Aging Starts From 25? You Need This Anti-Aging Healthy Beverage

Key Stages of Aging

Aging is regarded to be a part and parcel of life. True enough, we are unable to reverse time and freeze our age. We can, however, slow down aging and prevent our body from faltering. By understanding the root cause of aging, we can maintain our health in tip top condition.

The rate of aging differs greatly between individuals. It is a complex process due to the interaction of different physical, lifestyle and environmental factors. Pre-existing conditions, poor eating and sleeping habits, as well as excessive exposure to sunlight and tobacco smoke are some of the many causes that speed up aging. As a general rule of thumb, aging occurs most significantly across three stages.

Ladies, breathe. Stay calm and read on.


Age 25

You may be alarmed to learn that the first sign of aging occurs as early as 25. Oh no, quarter life crisis just got worse. Our skin begins to thin and sag, giving rise to early wrinkles around the corners of the eyes and mouth.

Prolonged period of putting on makeup expedites formation of fine lines[1] as artificial substances penetrate into the pores and break down collagen. Always remove your makeup before turning in, no lazy excuses!


Age 45

At this phase, you are likely to experience more obvious signs of aging both visually and physically. The skin turns visibly less firm and radiant, with forehead wrinkles becoming more prominent. Metabolism slows down for most people, leading to potential weight gain without proper management of calorie intake and dietary habits.


Age 65

Aligned with conventional definition of a senior citizen, age 65 reveals an exponential deterioration of skin texture, physiological functions and musculoskeletal health. Defined wrinkles appear on different areas of the face. Bones become weaker and more susceptible to fracture. Muscles lose strength and flexibility, affecting our sense of balance and stability.

As scary as it seems, there is no need for you to spam facial products or collagen supplements!

Start by first understanding how aging occurs and make suitable lifestyle adjustments to own your body clock.


The Science of Aging

There are many theories surrounding the causes of aging. Among those proposed, one with growing acceptance in the field is the free radical theory[2]. Free radicals are by-products generated from natural metabolic processes and external pollutants such as UV ray, tobacco smoke and industrial chemicals.  Excessive free radicals interfere with antioxidant defenses, causing damage to cellular DNA and accelerates the aging process as a result of oxidative stress.[3]

By inhibiting free radicals, we can potentially reduce the rate of aging[4]. Rejoice!

Antioxidants prevent cellular damage and slow down aging by preventing the formation of free radicals. Reports have established a strong correlation between an antioxidant-rich diet and a lower incidence of age-related illnesses. Not all antioxidants are made equal. Naturally occurring antioxidants or plant-based compounds with high antioxidant activity such as those found in berries, citrus and teas are ideal.


A Natural Way to Slow Down Aging

Rejuvenate, Antioxidant Infused Shot is an award-winning health beverage loaded with natural antioxidants. Extracted from seven kinds of berries, one serving (32ml) of Rejuvenate contains over 5000 ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) units of antioxidants to meet your daily recommended intake.

Backed by an experienced team of researchers from Europe and USA, Rejuvenate is formulated using seven best-in-class techniques such as whole fruit processing and freeze drying to retain its optimal nutritional value. Besides minimizing signs of aging, it also boosts your immunity and improve overall health.

Your body is in a constant battle with free radicals to keep you from aging.

A sachet of Rejuvenate a day, keeps the radicals at bay.

You want to confidently say, age is just a number.



[1] 9 Beauty Habits That Give You Wrinkles. Women’s Health. Source
[2] Effects of antioxidant supplementation on the aging process Source
[3] The free radical theory of aging Source
[4] Antioxidant Redox Signal. Harman D Source
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