Effects of Natural Polyphenols Against Skin Aging
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Keywords:Aging, Skin Aging, Polyphenols, Skin Wrinkles
Aging is a natural process in humans that causes changes in the immune response, increased frailty and malignancy, and reduced skin elasticity. The ever-increasing global average age significantly affects the economic structure of countries by increasing expenditures on health and other social activities to ensure individual welfare. Therefore, it is important to determine the mechanisms of action of environmental factors that cause health problems that have negative effects on quality of life at the molecular level in order to determine effective treatment and prevention strategies. Interest in the use of natural products in the battle against age-related neurological and dermatological asthma has recently increased. Polyphenols are natural products that show many beneficial biological activities when taken into the body in appropriate amounts. Regular intake of polyphenols from food and beverages shows antioxidant, anticarcinogenic, antimutagenic, antitumor, antiobesogenic, antimicrobial, neuroprotective, and cardioprotective effects. At the same time, polyphenols have a high potential for the prevention of agerelated dermatological problems, and therefore further studies on dietary polyphenols are important to better understand these protective effects.