Aging Skin - HGH Human Growth Hormone May Help
Many who think of taking HGH ask about its anti-aging effects upon their skin. Most who try HGH do notice some skin improvements, including this 60-year-old author, who discovered that more than half of his skin "thingies" disappeared after a couple of months on HGH. But whether this HGH will work well for your skin is not known- that is why a 30-day SATISFACTION guarantee is given- if it works to your satisfaction, fine- if not ask for a refund. It will be quickly given.
The below is from the National Institute of Aging Archives:
"Americans spend billions of dollars each year on "wrinkle" creams, bleaching products to lighten age spots, and skin lotions to keep skin looking smooth and healthy. But the simplest and cheapest way to keep your skin healthier and younger looking is to stay out of the sun.
Sunlight is a major cause of skin changes we think of as aging--changes like wrinkling, looseness, leathery-dryness, blotchiness, various growths, yellowing, or pebbly texture. Still, one-third of all adults sunbathe even though they know that sunlight can hurt their skin.
Your skin does change with age--for example, you sweat less and your skin can take longer to heal. You can delay these changes by staying out of the sun." For this entire article click here.
A small caveat about looking at words above which describe AVERAGE aging processes: averages include the sickest amongst us, those who don't exercise, those who are significantly overweight or addicted to alcohol and/or cigarettes and/or hard drugs, etc. If you start believing such averages are right for you, you will more likely manifest such unwanted symptoms in your life.
Reminder: Moderately vigorous exercise is a natural way to boost your pituitary's output of HGH Human Growth Hormone.
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