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GLOW PROJECT : AUGUSTINUS BADER

written by Faustine 9 janvier 2021

It’s been a dream to collaborate with the brand Augustinus Bader since I tried for the first time their Rich Cream, possibly the most exciting skincare launch in recent years.
This January 2021, I will create recipes for the brand, to nourish, heal, hydrate and plump the skin from the inside out to boost the results of their very unique  formula.
The rock star under the brand is Professor Augustinus Bader, pioneer in stem cell research, bringing his thirty years of expertise and innovative technology to elevate our beauty routine.
He is one of the world’s leading stem cell and biomedical scientists and the originator of a breakthrough medical treatment that activates and orchestrates the body’s natural regenerative processes.
Professor Bader is an internationally recognized authority within regenerative sciences. Bader holds over 200 patents and peer-reviewed papers. I have so much admiration for his work. It’s such a beautiful passion, and working for the brand was such a dream.

 

My favorite product from the brand is the Rich Cream which is scientifically formulated with avocado, evening primrose oil, and beeswax, natural amino acids, high-grade vitamins, and synthesized molecules. The main thing that sets this product apart is the Trigger Factor Complex (TFC8), which stimulates the skin’s vital system to improve texture and bring back the skin’s cushiony bounce.

The Cream is also packed with all-important lipids to help support skin’s protective moisture barrier, nurturing a softer, more supple complexion that glows with health.

  • Rich in antioxidants, amino acids, and vitamins A, B, C, and E
  • An airless bottle keeps the product free from spoilage by air or other environmental contaminants, ensuring its active ingredients’ highest standards and maximum effectiveness.
  • Free from perfumes, silicones, and fillers

For a next-level healthful glow, proper nourishment is vital. Vibrant whole foods are the best diet for our skin for an inside-out glow. It will improve our skin health but also its vitality, and radiance. Food can also maximize skin’s toning effect, clarity, and cells turnover. Fabulous right? Especially when the only thing we have to do is to eat, we all love to eat right?
Many excellent ingredients support the skin from the inside out and sparkle joy and positivity in our daily life. It is fascinating to see how important food is when it comes to a holistic approach to wellness.

The best diet we would advise you is the simplest one. A classic Mediterranean diet, filled with nourishing nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, healthy fats, and well-sourced lean proteins based on whole plants and whole organic meat, fish and foods. 

They all work in synergy to nourish our body, regenerate our cells, rebalance hormone, hydrate and clear our complexion and take care of our gut. Fair skin is not possible without a well-running digestive system. When our core/gut is out of balance, we can’t digest foods properly; our skin can look dull and prone to blemishes and congested. It is increasingly apparent that skin disorders are connected to problems in the gut. A healthy, fully functioning liver is also crucial to the body’s detoxification process. 

The liver is vital for the health of our skin. The skin can become a dumping ground for any toxins that the body is not able to eliminate. When the liver is overworked and less able to eliminate toxic waste products, our skin is in the form of breakouts. So, let’s take care of it too. 

Toxins are stored in our blood every day from various foods, pollution, and stress. Detoxification is described as a process in which the body neutralizes or removes unwanted toxins. It’s also a great way to boosts the immune system, improves skin radiance, boost digestion, and regulates general wellbeing. Blood is the most essential bodily fluid that carries substances like hormones. To encourage and rebalance all that jazz, few ingredients work wonderfully for our beauty. Let’s focus on them in January to start 2021 with a glorious skin health and tonic core!

So, let’s eat a plateful of different coloured foods from fresh fruits and veggies, mindful fats and proteins seem to be the best option to clear our complexion and gives that touch of natural glow that we are all looking for! 

 

The best Purifying foods for glowing and clear skin: 

Beetroot 

One of the most well-known foods for healthy skin.
Beetroot is rich in nutrients such as magnesium, potassium, iron, vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B, and K, which all have amazing health benefits.
Beetroot is especially great for its liver-healing powers and helps rid the toxins body thanks to one phytonutrient called betalains. Detoxification is so important for the skin, as it’s help to reduce congestion and inflammation.
Also, it is important to note that the pectin that contains beetroot is a form of soluble fiber, which helps to flush the system and gives the lymphatic system a natural kick-start. Rich in vitamins and minerals, beetroot supports collagen production, which, we all know it, is essential for skin elasticity.
A real kiss on your cheeks those beetroots !

Ginger

You already might have heard that ginger has impressive health benefits right?
Ginger fights nausea, gas, and bloating. The consumption of ginger is associate with two major factors in the digestion of foods: inflammation and protection of the gut and the increased speed of « gastric mobility ». Simply put, ginger causes us to digest food more quickly while also protecting the gut, which is essential as our gut is directly linked to our mood and our skin. So, ginger helps to keep a clear mind and clean skin!
Ginger is also great to keep the blood healthy as it lowers the level of lipid in the blood.


Coriander 

Coriander is one of the most powerful ingredients. Coriander leaves are rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin K, and protein. They also contain small amounts of calcium, phosphorous, potassium, thiamin, niacin, and carotene.
Very good food for the digestive system, coriander promotes liver functions and bowel movements.
Coriander is also wonderful to lower blood sugar and, as a result, minimize inflammation on the skin.
Coriander has the power to remove heavy metal and negative toxins in the body, which seems essential to keep a clear and radiant complexion.

Spinach 

Spinach is another treasure of Mother Earth.
Rich in iron helps to keep blood in good health but also improves its flow, boosts blood circulation, and improves the dynamism of the lymphatic system, an essential to avoid dull and tired skin.
Spinach is also rich in antioxidants like vitamins A and C. They both work to repair skin cells, boost collagen production, and keep the complexion looking vibrant and youthful, with improved elasticity. The vitamin K that spinach contains keeps the skin clear and reduces inflammation.

