Easter. It’s not just about bonnets and frills. It’s also about candy. And what holiday isn’t? Actually, only one holiday outdoes Easter in candy consumption. Ninety million chocolate Easter bunnies are produced annually. The largest chocolate bunny every produced tipped the scales at 6,635 pounds, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. That’s a lot of chocolate! And if chocolate isn’t your thing, you can always feast on the 300 million Marshmallow Peeps sold each Easter season.
A few jellybeans here, an Easter egg or two or three there: What’s the harm, anyway? ‘Tis the season to ignore the consequences that sugar can unleash on your skin—and those consequences can be considerable. All of that extra sugar can cause the perfect trifecta of skin woes: glycation, inflammation and oxidative stress. These accelerate skin aging.
Sugar in 5 Popular Easter Candy
Peeps Yellow Chics 36g Sugar – 5 Chics
Brach’s Classic Jelly Beans 30g Sugar – 14 pieces
Ghirardelli Chocolate Hollow Bunny 20g Sugar – 1/3 of 3.5 OZ product
Cadbury Creme Eggs 20g Sugar – 1 Egg
Godiva Dark Chocolate Easter Bunny 17g Sugar – 1/3 of 3.5 OZ product
Easter candy doesn’t have to cause frown lines! While we’re not suggesting you overindulge during this Easter holiday, it is possible to have beautiful skin and fight back against the effects of glycation and toxic sugars: Use Supplamine®. It’s the patented, ingredient in MEG 21 products, proven in 7 clinical trials to prevent the loss of skin elasticity, and remove the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, crepiness and dryness.
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