Information about Idebenone

Idebenone is a member of the quinone family, and like hydroquinone, has been used in various skin care regimes. Use of Idebenone began in the research of Alzheimer’s disease and other memory and learning treatments and the drug is still being explored today for various positive and negative impacts it could have on the body. Idebenone is tested on some animals like mice as well as on human in recent clinical trials. One of the key ingredients of Idebenone is the similarity is has to CoQ10, a highly regarded antioxidant substance that helps fight free radicals and influences anti-aging in the body. More research continues to offer results, even in the on-going treatment of various neuromuscular diseases.

Idebenone is available for purchase both online and through a variety of beauty and other specialty stores as a serum to fight wrinkles. It is the antioxidant properties of Idebenone that so closely mimic CoQ10 that seem to make the greatest different in anti-aging products of this sort. The application of the serum is topical and it is easy to apply. Since Idebenone research is ongoing, consumers are encouraged to report any experiences they have with Idebenone, both pro and con to serum manufacturers.

When used as directed, Idebenone is said to make a viable impact on the youthful look and health of skin. Each consumer’s experience with Idebenone is important to researchers. If any user of Idebenone has an experience or progress with their skincare that researchers can learn from, it should be reported. Idebenone may be somewhat expensive depending upon where it is purchased. As Idebenone continues to become more mainstream and known for its anti-aging properties, the price should decrease in all likelihood. If you want to purchase this skin care product, talk to your dermatologist first to make sure it is a product that will potentially work well in your case. You will also want to try the product in a small dose the first time you use it and watch your skin for any reaction.

Idebenone can be used as a beauty agent along with other products like sunscreen, wrinkle cream and even products that more concentrated in CoQ10. When you start using idebenone, keep an eye on not only how your skin surface changes but how it feels. Your dermatologist may recommend idebenone be used by itself or even after you’ve used other skin care products for a time. Remember to be patient while waiting for results of idebenone use.

Emily Peetlukes

Contributor: Emily Peetlukes (The Beauty Insiders)

This Article Has Been Published on December 18, 2010 and Last Modified on March 11, 2016

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