Wow, I can't help but ask: so delicate skin you really have the heart! Besides, if the pig's hoof on the face can make the skin tight and tender slippery, that fairy water is not very faceless?
With eating pig's hoof coated with pig's hoof beauty similar, there is always advertising to eat enzymes can detoxify beauty. Let's say it again today: what collagen is, what enzymes are, and what poisons are, and where these statements are wrong:
Because there are a lot of collagen in the skin and bones, advertising on the promotion of eating more collagen can make the skin better, serious skin care friends are clear, when the skin so obedient?
Because collagen is a macromolecule, it is digested and absorbed by the body into amino acids or polypeptide fragments, then into the blood and transported to different parts of the body. Then, to the body everywhere amino acids into the cells, and then after a series of biochemical reactions finally constitute collagen. The question is, the body doesn't synthesize as much collagen as you provide.
In addition, collagen itself is not rich in amino acids, it is not high-quality protein, not to mention skin care, it is not actually nutritious. How about a pig's hoof on your face? The face can't absorb macromolecules, and, with so much grease on the skin, the face is really hard to make.
Since cannot rely on eating collagen to maintain skin, so rely on eating enzyme \"detoxification\" how? Not at all. Enzymes are the old name for enzymes. Enzymes are a class of macromolecular biocatalysts.
If they say enzymes are enzymes, there are now more than 4,000 known enzymes that are involved in almost all cellular activity, and are really important. However, normal people do not need to eat extra enzymes, let alone eat it is useless - we have learned in high school, most enzymes are protein, after eating is also digested and decomposed into amino acids, on-the-spot absorption, completely unable to play the role of replenishing human enzymes.
If the enzyme product is not an enzyme. Well, so much of the product stuff it promotes makes sense. Because the enzyme added what claims to have what function, nothing but the addition of its own credit, and the \"enzyme\" itself is not much.
Some products add oligosaccharides and dietary fiber, but also add probiotics, said can significantly improve intestinal flora, relieve constipation - in fact, why not eat oligosaccharides directly?
Some products say they can lose weight, and drinking after meals can stop the greasy being absorbed by the body - impossible. No food on the market can do that right now. Only drugs can.
Therefore, the concept of enzyme is over-packaged by unscrupulous merchants, some products say there are a variety of active ingredients, these ingredients are not unusual, vegetables and fruits are inside, more nutritious and cheaper. Some products advertise weight loss function is likely to be added laxatives, which can lead to human weakness. Some products promote the concept of \"detoxification \", if the normal waste is toxic, the body can discharge itself, and diarrhea is not only not clean waste, but will affect the normal function of the intestinal tract.
When it comes to this, there are really smart consumers who see through the small tricks of the merchant and think that the food they brew is better for the human body, so they come out of the way of homemade enzymes.
Second, if you add sugar to the enzyme, the product may have ethanol. The final finish may have a higher alcohol content than regular beer... The miscellaneous fungus adds the wine, who drinks who goes.
In fact, if you think that fermented products are omnipotent enzymes, after the pickled radish, aged vinegar can be renamed, called enzyme radish, enzyme vinegar, perhaps doubled the value of it.