DHEA Cream stimulates your skin's ability to produce its own oils, naturally moisturizing your skin from within. This light and non-greasy cream is recommended for people with dry skin. It is especially useful for spot application to dry skin areas.
What is DHEA?
DHEA is the most common hormone produced by the adrenal glands. For many years, scientists considered DHEA and DHEA-S to be relatively unimportant because they had no specific function in the body. DHEA is often referred to as the "mother of all hormones," which feeds the endocrine system.
How does DHEA Cream work?
Over the past decade, researchers studying the ageing process have found that blood levels of DHEA rise steadily until we are in our 20s. Then it gradually declines until at age 60, DHEA levels are only about two-thirds of peak levels, and when you turn 80, your body will likely have only 10-20% of the DHEA it had when you were 20.
This can leave you vulnerable to breast, prostate and bladder disease, cardiovascular disease, adult-onset diabetes, nerve degeneration and other age-related conditions. Another important fact about DHEA is that DHEA levels reflect the overall health of the body. If you compare the DHEA levels of two individuals of the same age and sex, the DHEA level of the healthy individual will be much higher than that of an unhealthy individual suffering from one or more health problems, such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity, osteoporosis, arthritis, asthma, etc.
Research on DHEA
In addition, research shows that adequate levels of DHEA bring relief to people with arthritis, lupus, multiple sclerosis, inflammatory bowel disease, thyroid problems, herpes infections, stress, depression, allergies, and hormonal imbalances. It is successfully used to build lean muscle mass and has positive effects on collagen and skin integrity. DHEA is also useful in the treatment of stress and depression.