Digital analyses show reduced damageUPDATE: According to the University of Utah, no faculty members were involved in creating "AS10." A spokesperson for AmeriScience, the company that produces the drink, clarifies that it uses the same antioxidant ingredients as found in gel caps given to astronauts but is not explicitly used by NASA.
An anti-oxidant packed juice that could turn back the clock on wrinkles, dark spots, and other sun damage? According to researchers at the University of Utah, this fountain of youth might not be science fiction.
The beverage, called AS10, was originally developed to combat the harmful effects of solar rays on astronauts who travel outside the protective layer of the Earth's atmosphere. According to the New York Daily News, AS10 was tested on 180 skin-damaged adults and showed promising results. After four months of drinking two servings daily, dark spots were reduced by 30% and wrinkles by 17%. Digital skin analyses were used to confirm the results.
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