Do not miss the highly potent
New Zealand's natural Astaxanthin
nature's most powerful secret weapon
that will transform women dreams
into a beautiful dream life...
the healthy glow
Boosts the skin's natural resistance
to free radicals and UV exposure
NEW ZEALAND NATURAL ASTAXANTHIN
OCEAN’S BEST KEPT HEALTH SECRET
Astaxanthin is far more effective than other carotenoids. As the
Haematococcus pluvialis alga protects itself from intense ultraviolet
radiation by producing Astaxanthin as a natural sunscreen, when
utilizing the natural Astaxanthin, it is like creating one’s own "internal
The combination of Astaxanthin’s high-potency antioxidant
and anti-inflammatory properties allows it to address an array of health
concerns, including skin health and protection of age-related macular
degeneration and vision.
The threat to the skin's quality is the damage occurring from free
radicals, exposure to ultraviolets radiation, pollution and toxins.
Astaxanthin demonstrates to be the most potent natural antioxidant.
Its positive impact on skin works by protecting the skin’s layers
against oxidative stress.
Indeed, natural Astaxanthin offers topical benefits, participating for
reversing the signs of ageing. Astaxanthin also shows that it can act
as an effective "skin whitening agent", it was found to reduce melanin
by 40%, greatly reducing freckles and age spots.
Millefeuille Daily Defender
Astaxanthin is a red carotenoid pigment similar in structure to beta-carotene. Currently the primary natural source for astaxanthin is microscopic small plants: the micro-algae Haematococcus pluvialis which seem to accumulate the highest levels of astaxanthin in nature. Astaxanthin is produced only by microalgae Haematococcus pluvialis when its water supply dries up, forcing it to protect itself from ultraviolet radiation. It’s the algae’s survival mechanism; astaxanthin serves as a "force shield" to protect the algae from lack of nutrition and/or intense sun light.
There are only two main sources of astaxanthin - the microalgae that produce it and the sea creatures that consume the algae (such as salmon, shellfish, krill). Astaxanthin is the reason salmon have the strength and endurance to swim up rivers and waterfalls for days on end; their diet is high in this pigment, which concentrates in their muscles and make them one of the ‘kings of endurance’ of the animal kingdom. The pigment is the most commonly occurring red carotenoid in marine and aquatic animals.
Scientists long ago discovered that a class of naturally occurring pigments called carotenoids held powerful antioxidant properties that are crucial for health. As a source of antioxidants and Vitamin A, carotenoids are critical to the photosynthetic process and protect a plant or organism from damage by light and oxygen. By consuming plants or organisms that contain these pigments, a similar protective benefit is gained by the human body.
Much more powerful than beta-carotene, alpha-tocopherol, lycopene and lutein (other members of its chemical family), astaxanthin, by far the most powerful carotenoid antioxidant, exhibits very strong free scavenging activity (65 times more powerful than Vitamin C, 54 times more powerful than beta-carotene and 14 times more powerful than Vitamin E) and protects cells, organs and body tissues from oxidative damage.