Slow down your ageing process!
It’s a problem everyone past the first flush of youth is familiar with. Joints here and there begin to ache, and the first small wrinkles appear in the face. Sadly, the ageing process is one that is unstoppable. It does, however, tend to be accelerated through an unhealthy diet, along with constant over-acidification of the body through the consumption of too much fatty meat, industrial sugar, fats, nicotine and alcohol, and too little movement and exercise. But is there anyone among you who already genuinely feels old, and above all, anyone who wants to look old? The fashion for faces that have been drawn absolutely taut, rendering them devoid of all expression, is past! But no one is opposed to subtly reducing or smoothing out a few small wrinkles.
Fortunately, a natural “fountain of youth” does exist. Hyaluronic acid makes it is possible to fill out the small wrinkles in the face and on the neck and decolleté gently and using natural means. As long as we are young, our body produces this natural wrinkle filler in sufficient quantities. From about the age of 20, though, our natural hyaluronic acid production begins to decline. At 40, the body produces only around half the volume of hyaluronic acid needed to keep the skin looking taut and firm, and at 60, the volume has fallen to around only ten percent. As a result, the skin becomes dry, rough and wrinkled.
This natural ageing process can be slowed down by taking additional hyaluronic acid. By regularly treating their body to additional quantities of hyaluronic acid, people can help to restore elasticity to their skin and give it a more youthful appearance. The skin is padded out from the inside – using simple, natural means and with absolutely no need for recourse to painful injections or surgery. And as an added bonus, hyaluronic acid also has a positive impact on the joints, tenders and ligaments. This is because it is one of the main components in synovial fluid, i.e. the fluid that is present in healthy joints and acts as both a shock absorber and lubricant in all joint movements. As the body’s hyaluronic acid production decreases, the coating of hyaluronic acid in the joints also becomes thin and less able to absorb the pressure loads on the joints. So taking hyaluronic acid can help to reduce pain in the joints and to remedy the causes. So taking hyaluronic acid enables you to kill two birds with one stone. It allows you to do something for both your skin and your joints, making joint pains and crow’s feet a thing of the past - at least for a few more years.