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Vitamin K shows promise

I guess I wouldn’t be exaggerating if I said that no one wants wrinkles on their face. By the way, I can add that creams, serums and lotions can never give us a guarantee in this regard. Of course, these are not prophecies. After all, we are doing our best to delay, mitigate, and distance ourselves from this absolute destiny. We’re not bad, we’re pretty successful!

But there must still be something to decrypt the wrinkle, an easier, cheaper, more permanent and more accessible elixir must be found. Those lines that fold like a fan around the eyes and deepening grooves around the mouth should be a deep-rooted remedy. This is the dream of the whole cosmetic world!

Scientific Gospels

There is a disease that leads to excessive wrinkling of the skin; It’s called “pseudoxanthoma elasticum” (PXE). We can understand these words as the collapse of skin elasticity. Some research has been done against this disease in the Netherlands. The results sparked new hope in the world of dermatology. Because it has been understood that Vitamin K plays a key role in the prevention and treatment of this disease.

§ Researchers discovered that Vitamin K activates one of the enzymes responsible for preventing calcification of elastin fibers, which provide skin elasticity.

§ In previous studies, it was understood that PXE patients could not metabolize Vitamin K.

The experts continued to work by putting these two data side by side and They concluded that there must be a significant relationship between skin elasticity and tightness and Vitamin K.

Now, with great excitement, they continue to dig wells with needles about the anti-wrinkle effects of Vitamin K and how it can be used in wrinkles. We are also waiting for the results with hope…

We used Vitamin K in the cosmetic world for the treatment of capillary cracks, varicose veins and bruises under the eyes. Because we used to consider the main function of the skin as providing blood coagulation. It was also effective.


Vitamin K is one of the most important factors in blood clotting. In its deficiency, the tendency to bleeding increases and the coagulation time is prolonged. In newborns, navel bleeding occurs before the body starts making vitamin K. One type of Vitamin K is produced by bacteria in the gut. The use of antibiotics causes these bacteria to die. Therefore, we encounter nosebleeds, blood in urine and stool, bruising and bleeding even with small blows. Sometimes miscarriage may occur as a result of brain and other internal organ bleeding and intrauterine bleeding. In addition, symptoms such as non-stop bleeding and inability to form a crust occur in a bleeding tissue. In such cases, it may be necessary to take Vitamin K supplements without wasting time. However, I should still mention that; Vitamin K deficiency is not the only reason for these rare symptoms. Other reasons may also be responsible for these problems.


§ Vitamin K due to this effect on capillaries of detention bruisesIt is one of the best medicines.

§ Some volumes are damaged at the slightest bump or they bruise in trauma . Their cure is in Vitamin K.

§ Varicose veins treatments for external use. It descends from the pores of the skin to the lower layers of the skin and repairs damaged blood vessels, ensures the closure of leaks, and helps the tissue to repair itself. .


Vitamin K; Cabbage, Camembert cheese, Cauliflower, Cheddar cheese, Green Tea, Oats, Soybeans, Spinach, liver, butter, lettuce and turnips. As I mentioned above, bacteria in the intestines also produce vitamin K.

Among them, green tea (700 micrograms per 100 gr.) is the leading one, while its amount in black tea is at zero level. Now I think it is better understood why we recommend green tea compresses for bruises under custody. Looking at this list, we can also recommend cabbage, butter, cauliflower masks.

§ On the other hand, taking too much Vitamin E impairs the absorption of Vitamin K.

§ Yogurt, kefir and acidified milk increase the production of Vitamin K by bacteria in the intestines.

§ Antibiotics against intestinal bacteria prevent the production of Vitamin K.

After vitamin C, vitamin E, peptides, now it’s time for Vitamin K. Will it be possible to prevent wrinkles with vitamin K? You see, we encounter miracles by injecting vitamin C for collagen tissue and vitamin K for elastin fibers with mesotherapy!