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Bioflavonoids in medical cosmetology

Ilko Bakardzhiev, Ivalina Ignatova, Desislava Gesheva, Krasimira Stefanova, Viktoria Georgieva

Abstract

Bioflavonoids are natural compounds with a defined antioxidant effect. They are responsible for the characteristic color of fruits and vegetables and have a beneficial effect on both the health of the entire human body and the skin. Sources of bioflavonoids are citrus fruits, dark chocolate, red wine, etc. There are thousands different types of flavonoids known for having many essential functions for the skin, such as reducing aging processes, photoprotection, improving blood supply to the skin, making the skin tan more even, etc.


Keywords

bioflavonoids, fruits and vegetables, sources, essential functions, skin

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14748/jmk.v6i1.9489

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