Fashion Week's Hottest New Trend is Glowing Skin
New York Fashion Week, GlyTerra
Is smooth, young-looking skin truly the ultimate in fashion? This year's New York Fashion Week wasn't just the scene for cutting-edge new styles, designers, and celebrities it also set the stage for a frenzy of excitement over a new skin formulation called GlyTerra-gL. GlyTerra is a revolutionary, two-part "anti-aging" system (a 2% day cream and 4% concentrated night cream) that combats the OTHER cause of wrinkles sugar (betcha didn't know that sugar causes wrinkles). How did a skin cream become such a hot topic at one of the world's most prestigious fashion events? Apparently Fashion Week attendees believe vibrant, radiant-looking skin is still the sexiest fashion accessory of all.
So why are so many of these beauty experts calling GlyTerra-gL "The most significant breakthrough in skin care since the discovery of retinol!"? Because not only does GlyTerra reduce the appearance of existing fine lines, deep wrinkles and crow's feet... visibly improve the appearance of age spots and loose, droopy, flaccid skin making everyone's complexion look healthier, more radiant, and significantly younger it helps repair and prevent sugar-related, age-causing damage to your skin. Not even Retinol can do all that! (BTW, the "sugar" we're talking about is not just the kind of sugar you get from candy bars and soda. A glass of wine, a bowl of pasta, a slice of bread even excess protein, fruit and veggies eventually turn into sugar [glucose] in the body.)
How exactly does sugar cause wrinkles? Sugar ages your skin through a process called glycation creating glycotoxins that produce wrinkles, even if you've been religiously wearing your sunscreen. Elle magazine explained glycation in a recent article called "Sugar and Aging: How to Fight Glycation": "When you have sugar molecules in your system, they bombard the body's cells like a meteor shower glomming onto fats and proteins in a process known as glycation. This forms advanced glycation end products (commonly shortened, appropriately, to AGEs), which cause protein fibers to become stiff and malformed The proteins in skin most prone to glycation are the same ones that make a youthful complexion so plump and springy collagen and elastin. When those proteins hook up with renegade sugars, they become discolored, weak, and less supple; this shows up on the skin's surface as wrinkles, sagginess, and a loss of radiance."
GlyTerra-gL contains a topically applied anti-glycation compound that caused a huge commotion at the 9th World Congress of Cosmetic Dermatology held in Athens, Greece. That's where research showing that this groundbreaking topical compound significantly reduced the amount of AGE content in actual human skin was presented to more than 1,000 of the world's foremost experts in the field of dermatology. As you would expect, it stole the show.