This Nordic Berry is a Powerhouse in Skincare
Locating Cloudberries in Arctic Marshlands
Uncovering the Anti-Aging Benefits of Cloudberries on Mature Skin
1. Cloudberries are packed with anti-aging vitamins
Cloudberries contain four times more Vitamin C than an orange. Why is that important? Vitamin C is an antioxidant that stimulates the production of collagen, which is a skin protein that promotes the renewal of skin cells. Vitamin C in cloudberries helps to diminish fine lines, smooth rough skin texture, and balance skin tone.
The Vitamin E in cloudberries hydrate the skin to keep it soft, plump, and supple. Vitamin E is deeply hydrating and helps maintain moisture levels even sub-freezing temperatures.
Cloudberries also contain high levels of beta-carotene, which stimulates the production of Vitamin A. Vitamin A helps to firm the skin and protect it from free radicals. Remember that Retinol is a derivative of Vitamin A, so Cloudberries work synergistically with Retinol Palmitate and HPR (both in Stråla One).
These vitamins (amongst others) in cloudberries can help your skin achieve a radiant glow.
2. Cloudberries are a great source of Ellagic Acid
This cloudberry component also protects against oxidative stress by scavenging free radicals and helping to decrease overall free radical production. Hands down, Ellagic Acid is a wonderful skin protectant.
3. Cloudberries contain high levels of Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids
4. Cloudberries contain high concentrations of Iron
As you may be familiar, anemia caused by iron deficiency leads to pale skin and dark circles under eyes. Without enough iron, your body does not produce enough hemoglobin, which transports oxygen to red blood cells throughout your body. And the lack of oxygen reaching red blood cells causes skin to look pale. However, a balanced diet rich in iron or supplemented with Cloudberries can help produce glowing and radiant skin.