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Thioctic Acid / Alpha Lipoic Acid Benefits in Skincare

Thioctic Acid / Alpha Lipoic Acid,

is an antioxidant that is present in every cell of our body,  where it plays a pivotal role in making energy through breaking down carbohydrates. It is a naturally occurring compound that is synthesized in small amounts in human body.
Tomatoes and spinach, broccoli, peas and brussel sprouts, yams, potatoes, carrots etc. other foods that have Lipoic Acid include. Yeast, fish, chicken, red meat and specific meat organ like heart, kidney and liver.
Thioctic Acid (also known as Alpha Lipoic Acid)


Thioctic Acid

Thioctic Acid (also known as Alpha Lipoic Acid)

 Thioctic Acid (also known as Alpha Lipoic Acid) – ALA is a fatty acid found naturally in skin cells and a potent antioxidant that has ability to scavenge free-radicals which lead to premature aging and wrinkling. “But unlike other antioxidants, it’s one of the few antioxidants that is both fat- and water-soluble, meaning it can work inside the cell and in the cell membrane. In one study published by the British Journal of Dermatology, 33 middle-aged women were treated twice daily for 12 weeks—half the face with a 5% ALA cream, the other half with a control cream. Skin quality improved significantly—by about 50%--in terms of smoothness and wrinkle reduction. Alpha lipoic acid has two important characteristics. Firstly, as a fundamental co-enzyme in several energy-producing reactions on a cellular level. And secondly, as a small but powerful antioxidant accessible to all parts of the body. (Truth in Aging)

Thioctic Acid is a powerful anti-oxidant, enhancer of the antioxidant effects of glutathione and vitamins C and E, co-factor to energy production – keeping cells youthful, delays formation of fine lines and wrinkle, has anti-inflammatory benefits, promotes collagen synthesis. Alpha-lipoic acid is a very amazing ingredient that helping to protect against the effects of ageing, both in its resistance and reversal.