What do you do with spices you don’t use that often? Well, for Turmeric — use as an anti-ager!
Turmeric as an anti-ager
I like using things to the end and don’t like clutter of things that I don’t use. I’ve had Turmeric in my spice rack for so long. Don’t even remember if it was ever used, or why I even bought it. But there it is. Thought, could this be beneficial in some other way? Continue reading “Anti-Ageing Spice – Turmeric”
Yes, there’s help in rebuilding collagen, despite past damage
Like me, you probably know that among other fun things, sun, alcohol, and sugar are super evil at destroying collagen.
Been struggling with the most loved sun and sugar, forever and a day, plus 40 somethings years. If only I can stop with the sugar — listen-up brain! Please stop making me crave the white yummy powder sugar! Sorry, had to express this one out loud! Been reading that saying stuff out loud may work…let’s see.
But regardless of what we do or consume that destroy our skin, below is promising in rebuilding collagen.
Gone are the days of masking our greying hair. Be glorious in your white-crown Be unique, be cool, be real, be beautiful.
Wouldn’t white hair just be a shade lighter than platinum blonde?
Gray/white hair is one of the ‘signs’ of ageing — let`s just say Silver instead of grey, much grander. Anyways, I’m guessing that’s probably why dying our hair is so popular, beyond the ‘fun-to-have’ colours. Continue reading “Is White hair the new Blonde?”
Consuming Omega 3 helps reduce wrinkles. How about applying this stinky oily supplement on your face?!
Put some stinky fish oil on your face!
I had tonnes of fish oil supplements on-hand before heading out to a natural path, who suggested alternate brands with more effective ratio of EPA to DHA; as a side: I’m not even going try to claim which is the best ratio, as your doctor may advise what’s better for unique you. So, what am I supposed to do with all my ‘useless’ omega supplements. Continue reading “Anti-age your face with Omega-3 fatty acid”
The more we drank in our 20s, the better we looked in mirrors. The more we drink now…well, now the mirrors LIE!
It seems that as we age our skin shows damage quicker, and that damage takes longer to reverse, or remains damaged…argh, that really sucks! And when it comes to drinking alcohol and our skin, it seems the damage is instantly apparent on our face with every drink.