Squalene or Squalane The Best Supplement for Skin Rejuvenation

Squalene is arguably the greatest anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory oil in the world! Squalane is the stable form of squalene. Squalene has a very unique ability to supply oxygen to the cells. The main use of squalane is for restoring aging skin. And the best source of it is Amaranth oil. Up to now there was no effective industrial method to extract it until the invention of instant cold press extraction by Andreas Wecker.

PubMed database reveals that:

Human sebum also contains 13% squalene as one of its major constituents anticancer, antioxidant, drug carrier, detoxifier, skin hydrating, and emollient activities of these substances have been reported both in animal models and in vitro environments. Squalene prevents lipid peroxidation in skin cell. Lipid peroxidation refers to the oxidative degradation of fatty acids that form the membrane of every cell. Free radicals (thats all the positive ions so richly present in our indoor air) steal electrons from the lipids in cell membranes, causing cell damage.

That means wrinkles, cancer, cholesterol all those nasty words associated with accelerated aging. Those that have applied Squalene Oils to their face and skin, have consistently reported it as the most powerful skin rejuvenator and moisturizer ever used commonly resulting in softer, more even-toned skin, with a more youthful visual appearance!

Oxygen rich cells allow more efficient removal of metabolic waste from cells providing better elimination and better athletic capacity. Squalene is an unsaturated fat found in shark liver, olive, palm, and wheat germ oils. Squalene is the reason why thousands of sharks are killed for their fins and livers. Shark liver contains high level of Squalene which is the main cancer protecting or preventing substance that give sharks their never gets cancer reputation. And deep sea sharks contain the MOST which is thought to be what enables them to go DEEPER into the ocean, and for longer periods of time.

Please consider the horrendous slaughter going on in our oceans for the vanity of newly affluent shark fin soup eaters.

If you want to have great looking skin, and protect your body from the oxidative damage, consider the amaranth oil, the richest source of squalene that does not come from sharks, plus additional cell-protective nutrients.

Author: Life Enthusiast