The ‘super’ Ingredient That Can Help Reduce
Your Risk of Skin Cancer found in daytox skincare range
And it’s found in your kitchen!
Broccoli has been scientifically proven to help prevent and protect against skin cancer
Bestselling global brand Daytox use Broccoli in their vegan skincare range which has just arrived in the UK
Proven to reduce cholesterol and regulate blood pressure
‘IT’ ingredient helps to block UV Rays that cause skin cancer
Skin cancer is a common concern amongst both men and women as we get older but, unbeknown to many, nearly all skin cancers can be treated effectively if they are found early, so knowing what to look for is key. Most skin cancers are actually caused by exposure to the sun. This may be long term exposure, or short periods of intense sun exposure and burning that can damage the DNA in the skin cells. This damage can happen years before a cancer develops, but what if there was a wonder ingredient that could help to protect you from the sun and help prevent skin cancer at the same time?
Not only was your mother right when she told you to eat your broccoli because it’s good for you, but the new ‘IT’ ingredient holds a multitude of skincare and health benefits that look after you from the inside out. So why is broccoli so wondrous? Unlike any other greens found in your kitchen, this natural anti-oxidant has proven to be effective at reducing the risk of skin cancer.
Broccoli contains an enzyme called myrosinase that changes the sulfur-based chemicals into sulforaphane which holds anti-cancer properties. Recent studies by Dr Mercola, Osteopathic Physician from Illinois Natural Health Centre stated, ‘Sulforaphane encourages the production of enzymes that protect your blood vessels and reduce the number of molecules that cause cell damage by as much as 73 percent’2. Not only have studies confirmed this upon oral consumption, but Dr. Dickinson’s research in the University of Arizona on broccoli's chemopreventive properties1 also indicates that sulforaphane is highly adaptable, when it comes to inhibiting cancer-causing pathways 1
Dr Dickinson’s research states Sulforaphane is the kind of compound that has so many incredible theoretical applications if the dosage is measured properly. We already know that it is very effective in blocking sunburn, and we have seen cases where it can induce protective enzymes in the skin. 1
One of the many natural products researched for use in topical prevention of UV-induced skin cancers, broccoli can treat all your skincare and health needs simultaneously.
After months of scientific research, Daytox have bought their bestselling, 100% certified vegan skincare range to the UK that combines this amazing ingredient with other key actives to detoxify the skin and prevent pre-mature ageing all in one hit. Their new BioDtox complex contains an exclusive blend of Broccoli, Aloe Vera and Citrus to boost the body’s defences and stimulate detoxification of the skin. BioDtox inhibits the formation of free radicals to protect the skin against oxidative stress and cancerous cells.
Daytox Skincare Ingredients and Benefits:
BioDtox: A 100% natural blend of three ingredients: Aloe Vera, Broccoli und Citrus.
Cuckooflower: With its high vitamin C content, this plant helps to make the skin feel silky-smooth.
Avocado Oil: This rich oil is especially well absorbed by the skin. Its high level of vitamins A and E and unsaturated fatty acids improve the complexion of the skin.
Hyaluron: Because of its high fat content, this oil is especially well absorbed by the skin. It contains vitamins A and E and unsaturated fatty acids, which improve the complexion.
Pineapple and Papaya enzymes are blended with rice proteins. Combined with water they have an exfoliating effect, gently removing dead skin cells.
Amaranth Oil: This oil has a moisturizing effect that supports the regeneration of the cells and skin.
Sesame Oil: Ideal for dry, stressed and pale skin. Pores are reopened and the skin smooth and toned.
Celligent: The combination of rosemary extract, rice and sugar beet provides active cell and DNA protection. Developed specifically for the treatment of UV-stressed skin, Celligent neutralises free radicals and prevents UV-associated skin damage. It works against redness, the signs of aging and DNA damage and supports cell regeneration.
1 Dr Dickinson: Research on broccoli's chemopreventive properties at the Pharmacology Department at the University of Arizona Cancer Center
2 Dr Mercola, Epidemiological study suggest that intake of cruciferous vegetables including broccoli reduces the risks for the induction of certain forms of cancer.
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