I’m a mother of three and have been juggling schedules between mothering, teaching and blogging, this may sound so easy if you have extra hands and feet, but sadly, I don’t.
With this kind of schedule one should really draw priorities, not only on the greater scheme of life, but moreso on my everydayness. At the bottom of this, I’m still a woman who also has beauty rituals to do, and at the very least – put on some lotion, make-up and doll-up a little and go. But often this is the luxury that I deprive myself having to deal with this entire mamahood ruckus every single day.
Every woman should know that this ritual will take a little ‘me’ time or nothing at all, I’m not good with ‘lipstick behind wheels’ I still have to practice this skill, so this beauty thing is often the first thing that gets off my schedule and the result – well, sad as it may seem but this thing called external beauty really has taken a backseat.
But lately I realized this my kind of mamahood dedication is taking a toll on me, so I thought there has to be a way to remedy this thing, something that would offer me an easy regimen to keep my skin nourished and younger looking as I wanted it to be no matter how crazy my schedules would be and still perform my mama duties and my other social responsibilities without a flaw.
I’ve been hearing about Myra e and its benefits long time ago, but never really cared at all until I saw Iza Calzado on TV addressing women in our region to get into this beauty regimen, yeah, all it takes is Iza. So now, I’m trying to be religious about my ‘inside’ beauty Myra e routine. This is the only convenient way I can think of and would take no time from me and I’m certain would not hamper my scheds but still getting the beauty benefits that I so wanted.
So why Vitamin E? Here are some good reasons why you too have to get into Myra e habit like me;
- As an antioxidant, vitamin E acts as a peroxyl radical scavenger, preventing the propagation of free radicals in tissues, by reacting with them to form a tocopheryl radical, which will then be reduced by a hydrogen donor (such as vitamin C) and thus return to its reduced state. As it is fat-soluble, it is incorporated into cell membranes, which protects them from oxidative damage.
- As an enzymatic activity regulator, for instance, protein kinase C (PKC), which plays a role in smooth muscle growth, can be inhibited by α-tocopherol. α-Tocopherol has a stimulatory effect on the dephosphorylation enzyme, protein phosphatase 2A, which in turn, cleaves phosphate groups from PKC, leading to its deactivation, bringing the smooth muscle growth to a halt.
- Vitamin E also has an effect on gene expression. Macrophages rich in cholesterol are found in the atherogenetic tissue. Scavenger receptor CD36 is a class B scavenger receptor found to be up-regulated by oxidized low density lipoprotein (LDL) and binds it. Treatment with α-tocopherol was found to downregulate the expression of the CD36 scavenger receptor gene and the scavenger receptor class A (SR-A)and modulates expression of the connective tissue growth factor (CTGF). The CTGF gene, when expressed, is responsible for the repair of wounds and regeneration of the extracellular tissue lost or damaged during atherosclerosis.
- Vitamin E also plays a role in neurological functions, and inhibition of platelet aggregation.
- Vitamin E also protects lipids and prevents the oxidation of polyunsaturated fatty acids.
So there mommies, despite our busy schedules we still can get that ‘inside’ beauty we wanted, start your Myra e habit today. Myra e comes in 30-capsule bottles and single foiled-packs available all the time at your favorite drugstore.