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Caviar as part of your daily beauty regime


MIRROR MIRROR ON THE WALL….

 

Imagine the most important and essential components to keeping healthy glowing skin in one small pretty pot. And now imagine this pot is mouth wateringly delicious.


The impact caviar has on the skin is staggering. Every tiny egg is packed with nature’s magic potions. In fact, one serving of has an adult’s daily requirement of Vitamin B12. Other nutrients include Omega-3, vitamins A, E, Iron, Magnesium and Selenium.


We all know Omega-3 is essential for the brain and eye development but what makes caviar so friendly to the largest organ of our body, the skin.


Vitamin B12

Adequate levels of this vitamin are hugely beneficial to hair, skin and nails. It has been proven that low levels of Vitamin B12 can actually cause hyperpigmentation, discoloration of the nails and those horrible cracks on the corner of the mouth (also called angular stomatitis). If you eat well, normally you should be absorbing the right amount of B12 but if you have dermatological issues, this little number 12 will do the trick.

Most people on a strict vegan diet will lack B12 - so it’s essential to find another method of intake. 


Selenium

Selenium fights against free radicals which every body produces naturally on a daily basis. It also fights against other skin-damaging compounds. In a nutshell… Selenium is the perfect antidote to wrinkles. Research has shown it also treats skin cells that have been UV damaged and thus susceptible to depigmentation, in fact studies show the importance of selenium’s role in reducing the risk of skin cancer. 


Magnesium 

Magnesium is the fourth most important mineral in the body and caviar is packed with it. It lowers cortisol production and levels out hormones, thereby helping reduce acne and keeping you and your skin right on track. Magnesium has also been known to help fall sleep - and we all know the best beauty trick is getting enough sleep!


Vitamin A

It’s no wonder most face creams are packed with the stuff. It’s one of the most important components for the skin heath. Most vitamin A intake comes from food, so be sure to regularly include it in your diet. It squashes the free radical that try to break down collagen and also provides a more natural protection against the sun - but remember to always wear sun cream anyway. 


Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a natural antioxidant and like Vitamin A it fights against free radicals, protecting the skin from ageing. Research has shown that Vitamin E levels drop considerably even after a small amount of time in the sun… so it’s really important to replenish your levels and keep topping up your Vit E stash.


So why not add caviar to your beauty regime and feel instantly beautified and glowing. This delicious elixir is your friend and knows what’s good for you.