Anti-Aging Treatments / Wrinkle Free Skin Care
Great Mother's All Natural Herbal anti aging skin care treatment consists of 4 products to give you the healthy smooth appearance your looking for when you look in the mirror, reduced wrinkles, crows feet, laugh lines and sagging skin. They have been developed with the following maxims in mind
Tano Handbags Leather Hay Day Each of the four products provides a different function and all should be used to realize maximum benefit. Picking and choosing among the four is helpful, especially the "Vital Body Butter®" which has the skin restorative powers.
- Do NO more damage to the skin
- Help prevent further damage to the skin
- Repair existing damage to the skin
Facial Scrub & Polish : Repair existing damage to your skin. Use this all natural herbal and botanical oil salve to smooth, soften, polish, tighten and brighten the skin on your face and neck area. Dull, age-spotty, discolored skin can make you look older than a face full of wrinkles. The ingredients in Great Mother's Facial Scrub & Polish will make you look and therefore feel younger. The natural astringents will tighten saggy skin. The exfoliates will remove dead skin cells giving a clean polished appearance to your skin. The natural rubefecients will give your skin that healthy pink baby look glow and the radiant look of youth. BUY NOW
Facial Butter of Youth : Prevent further damage to your skin. Aging of the skin - wrinkles and discoloration - is not the fault of time. It is the fault of oxidation. This cell damaging process is caused by highly reactive molecular fragments known as free radicals. Ultraviolet radiation from sunlight, air pollution, smoking, poor diet, and the natural metabolic processes that the body uses to convert food into energy all create free radicals. It is inpossible to totally eliminate the creation of skin damaging free radicals. But....
Anti-oxidants protect against free radicals. Great Mother's Facial Butter of Youth™ is a rich herbal salve loaded with natural anti-oxidants to protect your skin cells from further damage from free radicals and it acts as a great moisturizer. BUY NOW
Vital Body Butter® : Repair existing damage to your skin. Great Mother's Vital Body Butter® helps to relax, nourish and rebuild skin tissue and collagen to provide you with that youthful wrinkle free appearance. As you get older your body naturally produces less collagen, your skin gets thinner and fine wrinkles appear. Collagen provides resilience to skin - less collagen - more sagging. So the trick to achieving a youthful appearance is to jumpstart collagen production in an orderly fashion.
Vital Body Butter® does just that. The herbal extractions and botanical oils inour formula have been used for centuries to address skin issues. The oils work to keep your skin moist and supple, and also act as carriers for the herbal compounds. Oil is absorbed by the skin, water is repelled. The herbs contain compounds that sooth dry, itchy, inflamed skin, stimulate blood flow and regenerate new healthy skin tissue and collagen.
This product, like all Great Mother's Goods products, contains NO alcohol, mineral oil, lanolin, petroleum, animal by-products, glycolic acid or any harmful chemicals.
Vital Body Butter® works to restore and maintain your beautiful skin. Be as beautiful as YOU can be...Naturally!™ BUY NOW
Hyaluronic Acid (HA) : Repair existing damage to the skin. Hyaluronic Acid forms part of the tissue that surrounds the collagen in your skin and has the ability to attract and bind hundreds of times its own weight in water. It is a natural moisturizing component responsible for the skin's plumpness and moisture reserves. As we get older, chronologically, our body produces less HA and our skin becomes less resilient and pliable, contains less moisture, is dryer, thinner and wrinkles form.
Hyaluronic Acid supplements will help replace the shortage of HA produced by your body. Skin cream applications of hyaluronic acid will have NO affect on your skin as the molecules of HA are to large to pass through the thin protective outer layer of skin (the epidermis) to reach the thicker inner layer (the dermis) where the collagen and hyaluronic acid are located. This is why supplements of hyaluronic acid are the only way to achieve satisfactory results. It is good for your joints too. Collagen is the largest component of cartilage. BUY NOW
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5 Ways to Fight the Aging Process
- Diet: Proper nutrition is as important for your appearance as it is for your health. A balanced diet of fruits, vegetables, protein, fat and grains is essential in your fight against aging.
- Exercise: Daily exercise of at least 30 minutes, does not need to be contiguous, will help maintain proper weight, aid in a healthy circulatory system and digestion, and stimulate new cell growth.
- Water: Drinking plenty of water (1/2 oz per pound of body weight is recommended) will help cleanse your body of impurities and keep you properly hydrated which is essential for healthy skin.
- Sleep: A good nights sleep is necessary to allow your body to rest and revitalize itself. Lack of sleep will negatively impact your overall health, your immune system and the appearance of your skin.
- Use Great Mother's Goods all natural herbal skin care products to "Be as Beautiful as YOU can Be....Naturally"™.
Men vs. Women
The processes of aging differ in male and female skin.
In men, there is a gradual thinning of the skin with increasing age of approximately 1% per year. The thickness of most women's skins remains surprisingly constant until the menopause, after which there is a significant and sometimes dramatic thinning with increasing age.
There is a relationship between skin thickness and collagen content in men of all ages. A similar relationship exists among women over 60 years of age, but it is less evident in younger women.
In adult skin, the features of aging are closely related to the total collagen content, which in both sexes decreases with increasing age, but at different rates. In later life women may look older than men of the same age and similar experience of sun exposure, partly because their skin has a lower collagen content to start with. Another reason for the gender difference in skin collagen content may be the difference in male hormone production between men and women. In women, estrogen and androgen output from the ovaries and adrenal glands is reduced after menopause, resulting in decreased collagen synthesis and repair.
Aging related to the failure of estrogen production at the menopause accentuates intrinsic aging, and together with photoaging may dramatically increase the apparent age of a menopausal woman. Estrogen deficiency particularly affects the fibroblasts of the dermis, and thinning of the skin is primarily related to a decrease in the production of collagen
Age Appearance Physiology
< 15 Nearly perfect skin. Smooth texture, pores small. Excellent repair capabilities. Low sebaceous gland activity. Skin hydration good.
15-25 Acne key factor in surface texture.
Fine lines start to appear, pore size increasing. High sebaceous gland activity.
Mild drop in dermal repair, immune system and collagen synthesis.
Strong cohesion between skin layers and rapid cell turnover.
Small drop in skin hydration, noticed particularly in winter.
25-45 More fine lines and appearance of first wrinkles (photodamage).
Early signs of sagging near the eye.
Some loss of elasticity.
Adult acne. Moderate decrease in dermal repair, resulting in less collagen and increasing accumulation of damaged corrective tissue.
Noticeable and significant drop in skin hydration.
45-55 More wrinkles, rough texture.
Sallow yellow color begins to appear.
Pores and age spots enlarge and define.
Sagging near eye and cheek. Significant decrease in dermal repair and immune system.
Continued dermal degradation.
Cohesion between skin layers continues to decline.
Thinning of epidermis and stratum corneum.
Skin tends now to be dry.
55+ Wrinkles and fine lines in abundance.
Uneven color, pigmentation.
Dark circles under eye. Compromised dermal repair, abundance of damaged
Low production of collagen and sebum.
Increased local over-production of melanin.