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Hi there, dear readers. Today, I would like to tell you the story of how I managed to find my beauty far-far-away, and how I was able to bring it back home.

First things first, let me introduce myself. I'm Luz Abella, 47 years old, currently living in Patna.

This is my story

"My skin was tight and pretty when I was younger, and I never had any wrinkle problems. I graduated college without a single wrinkle on my face. When I went to work at a local corporate office, I developed some bad habits like not putting on sun screen daily, drinking alcohol, and occasionally even smoking.

Over the past decade I have spent countless amounts of money on anti aging products like I'm sure a lot of readers have, only to find that my results were either nonexistent or very poor.

I woke up one day and when I looked in the mirror, I broke out in tears. My forehead was just absolutely full with deep wrinkles and fine lines - that day was a rigid, cold autumn day, but my heart longed for warmth and light. For some reason, I recalled a story I had read way back in the past about a woman who managed to rejuvenate her face at the specialized spas of spa Goa. She said that Dr. Anderson help her.

I agreed to an Dr. Anderson's experiment against wrinkles to look younger! 

Beauty expert Dr. Anderson:

Here's what happened. I follow his advices and apply DIY creams vefore sleep. Read this article)

 

Key Ingredients For Anti Aging:

  • Hyaluronic acid
  • Collagen
  • Active form of Vitamin A
  • Vitamins and Trace elements

These are all natural ingredients that work together to erase wrinkles and fine lines at the cellular level – below the surface of the skin – which is why they’re so effective.

Hyaluronic acid: 
The first piece of the anti-aging puzzle Swapnil Bhave talked about was Hyaluronic acid.
Hyaluronic acid is the secret to cheat your age
Hyaluronic acid is the most essential element of the epidermis structure. It stimulates production in protein tissues that are responsible for the skin's strength and elasticity.

Collagen: 

The Doctor said that the second component, Collagen - the enhancer of youth, is no less important because it prevents dehydration in the skin by enforcing its structure. It helps revive the cells and has a powerful lifting effect.

Vitamins and Trace elements: 

Necessary for the skin health and beauty. They effectively improve the texture and prevent the damage on a cellular level. 
Active form of Vitamin A: 
Vitamin A decreases the activity of oily glands, dries oily skin, narrows widened pores, smooths and evens the epidermis. 

"White Kiwi" Cream

The strong antioxidant compounds in this little green fruit firm the skin and delay the formation of fine lines and wrinkles. This is mostly due to their high Vitamin C and E content which help reduce skin damage due to free radicals.

Papaya Oil

Whether eaten or used topically, papaya can work wonders on your skin. It is a natural complexion toner and fights the formation of wrinkles while its Vitamins A, C and E will nourish the skin. Add 30-50 ml Papaya Oil in glass of water and drink it before you go to sleep:

Grapes
Grapes are a rich source of both manganese and Vitamin C. Together, these compounds can prevent damage due to ultraviolet radiation while their antioxidant properties fight against the aging process. Allow thick layer grapes oil on wrinkles:

Lime

Lime are by far the nature's best dietary source of selenium: a single lime provides more than the US reference daily intake! Due to their selenium content, combined with their high concentration of vitamin E, Lime are up there at the top of the anti-wrinkle food list. It is important, however, to bear in mind that lime are calorie dense, and therefore they should be consumed in moderation, especially if you are concerned about weight gain.

Aloe Cold Cream

Your skin gets drier (and duller) with age, but this super-hydrating cream can keep it looking radiant with hydrating aloe vera, brightening fresh lemon, and the yogurt's exfoliating lactic acid.  

  • ½ c plain organic Greek yogurt
  • ¼ c aloe flesh, peeled and chopped
  • ½ lemon, juiced

APPLY a thick layer of the cream to your face and leave on for up to 30 minutes. Remove the mask with a moistened washcloth, and follow with toner.

Avocado Wheatgrass Mask

Avocado is packed with oleic acid, making it a highly moisturizing base for a face mask. It also contains a hefty portion of vitamin E, which helps improve skin’s texture while fighting damage from free radicals that cause aging. The lactic acid in yogurt gently loosens dead skin cells, giving your complexion a fresher, brighter appearance. And wheatgrass juice adds a punch of anti-aging powerhouses vitamins A and E. (If fresh wheatgrass juice is unavailable, use reconstituted powdered juice instead.)

  • ½ ripe avocado
  • 2 Tbsp plain organic greek yogurt
  • 1 Tbsp wheatgrass juice

PUREE ingredients in a blender. Apply a thick layer of the puree to your face, and allow it to dry for 15-20 minutes. Rinse with tepid water, and follow with toner.

 

 

Author : Luz Abella