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11th October 2011, 10:45 am
hey. i.m 30years old and i have a big problem to don't look older. i read about a special anti-aging treatment from Gerovital H3, which is used by all movie actors. anyone tried? if you want to read this blog search.... gerovital-gerovital.blogspot
11th October 2011, 11:26 am
and the reason for your vanity is?
11th October 2011, 11:45 am
Most expensive anti-ageing creams, lotions and rest aren't really worth the money. :user:
11th October 2011, 01:08 pm
Best way to keep yourself young, based on my 2 cents.
Get enough sleep
Drink a lot of water
Eat healthily. Less processed and junk food.
Take supplements (By all means vitamins)
Try to have less stress. More laugh and stay happy. Enjoy life.
My personal extra method - Apply and massage pure Vitamin E oil onto your face twice a day.
11th October 2011, 03:13 pm
... about a special anti-aging treatment from Gerovital H3, which is used by all movie actors. anyone tried? if you want to read this blog search gerovital-gerovital.blogspot
are you trying to pimp the stuff?
11th October 2011, 06:35 pm
Face creams make your face soft and look fresher. :smile:
11th October 2011, 06:53 pm
i think Jay says it best ,,, drink lots of water is a big one in my opinion, if you rehydrate your skin it will stay supple thus less wrinkles i believe, a human male is around 60-65% water so ive read(open to debate) alcahol,, sun exposure etc helps dimminish this - if you replace this loss on a daily basis then your skin should remain looking younger in theory - but you cant stop time !!! so just try n grow old disgracefully m8 :)
11th October 2011, 07:22 pm
Stay out of the sun and use sunblock.
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11th October 2011, 08:01 pm
Just take it easy on yourself in life i know when i get older and age ill be like cheese.... Mature!
11th October 2011, 10:23 pm
The best treatment for agining is just to live in extacy that will say. Don't work to much, enjoy and take pride in what you do and love, don't hate and worry. Yet it can be hard
12th October 2011, 01:25 am
I would like to add something here.
First I agree with all the posters above there is a lot of good advice there.
Now I am not trying to preach to anyone here but smoking , dehydration and no sunblock are murder on the skin.
And for men shaving does not help it any , use a good UV moisteriser after you shave instead of aftershave lotion.
Now as for the plastic world of Hollywood , the only reason they are recomending any beauty products are because :
A) They are getting a small fortune for doing so .
B) They don't want you to know that they have had plastic surgery.
Now I would like you to take a good look at yourself in the mirror .
If you are only seeing negative things about yourself, then no magic fountain of youth miracle cream is going to make a difference to the way you look.
The problem is within you.
The best thing you can do for yourself is to smile at your self, go ahead give it a try.
I would like you to find something nice about your self every day, and say it out loud.
I hope this helps.
3rd November 2011, 06:03 pm
Most, if not all, of these anti-aging methods out there are full of hot air and BS.
While yes - most definitely yes - there are external and dietary things we can do to slow down the aging process, and more than a few that speeds it up, the predominate factor lies in the parents you picked.
Assuming you eat a generally health diet, get plenty of exercise in your daily activities, do not lay out to bake your skin in the sun and use moderation in drugs, alcohol and various other things, you will age at the rate your DNA tells your body to.
There are creams and oinkments and various other goods on the market that promise to keep your skin young and healthy, vibrant and healthy, for the most part it is a lie, or a half truth.
Aging is a natural part of the human condition and is tied in to many biological triggers and systems. No anti-aging addresses all of this factors, most only focus on the skin and try to program you to believe that you can trick DNA into doing things it can't.
3rd November 2011, 07:02 pm
My advice would be to wait until telomere replacement technology is less expensive (I tried to include a link to an article about it, but since I'm a new member it didn't let me. Search Google for "telomere anti aging" or something like that and you should be able to find some info on it). They've done trials with mice that actually reversed the effects of aging, it's a pretty promising treatment.
Actually, there are a number of emerging technologies that are designed to fight aging. Things like cloning your own organs to replace older less healthy ones or "upgrading" some of your biological functions with microscopic machines are well in the works; they should be available to the public within a decade or so. I realize that that's a fair amount of time, but hey, once we have that tech you can be as young as you want =)