Avocado

 Our love is endless for its smooth, calming, and nourishing texture. How can we imagine a salad without its kind taste and divine health benefits? Impossible also if you are looking for beautiful and supple skin all your life.
When it comes to skin health, avocado is an inner moisturizer. Containing monosaturated fatty acids that work together to keep the skin moist and healthy also protects skin against UV damage. Avocado has a reputation for soothing symptoms of sensitivity and inflammation at the same time. Rich in antioxidants, they help protect against cell damage of the skin and free radicals’ ravages. They also promote skin elasticity.

Fennel

 Fennel has been used for centuries as it’s an excellent diuretic for the body. It’s lovely to help fluid retention and help to flush out the toxins from the body. It’s also a diuretic and great to boost the lymphatic system and eliminate the excess water, which causes cellulite.
Fennel has a reputation for a flat stomach thanks to its myriad of properties.
Fennel is also great for balancing feminine hormones, boosts libido, and a cure-all for skin conditions. Rich in vitamin C, fennel is known for its anti-aging properties.
With all these incredible health benefits, fennel is one of the key ingredients to keep skin clear, glowing, and blemish-free as it acts powerfully into the digestive system, which is directly linked to our complexion. So, please don’t be scared of its aniseed-like flavor. It serves for our beauty.

Cucumber

Cucumbers are known for their ability to reduce inflammation and eliminate toxins. They are also wonderful to fix digestive issues (acid reflux and constipation).
They help to flush the system like an internal cleanser, creating a less acidic environment for the gut, an essential for glowing skin! Cucumbers are also packed with various antioxidants that work to combat free radicals that cause aging.
Cucumber is one of the best silica sources, a mineral that activates enzymes involved in collagen production, which helps maintain skin structure and elasticity.

Broccoli

Broccoli is one of the well-known blood purifying foods that helps remove harmful toxins from the body. This green vegetable, when it’s not overcooked and mainly steemed, is loaded with vitamin C, calcium, vitamin K and dietary fibers. It’s a beautiful, nourishing vegetable.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon is such a vibrant spice that helps to get rid of any sugar craving. It is packed with antioxidants, and it’s impressive to boost digestion and help the body get rid of toxins.

Plus, the smell is such a mood booster! Comforting and divine.

Flaxseeds

Flaxseeds are a rich plant-based source of essential fatty acids, protein and dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals.
The healthy fats of flaxseeds are fantastic to nourish the skin from the inside and help you heal your skin from eczema, acne, and psoriasis.
Flaxseed is also great for boosting digestion and balancing hormones.
Flaxseeds control the proportion of estrogen to progesterone in the body—a must at every age.

Grapefruit

The best foods for healthy skin should always include grapefruit. It’s a great source of vitamin C, pectin, potassium, fiber, and vitamin A, which all work in symphony to clear the skin and boost collagen production. The presence of flavonoids initiates enzyme activity is lovely for skin cell turnover.

Healthy skin foods containing vitamin C help to reduce wrinkle formation by increasing collagen production. It is a powerful antioxidant that reduces the number of sunburn cells and reverses age-related damage to the skin. It reduces sunburn caused by exposure and prevents the consequences of long-term sun exposure.

Carrot

Perfect glowing skin food, the carrot is a lovely source of vitamin A, potassium, fiber, biotin, vitamin C, and folate. The presence of fiber in carrots helps clean the intestinal tract. Vitamin A thickens and stimulates the dermis, where collagen, elastin, and blood vessels are present, and it also boosts blood flow to the surface of the skin.

Carrots are also wonderful to repair the epidermis’ cellular structure, which gives us protection from UV rays and decreases the clustering of melanin granules that can reduce pigmentation.

Apples

Full of essential nutrients, an apple undoubtedly is a wonder fruit. Not only does it taste good, but it can also benefit your body in many ways. Apples are repairing and rejuvenating for our body and our mind. Its refreshing taste provides to the skin a high amount of fluid it needs to stay supple. Of course, they are the most straightforward fruit to eat to maintain and enhance your natural beauty.

Apples are high in soluble and insoluble fiber that soaks up toxins and waste and throws it out of your body. It also sweeps the intestinal tract that has a residue of toxins and undigested food particles. Thanks to its myriad of vitamins, minerals, and flavonoids that stimulate bile production that aids the liver get rid of toxins.

Papaya

Papaya, just by the word, your heart can travel in a luxurious wild Balinese forest, where a pink sun, warm sand, and turquoise water, transport your mind to a divine paradise. Well, a bite of papaya can do the same for your skin. A salty kiss for your skin full of this magic. The wide range of antioxidants in papaya helps fight free radical damage and may delay aging signs. Papaya also contains an enzyme called papain which provides additional anti-aging benefits by working as one of the best anti-inflammatory agents. Papaya perhaps helps your body shed dead skin cells, leaving you with glowing, vibrant skin.

Blueberries

We all love blueberries. Their tiny sweet crispy taste is so seductive. They are also rich in vitamin A and C, and an age-defying antioxidant called anthocyanin, which gives their deep, beautiful blue color. These powerful antioxidants may help protect skin from damage due to pollution, sun, and stress. It’s such a beautifying punch to add weekly to your diet.

Cabbages

Cabbages are one of the best foods to incorporate into your diet to rescue your skin from pollution, stress, and other lifestyles that cause dull skin.

Cruciferous vegetables are packed with fibers that facilitate digestion, essential for a clear complexion. They also help keep inflammation in check and keep our blood pressure levels and cholesterol checked. They are treasures of vitamins and healthy antioxidants like vitamin C, K, Folate, and B6. They also contain sulfur present in every cell as its aids pulling in nutrition and removing waste from our cells. This detox activity is essential for clear skin.

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