Co Enzyme Q10 (Ubiquinone)

Coenzyme Q10 was discovered in 1957. This vitamin-like substance, present in every cell of the body, is vitally important.

Also known as Ubiquinone, CoQ10 plays an important role in the body as it is an essential part of the biomechanical process that produces biological energy inside the cells. Theoretically, the body can produce as much of this as it needs, however, factors such as aging, stress, and medications can lower the levels present in the body. Visible signs of aging are very closely related to this decline in
CoQ10 levels. Using products containing CoQ10 can increase the repair and regeneration of cells, as well as helping to neutralize free radical damage. Another benefit of CoQ10 is the fact that is a small molecule and can therefore be more easily absorbed into the skin, for greater results

Coenzyme Q10 has exceptional antioxidant properties. Studies show that it can effectively counteract free radical damage and provide significant protection against UVA-induced depletion of cell membrane. In other words, it will prevent damage to collagen and elastin production process and help you avoid wrinkles.

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