Protect your skin — a beautiful barrier against a hostile world

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As the body’s largest organ, the skin reflects the health of what lies beneath. It is like a living, breathing mirror. So from its pristine condition at birth, the skin is subject to attacks from within and without, as the elements and insufficient dietary nutrients chip away at the vibrancy of youth.

As most people tend to neglect their health to some degree, they must struggle to restore it, and it is much easier to maintain health than to regain it. For even the healthiest of people, however, some lines and wrinkles are inevitable. The smiles and frowns and stresses of our lives etch themselves into our faces, reflecting both joy and sorrow. Just like any living organ, the skin requires certain nutrients to maintain, restore, and repair itself. Its sponge-like ability to absorb and use elements which are applied topically means that these nutrients can be supplemented by smoothing over damaged skin.

While there are thousands of brands of creams and preparations claiming to yield amazing results, only those which properly nourish the skin with the foods it needs are able to deliver lasting benefit. However, many millions of consumer dollars are wasted on cosmetic creams and lotions that only supply the illusion of healthy skin.

The human face tells so much. It is the perfect reflection of how we have been taking care of our skin. Neglect may not be noticeable as a teen or in our 20s, but damages will surface as we age. We must first become aware of the changes that are happening, even those that are unseen. Aging skin does not exfoliate or renew as it did before. The skin begins losing moisture and collagen and begins to sag. With age, we lose muscle mass and subcutaneous fat, so those convexities flatten and eventually become concave. We have realized that aging is less about lines and wrinkles and more about tissue loss.

Tired skin needs rejuvenation. It is seeking a feast of nutrients to restore tone, texture, and elasticity, and help it to develop a healthy, youthful glow. The best is always prevention before damage is done. It is never too late. With natural, non-invasive ways, we can improve the quality of your skin and help you to maintain your beautiful barrier against a hostile world.

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Author

Eldon Dahl

Eldon Dahl, DNM, CEO, is the Founder and Formulator for Life Choice Ltd.