Tremella fuciformis, also known in China as white jelly mushroom, has been a staple ingredient in Asian medicine and skin care for thousands of years. Although they are now grown commercially, tremella used to be hard to find in the wild and only the ruling class and wealthy could afford to buy the prized mushroom.

So, what gives tremella its restorative qualities? Polysaccharides. The polysaccharides in tremella give it superb moisture retaining abilities, hydrating the skin and keeping it moist and plump. They also stimulate the production of superoxide dismutase, one of the most important antioxidant anti-ageing enzymes for the body. Antioxidants help to support skin and body health by removing free radicals that can cause cell damage and inflammation.

Tremella contains very high levels of vitamin D which is also good for the skin and aids in the absorption of calcium. It is also full of beta-glucans, which can help to stimulate the immune system. This incredible mushroom contains various other health-giving enzymes, amino acids, and minerals as well.

Tremella is a powerhouse that boosts skin and body health via cell hydration and its many bioactive nutrients, and is a great addition to any skin care regime. That’s why Qt Internal Cosmetics contain tremella along with hydrolised collagen, lotus and natural silica for beauty that comes from within.

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Elissa October 24 2019

I have been taking Tremella for about 6 months and I’m starting to get comments about how good my skin looks.

Mei July 15 2019

Nice post. Mushrooms provide lots of Qi energy which is good for concentration.

Mark H July 11 2019

Interesting article here. Mushrooms really are super foods.

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