How it supports your body
Olives have long been known to be an important part of a healthy diet, but how some of the molecules helped prevent skin aging is only slowly being understood. This unique olive extract has been is made using specific olives grown in the south of Italy. It is full of powerful antioxidants that have been specifically studied to help increase skin thickness, moisture and to reduce skin aging when exposed to light.
Everything we eat, and the nutrients we absorb are used by our bodies to create and renew our skin. During menopause one of the symptoms of reduced estrogen is a thinning and change in our skin texture. By providing our skin with a small dose of this special olive extract, you're helping your skin maintain moisture and reduce visible signs of aging.
Commonly found in: Olive fruit
Our source: Olea europaea L.
Amount (The Daily): 50mg of olive fruit extract standardized relative to the active polyphenols
Supplier: Indena (Italy)
What makes it special: This calorie-free extract is made using only select olives from specific trees in southern Italy. Carefully extracted to make sure that it contains the most active antioxidant molecules in olives, this extract has been clinically studied to improve skin health and to reduce visible signs of skin aging.
There are 870+ papers looking in to how olive extract can help with healthy aging. Take a dive into the research to see what the science says. Below are three papers to get you started.
** Effects of a standardized olive (Olea Europea) fruit extract on healthy skin aging parameters. Minerva Medica. 2019
** Twelve-month consumption of a polyphenol extract from olive (Olea europaea) in a double blind, randomized trial increases serum total osteocalcin levels and improves serum lipid profiles in postmenopausal women with osteopenia. J Nutr Health Aging. 2015 Jan;19(1):77-86
** Olive Oil and the Hallmarks of Aging. Molecules. 2016 Jan 29;21(2):163