Miracle Chocolate: It’s Botox in a Bar! (This Chocolate Gets Rid of Wrinkles!)

If you didn’t already have a chocolate addiction, researchers have created a treat that reduces wrinkles. Yes, that’s right. Reduces wrinkles. It’s literally, miracle chocolate.

Botox is so yesterday. What if you didn’t have to get anything injected into your face to slow down the aging process? What if you could eat binge on chocolate instead?!

Okay, so that may be taking it a bit too far… But, this new chocolate may actually reduce wrinkles while being completely yummy too. Um, needles or lusciously sweet dessert treat? That’s kind of a no-brainer.

During clinical trials of this new product, researchers found that the eating the chocolate resulted in the reduction of skin tissue inflammation. The participants reported that they had better skin and saw a real difference when it came to age appearance.

The chocolate, called “Esthechoc”, supposedly can improve the skin’s physiology. Researchers found that the skin of 50- to 60-year olds physiologically was brought back to levels similar to that seen in 20- to 30-year-olds.

Branded as the world’s first “nutricosmetic,” Esthechoc may just make you look younger – when eaten once a day. Oh, and that low calorie count, what does that mean? Well, according to the nutritional facts, one day’s dose only has 38 calories. Seriously. You get to eat chocolate, not pack on the weight and you might get to reduce some of those dreaded wrinkles. You really can’t get better than that. Unless one of the Hemsworth’s was hand delivering it to you on a diamond-encrusted platter.

If you’re still not sold on the idea, you aren’t alone. This isn’t a magic fix and there still needs to be further research into the impact that it truly has. The creators of Esthechoc have studied their product for a decade, looking at the effects on 3,000 people. Their research says that the product, “increases oxygen saturation of tissues by 59%, improves oxygen transport in plasma by 85%, reduces oxidative damage in mimicked inflammatory conditions by 72%.”

So, where can you buy up some of this magical chocolate?

You can’t exactly pick it up during your regular grocery shopping. The chocolate is available online (on Esthechoc’s website). Be warned, the price of this miracle chocolate is, as you would expect, not cheap. Three weeks supply is approximately $85 Aussie dollars. (Someone pass the Cadbury’s please!)

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Erica Loop is a mum, parenting writer and educator with an MS in child development. Along with writing for websites such as PBS Parents, care.com, Scary Mommy, mom.me, Modern Mom, education.com and others, she also is the creator of a kids' activities and art blog.

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