Quercetin and your skin

Lipolysis, blood circulation support, skin irritation, cellulite

Quercetin is a flavonoid found in many herbs, vegetables and fruits and is well researched for its antioxidant action and circulation supporting benefits. It has also been found to be a PDE4 inhibitor and therefore acts as a lipolytic. Finally, quercetin is well-known for its anti-irritation / anti-histamine action.

 

Quercetin cream

Quercetin is of great importance as an active ingredient in anti-cellulite, leg wellness, contouring and under-eye creams [the Celluence® creams are the only leg wellness / cellulite creams in the world with high concentrations of 95%+ pure quercetin, encased in liposomes, plus 39x other natural anti-cellulite actives].

 

 

 

 

2+ ways Quercetin

helps fight skin irritation, inflammation, oxidative damage, water retention and cellulite

 

 

2/ Quercetin, alone or with green tea extract EGCG, fights fat tissue inflammation...

...caused by high fat diet, by reducing proinflammatory gene expression.

[Source: Quercetin and Green Tea Extract Supplementation Downregulates Genes Related to Tissue Inflammatory Responses to a 12-Week High Fat-Diet in Mice]

 

 

1/ Quercetin PREVENTS mitochondria-related health dysfunction...

...by protecting mitochondria from oxidative stress, by helping regulate mitochondrial metabolism and biogenesis, and by modulating cell apoptosis due to mitochondrial dysfunction [Source: Dietary Polyphenols and Mitochondrial Function: Role in Health and Disease]