an exceptional nutritional support product.

Squalene has following benefits for our skin:

  • Squalene influences the skin positively by promoting an optimal intestinal flora and healthy digestion.
  • It interrupts anti-oxidants free radicals in the skin
  • It promotes better nourishment and blood circulation of the skin
  • It revitalizes the skin and brings the skin layers in balance.
  • It improves the elasticity of skin and moisture balance of the skin
  • It forms a noticeable development of the skin structure
  • It protects skin partially from the sun rays including UV-rays.

Because of the all above reasons squalene is used widely in the cosmetic industry.

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