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Offline My Kids Mom

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Help for 'old'er skin
« on: September 07, 2007, 07:22:13 AM »
What do you 40-something ladies with glowing, radiant complexions do?

I do not wear foundation or much makeup (if any), and typically wash with a bit of sea salt and dab of conditioner or oil, for my very dry skin.

Does anyone have any tips for younger skin?  My complaints are not really wrinkles, but more discoloration (uneven skin tone) and dullness.

Any diet advice?  Thanks.  : )


Offline SC

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Re: Help for 'old'er skin
« Reply #2 on: September 07, 2007, 11:02:42 AM »
High quality fatty acids and skin brushing would be a way to keep a glow in your cheeks, soft, supple skin, shiny hair, strong nails and help prevent the sagging and thinning of older skin.
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Offline tj7run

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Re: Help for 'old'er skin
« Reply #3 on: January 13, 2008, 01:28:55 PM »
Water is a real key to helping keep our skin hydrated. As far as discoloration? I'm not sure, it is a sign of aging, but taking essential vitamins, and omega 3's will certainly help. Try finding a fish oil that is natural. You can take it in capsul form, or take the oil itself. It should not taste fishy. If it does it is not good. The one I take has a lemon taste, but I also put it in my Orange juice.