How to Be Wrinkle Free with Diet and Vitamin C Ester Products

The dreaded sign of aging: wrinkles.

As you age, your body produces a lower levels of skin proteins that keep skin tight and supple, causing sagging, wrinkled skin.

Wrinkles do not have to be an inevitable result of aging. There are numerous ways to prevent and improve your skin to be wrinkle free, including following an anti-inflammatory diet and using vitamin C ester products.

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What to Eat: Ideas for Improving your Diet

There are a variety of factors that contribute to the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, ranging from sun exposure and smoking to an unhealthy diet.

An unhealthy, pro-inflammatory diet will lead to oily and wrinkled skin. Therefore, it is crucial to maintain a healthy eating lifestyle that includes plenty of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and omega 3 fatty acids foods, such as wild Alaskan salmon.

There are a myriad of simple ways to incorporate healthier eating into your daily diet, some of which can include:

  • Enjoying a daily fruit smoothie
  • Drinking juices high in carotene
  • Adding fresh spinach leaves to salad

It is also important to drink substantial amounts of water; drinking 8-10 glasses of water daily is necessary for healthy, wrinkle-free skin. Water helps keep skin hydrated which results in smoother, softer skin.


Nutritional Supplements and Clinical Skin Treatments

Maintaining a healthy diet is critical in keeping wrinkle-free skin; however, there are other ways, such as using vitamin C ester products, to help stay wrinkle free.

Nutritional supplements with antioxidants, amino acids, and vitamins can help improve skin’s outer appearance. It is important to include such supplements into your daily diet for beautiful, wrinkle-free skin.




Among Dr Perricone vitamins, vitamin C Ester skin supplement, for example, is a powerful antioxidant that protects and helps smooth the skin’s surface, among its many health benefits.

Topical vitamin C ester products, such as Eye Area Therapy, can also help decrease and prevent the appearance of wrinkles. Many nutrients have proven effective in contributing to healthier looking skin when applied topically.

With an anti-inflammatory diet and Vitamin C Ester products you can prevent and slow signs of aging to achieve that wrinkle-free look you desire.

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  1. After many years of sunbathing as a teenager, In my mid twenties I discovered some of its effects: thinning skin, broken capillaries, and discolorations on my cheeks and forehead. I was advised by my dermatologist to try prescription level Retin A to help reduce sun discoloration and to plump my skin. Five years later, after applying Renova at night followed by Kinerase morning and night religiously, I found that my skin looks better than it did before! However, I am hoping to further increase the elasticity of my skin and to fade still-existing discolorations. I am 31 years old, yet I look 35. Having read your book, I am very interested in trying your products. Please consider me for a case study!

  2. I’m a professional performer (actor, singer)and former model. Suddenly, overnight, I developed wrinkles and dry skin. In addition my skin became so fragile that if I scratch it more than about half a dozen times, it starts bleeding!

    I only use makeup when I’m performing and seldom go out in the sun. I eat a mostly natural foods diet. However, since I do need a lot of protein, I regularly eat meat, usually non-organic due to time constraints of shopping at the health food store. I’ve had a tremendous amount of stress in my life in the past several years.

    I desperately need nutritional supplements to reverse wrinkles and dry skin. Plus I need moisturizers for my formerly gorgeous, unlined skin. Almost no moisturizers have ever worked on my skin except the original and now long-gone Georgette Klinger natural products. My skin reacts horribly to perfumes and lots of ingredients in “average” products.

  3. I have tried everything to get rid of acne. if your products work then thank god. I am very eager to try them out.

  4. Although I agree about the fact that a healthy balanced diet is likely to help to maintain a healthy skin and potentially reduce wrinkles I am unsure whether supplements would be necessary to achieve this I think other aspects such as reducing environmental pollutants and toxins such as nicotine and alcohol may have even more pronounced effects than some supplements.