NADIA Skin Announces Anti-Aging Breakthrough in Skincare
New Orleans, LA, August 28, 2020 –(PR.com)– A breakthrough treatment in holistic health, integrative medicine and detoxification is now making its way into high-end skincare. Avior Nutritionals has announced the launch of a skincare line specializing in an ingredient previously reserved for clinical settings – NAD+.
NAD+ is a coenzyme found in all living cells. It is responsible for cellular energy, mitochondrial functioning, and DNA repair. Our bodies make NAD+ naturally, but less and less of it as we age. How much less? By age 50, our NAD+ levels are typically half of what they were at age 20. Diminished levels of NAD+ are associated with visible signs of aging, such as fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin.
Avior Nutritionals is the manufacturer of REAL NAD+, a product available only through physicians. After years of case studies where practitioners reported that utilization of NAD+ coincided with improvements in overall health, Avior’s chemists began working on a formulation designed to optimize the delivery of NAD+ in topical applications. “NADIA Skincare is designed to support cellular health and a youthful appearance using a unique combination of antioxidants, peptides, hyaluronic acid, and high-potency Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, better known as NAD+,” said company spokesperson and product development specialist, Jordan Bell.
Bell believes that NAD+ will usher in a new era in anti-aging skincare, and she isn’t alone. Studies have shown topical nicotinamide to have anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, anti-carcinogenic, and moisturizing properties. Skin’s elasticity, collagen production, and ability to repair its epidermal layer have all been linked to NAD+. Studies performed by scientists at Harvard Medical School showed that cells in mice equivalent to those of a 60-year-old human behaved as those equivalent to a 20-year-old’s after only one week of treatment.
To date, skincare formulations have focused only on precursors, derivatives of Vitamin B thought to encourage the body’s production of NAD+. The launch of NADIA marks a shift to science-backed skincare formulations designed to deliver the final NAD+ molecule.
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