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Sensitive Guard Hand Cream

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    PRICKLY PEAR cactus. Due to its extraordinary form, the cactus is known to be able to store lots of water. Furthermore, antioxidants protect the cactus from harmful UV radiation, so that it survives in the desert. The extract from the trunk of the prickly pear cactus is also particularly rich in minerals and antioxidants. Based on its very good water-binding properties, it provides the skin with moisture in the long term and soothes irritated skin in a sustained manner.

    VITAMIN A is a wonderful vitamin for the skin for many reasons. Vitamin A helps to protect the skin from free radical damage, in addition to speeding the cell renewal process. Vitamin A contributes to a healthy, youthful glow. Topical vitamin A can also be very beneficial for skin care or general age prevention. Vitamin A in retinol form can be applied topically to the skin to lessen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Low-level retinol creams can be found in the store, but high-dose creams need to be obtained with a prescription from your doctor. Topical vitamin A treatments have also been used to treat acne.

    VITAMIN E's substantiated capabilities include: Protecting the epidermis from early stages of ultraviolet light damage; Increasing the efficacy of active sunscreen ingredients; Reducing the formation of free radicals upon skin exposure to UVA rays and other sources of skin stress; Preventing the peroxidation of fats, a leading source of cell membrane damage in the body; Reducing transepidermal water loss from skin and strengthens the skin's barrier function; Protecting the skin barrier's oil (lipid) balance during the cleansing process; Reducing the severity of sunburn. 2002 and 2008 studies both reported that vitamin E had protective antioxidant effects on the skin. The 2002 study demonstrated effects in people with vitiligo, a skin disorder. It concluded that vitamin E can provide protective effects to skin but may not affect vitiligo. The 2008 study noted that vitamin E has antioxidant effects on the skin, especially in the form of alpha tocopherol. It also noted that vitamin E can protect against "photoaging."

    VITAMIN F or essential fatty acids help by rebuilding skin cells protective membrane, skin cells can gain moisture, oxygen, and a stronger structure, helping them become plumper, more supple and flexible. Thus, skin on face and back of hands shows new body and a smoother look and feel. EFA (essential fatty acids) deficiency affects cell membrane structure, resulting in the skin becoming dry and thin.  
    PRICKLY PEAR cactus. Due to its extraordinary form, the cactus is known to be able to store lots of water. Furthermore, antioxidants protect the cactus from harmful UV radiation, so that it survives in the desert. The extract from the trunk of the prickly pear cactus is also particularly rich in minerals and antioxidants. Based on its very good water-binding properties, it provides the skin with moisture in the long term and soothes irritated skin in a sustained manner.

    VITAMIN A is a wonderful vitamin for the skin for many reasons. Vitamin A helps to protect the skin from free radical damage, in addition to speeding the cell renewal process. Vitamin A contributes to a healthy, youthful glow. Topical vitamin A can also be very beneficial for skin care or general age prevention. Vitamin A in retinol form can be applied topically to the skin to lessen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Low-level retinol creams can be found in the store, but high-dose creams need to be obtained with a prescription from your doctor. Topical vitamin A treatments have also been used to treat acne.

    VITAMIN E's substantiated capabilities include: Protecting the epidermis from early stages of ultraviolet light damage; Increasing the efficacy of active sunscreen ingredients; Reducing the formation of free radicals upon skin exposure to UVA rays and other sources of skin stress; Preventing the peroxidation of fats, a leading source of cell membrane damage in the body; Reducing transepidermal water loss from skin and strengthens the skin's barrier function; Protecting the skin barrier's oil (lipid) balance during the cleansing process; Reducing the severity of sunburn. 2002 and 2008 studies both reported that vitamin E had protective antioxidant effects on the skin. The 2002 study demonstrated effects in people with vitiligo, a skin disorder. It concluded that vitamin E can provide protective effects to skin but may not affect vitiligo. The 2008 study noted that vitamin E has antioxidant effects on the skin, especially in the form of alpha tocopherol. It also noted that vitamin E can protect against "photoaging."

    VITAMIN F or essential fatty acids help by rebuilding skin cells protective membrane, skin cells can gain moisture, oxygen, and a stronger structure, helping them become plumper, more supple and flexible. Thus, skin on face and back of hands shows new body and a smoother look and feel. EFA (essential fatty acids) deficiency affects cell membrane structure, resulting in the skin becoming dry and thin.