What is Ega® Retinol + Vitamin K anti-aging cream
Ega® cream contains potent pure Retinol and Vitamin K ingredients in MICROSPONGE® technologically advanced base for deeper, faster skin absorption and penetration. Ega® anti-aging cream minimizes both ways actual age marks and the future appearance of fine lines, age spots, wrinkles, and roughness on the skin surface. The body is always suffering from a deficiency of vitamin K but it is possible to boost levels by eating leafy green vegetables or source it by applying to skin topically with Ega cream.
Banish bruises: Bruises are formed when a bang or a knock breaks capillaries, causing them to leak blood close to the skin’s surface, forming an unsightly purple or brownish mark. Medical studies show that smoothing vitamin K cream onto the affected area can limit the leaking, reducing the severity of a bruise, particularly if applied soon after the trauma. Vitamin K cream has been shown to be even more effective if it also contains retinol. Gently rubbing the cream onto a bruise twice a day also helps to break down the blood and assist the body in absorbing it, encouraging the bruise to fade faster.
Decrease dark circles: One of the most common beauty products to contain vitamin K is eye creams and Ega cream can also be used as an under-eye skin treatment solution. Some dark circles are caused by fragile capillaries leaking blood in the delicate undereye area where the skin is so thin the blood is clearly visible in the form of brown bags. Gently tapping on a vitamin K cream can diminish the discoloration by causing the blood to clot, stopping it from spreading, while also helping to prevent further leakage. It is recommended to use Vitamin C serums to add the maximum effect for eliminating dark circles, which helps the skin absorb vitamin K more quickly, and vitamin A, which helps with renewal and collagen growth, strengthening the thinner undereye skin.
Soothe post-surgery: Healing after cosmetic surgery can often be a disappointingly long process. To help improve patient satisfaction, plastic surgeons have long prescribed vitamin K creams to reduce bruising and scarring during the recovery period. Applying the cream regularly for two weeks before facelift surgery can also help limit postoperative bruising. One medical study has shown a topical application of vitamin K reduces bruising after facial laser treatments and would also be likely to help fade bruises caused by other nonsurgical treatments, such as the use of fillers on facial lines.
Subdue spider veins: Many over-the-counter creams that claim to treat unsightly red veins contain vitamin K. The theory is that thread or spider, veins behave similarly to bruises because they are both caused by the pooling of blood from damaged blood vessels – since vitamin K is known to reduce bruising, it should therefore also reduce thread veins. In the United Kingdom, doctors sometimes recommend the use of creams containing 5 percent vitamin K to reduce the appearance of fine red veins sitting just under the skin’s surface.
Why use Ega® Retinol + Vitamin K anti-aging cream
Potent Retinol component in Ega anti-aging cream composition has multiple benefits for facial skincare and health. Here you can read about all the retinol (vitamin A) features in Ega cream. Retin-A Cream description. Vitamin A isn’t just consumed orally in vitamin pills. Retinol, a form of vitamin A, is one of many ingredients found in various topical skincare products. It’s widely used because it has many applications and uses for the general improvement of your skin’s health. Check prospective skincare product labels to see if this influential ingredient is listed. It can be a factor in the efficacy of your chosen skin cream, serum or lotion.
Clears acne: Topical forms of retinol effectively treat acne. It works by unplugging your follicles and exfoliating your skin cells to keep pores clear. Simultaneously, retinol also helps eliminate bacteria that cause pimples, creating a two-pronged acne-destroying situation.
Diminishes wrinkles: Retinol component in EGA Anti-aging cream work as a powerful antioxidant to help “repair skin damage”. Retinol can help rejuvenate skin and smooth the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It’s commonly found in over-the-counter anti-wrinkle treatments.
Lightens discolorations: Retinol and its derivatives are “extremely effective” in helping to even skin tone and fade skin discolorations. This may be due to its exfoliating properties, helping to slough off dark cells to reveal lighter skin underneath.
Fewer side effects: Retinol can be used as an alternative to tretinoin, the latter commonly used in prescription skin treatments. Retinol has much lighter effects but without the negative side effects associated with tretinoin, such as a burning sensation or scaling of the skin.
Shrinks pores: Your pore size is set by your genetics, but retinoids such as retinol can help improve your pore’s shape and size. This may be due in part to its exfoliating, which removes debris that may stretch your pores open.
Let’s now overview the benefits of Vitamin K on the skin. Strong Vitamin K which is the main part of Ega cream, a vitamin that is essential to blood clotting processes, also helps your skin look younger. In newborn nurseries across the US and world, infants routinely receive a dose of vitamin K to prevent possible hemorrhaging. Today dermatologists proved that Vitamin K in a special half-life state can also help to age and damaged skin look younger and healthier.
Vitamin K reduces bruising severity: Studies strongly proved that Vitamin K cream helps skin heal faster after different skincare procedures and treatments like pulsed dye laser, which are used to erase spider veins in the face. Patients undergoing a laser procedure used a cream containing Vitamin K on one-half of their faces and a placebo on the other. Half the patients used the cream for two weeks before the treatment. The other half used it for two weeks after the treatment. In the post-operative group, the bruising on the vitamin K side of the face was less severe than on the placebo side. Patients in the pre-operative group showed no difference.
In 2009, researchers at Colorado University gave patients a gel containing Vitamin K oxide to use on one side of their faces after laser surgery and a placebo to use on the other. Researchers used photographs to evaluate bruise resolution – how quickly the bruises faded day by day. The Vitamin K side of the face consistently showed more improvement than the placebo side each day after the second day. The researchers concluded that the topical application of Vitamin K gel helps patients heal faster after facial laser surgery.
Vitamin K improves skin elasticity: The role of a Vitamin K-dependent enzyme in the genetic disease pseudoxanthoma elasticum – PXE. People suffering from PXE have severe skin wrinkling on the face and body. The researchers found that a specific protein – Matrix-carboxyglutamic acid protein, usually called MGP – inhibits the calcification of skin tissues that lead to wrinkling in PXE. Vitamin K activates the protein. People whose bodies cannot metabolize vitamin K also show symptoms of PXE. While this study focused on people suffering from PXE, the researchers suggested that Vitamin K plays a role in preserving elasticity in the skin of people without the disease as well.
Improves dark under-eye circles: Vitamin K reduced dark under-eye circles in almost half the patients. Researchers recruited 57 volunteers with dark circles and wrinkles under their eyes. Each volunteer used a gel containing 2 percent vitamin K along with small amounts of retinol and vitamins A and C. At the end of eight weeks, 27 participants showed a reduction of dark circles and in quality and quantity of fine lines as well.
How to use Ega® Retinol + Vitamin K anti-aging cream
- Wash face with a mild cleanser;
- Apply the cream only at night;
- Spread evenly over the face including the area under the eyes;
- Massage gently for absorption;
- Use Ega cream continuously for at least 4 months to see 100% results.