Time Freeze Max: The Secret to Moisture-Retention that Actually Works for Beautiful Skin (Hyaluronic Acid)
Hi Wonderful People!
Let’s talk about “aging gracefully.” That’s an elephant in the room for most of us, isn’t it? (Ehem. . .)
What does “aging gracefully” mean really? With news stories of people in Okinawa that live well into their hundreds, celebrities that look twelve when they’re 50, and other people that look like something the cat drug in at a way younger age, what are the secrets of the eternally young?
What’s the mystical elixir you can find at some place like Ponce de Leon did when he explored Florida’s Punta Gorda, later calling it the “fountain of youth.” Does something like this actually exist?
While the SAD diet and habits we have in the West seem to make us look and feel older than even our actual age, what do we do to look our best with so many varying examples of what “older age” looks like?
From a beauty and health perspective at least one of the answers to that question is pretty obvious to me, and it comes in the form of Time Freeze Max.
That’s why today I want to talk to you about hyaluronic acid (HA), one of the main ingredients in my Time Freeze Max super-moisturizing serum. If you’re looking for an alternative to a face lift, you’ve come to the right place.
No other biological substance can retain as much water as hyaluronic acid in your skin tissues. This is how Time Freeze Max helps to increase the smoothness, softness, and wrinkle-free appearance of your skin.
Yes, we all know that as we age, we get wiser, and our faces show the “map of our lives,” but let’s get real. You are a person (and an amazing one) and not an age but who wants to look old before their time?
I mean, age is completely a state of mind, and the reflection of your inner beauty. Check out this woman who still looks like a teenager at the age of 49.
Fashion Designer Liu Yelin (Image: EliteReaders.com)
Maybe we can’t all look this young but we can certainly look amazing for a very long time – into our 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, and even all the way into our 90s. You can look amazing when your life is just getting started, and you have no idea that there even is a ma for your life, and well into your mature years when your beauty is more about what you’ve accomplished, who you’ve loved, and how you’ve been able to leave the world a better place than before you were in it.
But . . . let’s not pretend that we can make amazing strides to feel and look youthful.
I mean, this is a 72-year-old woman doing weighted sit-ups in the gym. Talk about staying committed to health and beauty!
As the sultry poet Anais Nin put it, “Age does not protect you from love, but love does protect you from age.”
Eating healthy organic foods, getting plenty of sleep, doing a regular detox, reducing our stress levels, working out, and laughing as often as possible and loving as hard as you can are the FIRST line of action in combating the outer signs of aging. . .
But hyaluronic acid is one of the most important products to help you achieve a youthful appearance after you’ve done all the healthy living and loving you can.
Hyaluronic acid is world-renown for its ability to:
- Deeply moisturize the connective tissues that form your skin
- Stimulates the production of collagen in skin
- Work as an antioxidant and free radical scavenger
- Maintain skin elasticity
- Abolish wrinkles, crow’s feet, smile lines, brown spots (age spots)
- Reverse dermatitis (dry, irritated skin)
- Heal wounds faster by regulating inflammation levels
- Reduce acne since it is a natural antibacterial and can prevent infections of the skin
- Help to reduce pain in joints by helping to “cushion” them
- Soothe acid reflux (when taken as a supplement)
- Relieve dry eyes (when used in eye drops)
- Increase bone health by improving activity of osteoblasts, the cells that build new bones
- Alleviating bladder pain due to damaged tissues
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