What are the factors that can make you look older, or younger, than you should?

Everyone grows old, there’s no avoiding that. And everyone looks older as they grow old, there’s no avoiding that either.

However there are a number of things you can do to minimize the impact of growing old on both your skin and looks, and your overall health. And some of them impact all of these together.

What are the factors that contribute most to you growing old and looking like it?

There’s basically 3. And surprisingly, you genes isn’t one of them. Scientists have established that genetics don’t have as much impact on our looks, and on our general health, as we age. Genetics certainly do impact on specific medical conditions, but on our overall looks and health, not so much.

So what are the 3 most important factors to how well we age and hold our looks?

1. Lifestyle.

There’s no doubt that lifestyle issues are right up there. Lifestyle plays an extremely important role in both our overall health, and our looks, as we age.

And of course the 2 go hand in hand. If we’re fit and healthy then our skin looks good. If we’re in poor health, fat and unfit then our skin will reflect that. Our skin health is just a reflection of our general health, with the exception of maybe some specific skin conditions.

So, if you haven’t realized it already, you MUST stop smoking. That’s the number one lifestyle factor that is the worst for our overall health, and skin health.

You must also exercise. You don’t need to become the next olypian, but you do need to do at least some exercise each day.

2. Diet.

And you must concentrate on eating the right foods. Fruit and vegetables high in all sorts of vitamins, minerals and anti oxidants are all great for your skin. Pizzas, burgers and deep fried food not so much.

In fact there’s a wide range of foods that are not particularly good for your skin. You probably know what exactly what they are, because you’ve heard all about the sorts of foods you should be eating, and the sorts of foods you should be avoiding, to stay in good health.

The foods that you should be eating to stay in good health, as a general rule, are also good to your skin. And as a general rule all those nasty (yummy) foods that you shouldn’t be eating are probably not that good your skin either, just as they are not good for your general health. Because of course your general health, and your skin health, tend to go together.

Diet relates specifically to your skin, as well as your overall health. Many of the essential ingredients of fresh fruit and vegetables are extremely important for your skin, and without them your skin will show their lack.

You also need to take the best health supplements you can too. Our food just isn’t packed with all the good natural ingredients now that it used to be as a result of intensive farming practices, use of artificial fertilizers, overfarming, picking fruits and vegetables for optimum transport rather than optimum health, and much more. Modern research has produced some seriously effective health supplements, you need to take them.

3. A Good Skin Care Routine.

Even if you do all that above you aren’t doing enough to ensure OPTIMUM skin health and looks. You’re certainly way in front of the general population, but it’s not the best you can do. If you’re interested in serious skin care then you need to use the best skin care products money can buy.

That doesn’t mean the most expensive, just the best, because in the skin care industry the best isn’t the most expensive.

Product pricing doesn’t relate to how good the products are in the skin care industry, and many of the most expensive do very little.

That’s it. Simple and in a nutshell. Simple but not easy we know. Giving up smoking isn’t easy, taking up exercise after a lifetime of no exercise isn’t easy.

But if you do these things, all of them, properly, over time you will be amazed at how much better your skin looks, how much slower you appear to age and how much better you feel too.

You won’t regret making the decision to incorporate these 3 factors into your lifestyle.

Written by - Natural Skin Health

Confusing isn’t it. Everyone interested in serious skin care seems to know what Coenzyme Q10 is. What about Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10?

Coenzyme Q10 seems to have entered out skin care language. Lots of those little bottles of big brand name skincare products you see on the shelves seem to have Coenzyme Q10 listed on the label.

Why? To sell lots of the product of course, because everyone seems to know that Coenzyme Q10 is good to find in skin care products.

And what is Co Q10. Well that’s just another buzz word for Coenzyme Q10.

Is it good? And why? And is there something better?

Yes it’s good, (with reservations).

Coenzyme Q10 is a naturally occurring substance found in human cells. It is produced by the body, and you an also find it in some of our foods, particularly some meats and fish. It’s important in the energy production process, but that isn’t why it’s good for your skin, or skin care.

The reason it’s good for your skin is because it’s got lots of anti oxidants in it, and they help mop up those free radicals that damage your skin and accelerate the aging process.

And as we age we have more free radicals, and less Coenzyme Q10. So we need more of it, both for our general health, and our skin health to help fight those effects of aging like sagging and wrinkling of our skin.

But there’s 2 problems.

Problem 1. Coenzyme Q10 is expensive, so often you don’t find a lot of it in most bottles of antiaging products. Enough to put it on the label, but not enough to really do very much.

Problem 2. The Coenzyme Q10 used in big brand name skin care products isn’t effective in penetrating the skin, so most of it just sits on the surface, doing – not much at all.

Enter Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10. That’s a special form of Coenzyme Q10 that contains a mixture of Co Q10 and vitamin E, together with other ingredients, that is in a nano emulsion form. That sounds complicated but all it means is that the particles of Coenzyme Q10 are much much smaller, so they can get through your skin and do their work.

Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10, however , is even MORE expensive, so you don’t see it listed on the labels of your big brand name products on the shelves.

Where can you find skin care products with sufficient quantities of Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10 to really work?

In the skin care products of Xtend Life. The worlds best skin care products.

So yes, Coenzyme Q10 is good for your skin, but you won’t get a lot of it into your skin from mainstream big brand skin care products, even though it’s listed on the label. There’s a better option, products using Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10.

Written by - Natural Skin Health

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