Lemon bioflavonoid complex is a natural extract produced from lemon peels. Lemon bioflavonoid are another rich source of bioflavonoids and anthocyanidin compounds. Lemon Flavonoids demonstrate potential to reduce the mutation of the cells, as well as antioxidant activity. Recently, studies have taken a look at lemon flavonoids role in the prevention of cancer cells, as well as in the maintenance of capillaries. Lemon bioflavonoids are an important part of the daily diet. They function closely with Vitamin C and it is recommended that the two are consumed together.
These important elements of lemon bioflavonoids make them outstanding to use in skin products for the reduction of external inflammation, building stronger capillaries and aiding Vitamin C in rebuilding collagen. The BioFlavonoid Toner formulated by Tiffany Lauren contains lemon bioflavonoids coupled with Vitamin C, which provide quick, gentle relief for reddened or couperose skin. Furthermore, all of the products developed by Tiffany Lauren are drug-free and avoid the use of additives such as lanolin, mineral oil and petroleum.
Hesperidin is classified as a citrus bioflavonoid and can be found in fruits such as lemons, oranges and tangelos. Lemon bioflavonoids contain hesperidin as well as proanthocyanidins. Proanthocyandins are defined as a class of nutrients that belong to the flavonoid family. A further study conducted for Bordeaux Médical found that proanthocyanidins have been shown to strengthen capillaries. They also play an important role in the maintenance of elastin and the stabilization of collagen.
This formula contains lemon bioflavonoids, rutin and hesperidin; these bioflavonoids assist Vitamin C in keeping collagen healthy, are essential for proper absorption of Vitamin C, and prevent Vitamin C from being destroyed in the body by oxidation. Therefore, bioflavonoids improve and prolong the function of Vitamin C. Bioflavonoids also perform a wide range of functions. For example, they protect capillaries, prevent bruising, and provide support for a number of other biological functions.