Many people wonder about the reason that some skin care products are named after gold in some way, like the Beneleaf 24k Gold Eye mask. It seems strange, to some, that gold would be worth naming a beauty product after, but only to those who are not familiar with the benefits that come with this precious metal.
So what are the benefits? The experts at Beneleaf have researched everything that goes into every product. To answer many of the questions we see on a regular basis, they’ve compiled this list of benefits that everyone can get from incorporating Gold into their daily routine.
Reduction of Wrinkles
First and foremost, including gold in your beauty routine can be the first and best way to clear your skin of wrinkles, spots, and other unsightly aspects. It activates the cells and increases the moisture content and elasticity of the skin as a whole. The result is a younger appearance without having to wait a long time to see it.
Skin Cell Stimulus
Gold contains ions that help stimulate nerves, cells, and other aspects of your body. The result of these ions doing what they do is that it can improve blood circulation. The increased circulation also means that waste and heavy metals are more quickly transported out of the body. This leads to healthier skin that looks and feels younger.
There are many things that can lead to premature aging in a person, but one of the most prevalent involves the drying of the skin. If you want to reduce the rate in which you see yourself aging in the mirror, consider the use of gold infused skin care products that would allow you to increase the moisture in your skin and the metabolic rate so that premature aging is prevented.
Looking to lighten up your complexion? If so, then do what Cleopatra did back in the days of old - use gold in your skincare routine on a daily basis and you’ll notice that your complexion will be lighter, your skin will glow, and you’ll see a more youthful appearance in the mirror each day.
If your goal is smooth skin, then gold is the answer. At the age of 25 or so, the body begins making less and less collagen. As a result, the skin becomes less elastic and can actually wrinkle and age faster than you might expect. Gold can help prevent that depletion and can make your skin smoother by doing so. As a result, you’ll see that your skin is far more flexible and maintains that flexibility for some time to come.
Reversing Sun Damage
We all know that the sun can be quite damaging to our skin. As such, we go to great lengths to prevent and reverse sun damage. Gold can be used with great success in reversal of sun damage because it helps to slow down the production of melanin, thus making the tanning process a bit slower and more controllable. This goes to great lengths to prevent over-tanning and the skin troubles that come with it.
There are plenty of ways that your allergies can mess with you, but skin issues, rashes, bumps, and even acne can result. All the way back to the times of Egyptian pharaohs, gold has been used to treat such ailments. There are antioxidant properties in this precious metal that help to increase the blood flow, helping reduce the physical effects of allergies.
Since the times of old, people have been using gold, in conjunction with cold and other minerals and vitamins, to treat skin issues. One of the most commonly treated in this manner have been skin inflammation and ulcers. It is said that gold helps transport oxygen into the cells of your skin, helping to revitalize and rejuvenate it.
Did you know that gold can help improve circulation? One of the many things that can be seen after the use of gold-infused skin care products is real glowing skin. Why does it glow? As tiny particles of gold are absorbed into the skin, a deep, rich glow develops, showing that the skin is well hydrated and healthy. Who knew that you could get that radiance from real gold?!
As you can see, there are so many benefits to including gold-infused products, such as Beneleaf’s 24k gold eye masks, into your daily beauty routine. Looking to feel young again? Start with gold and see where this precious metal can take you.
- May 13, 2017
- Adriana Morgan