Skin aging is a natural process which can not be stopped. However, some people may look younger compared to their biological age.
According to the prominent oxidative stress theory, long-term accumulation of cells damage due to overexpression of free radicals in the skin can lead to early skin aging.
The joint study led by the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio suggested, alterations in oxidative damage/stress also play a role in aging. Rodents with resistance to oxidative stress (and in some cases reduced oxidative damage to macromolecules) showed an increased lifespan, compared to oxidative stress control.
Researchers on the finding a natural therapeutic which processed antiaging property investigated the anti-age effect of a polyphenolic artichoke extract on endothelial cells.
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(1) Artichoke Polyphenols Produce Skin Anti-Age Effects by Improving Endothelial Cell Integrity and Functionality by D'Antuono I1, Carola A2, Sena LM3, Linsalata V4, Cardinali A5, Logrieco AF6, Colucci MG7,8, Apone F. (PubMed)
(2) Cynaropicrin attenuates UVB-induced oxidative stress via the AhR-Nrf2-Nqo1 pathway byTakei K1, Hashimoto-Hachiya A1, Takahara M1, Tsuji G1, Nakahara T2, Furue M. (PubMed)
(3) Is the Oxidative Stress Theory of Aging Dead? by Viviana I Pérez,1,2 Alex Bokov,1,3 Holly Van Remmen,1,2,4,6 James Mele,4 Qitao Ran,1,2Yuji Ikeno,1,5,6 and Arlan Richardson. (PMC)