August 28, 2015

August 28, 2015

I turned 50 years old at the end of 2014.  Most people tell me (in person) that they think I am 30, 32 or “mid-thirties”.  To the right is a photo that was just taken recently at the park.  My hair is a mess as it was a windy day at the park!  If you want to watch my video on my experiences with phytoceramides, click here. Just please know that some video programs distort your actual image, which is why I’m so excited to share with you some photos taken this August, 2015.

Phytoceramides are the plant-derived equivalent of ceramides, a lipid that keeps your skin hydrated, elastic and plump, which why they are being famed “miracle phytoceramides” as the fountain of youth. Supplements made out of phytocermides are mostly obtained from wheat, rice or sweet potatoes, so even people with celiac disease can partake. Ceramides are found naturally in many foods, especially wheat flour. Sphingolipids, and other foods that contain ceramides, which are also present in large amounts in dairy products, eggs and soybeans. The problem is you can’t get enough ceramides from food.  If you want to look younger and actually see results quickly, you really need to take supplements (and even faster if you use the cream / supplement (capsule) combination for the best anti-aging warfare, before it gets worse.  No matter where you are in the aging process, you can look and feel better by hydrating your body from the inside out and your face from the outside in with these miracle phytoceramide supplements and cream.

Are Phytoceramides the Fountain of Youth?

Phytoceramides are natural components of human skin. There are different ceramide types (conveniently numbered – i.e. ceramide 3) and six are commonly found in skin. All four layers of the epidermis contain ceramides, and they play an important role by creating a barrier which reduces infection and helps to retain the skin’s moisture. Reduction in the amount of ceramides may result in dry skin, dermatitis, or wrinkles.

For years, ceramides were thought of simply as a structural component to the lipid bilayer of all cell membranes, including the upper layer of skin. Interestingly though, recent studies reveal that they can also act as a signaling molecule that send messages to the rest of the body. The “signal” they perform is apostosis, programming a cell to die. This has made ceramide the subject of numerous studies on its role in treating cancer patients.

In our terms?   Phytoceramides heals every cell of your body from the inside out (through taking supplements) and the outside in (by using the topical cream).  The more hydrated your body is, the younger you will remain.  Even going through menopause, women’s bodies dry out from the inside out.  As we age, men and women, our eye sight changes… why? Because our macula is drying and not hydrated enough.  Every single organ and cell in your body dries up as we age, and it makes it harder for our blood to circulate oxygen to every cell in our body through every capillary.  We need to stay hydrated in order to stay young, and feel good and healthy.  That’s why I’m telling you about the “4 for the price of 1” offer to where you can get phytoceramide supplements and the topical cream, and if you’re not happy with either one of them, they provide you with a guarantee or your money back.  I saw results with the supplements alone, and became very excited when I heard that they finally came out with a cream.

Topical Applications of Phytoceramides:

Now, what about phytoceramide creams? Well, thankfully, there is research on this. In a Japanese study, eight people’s eyelids were treated with a ceramide gel for four weeks with the result that “water content of eyelid skin was significantly increased after treatment.” There’s also a French study, showing that topical ceramides with “other skin lipids” improved skin barrier repair. A ceramide gel was also shown to relieve dermatitis, while sphingolipids (which as mentioned above is made up of phytoceramides) from a lactic acid was applied topically and increased the skin’s resistance to aging (source).

Topical creams containing phytoceramides will combat your wrinkles head on.  Not only that, but as you see from the study above, it will make your skin thicker and firmer in just weeks!  With the supplement, you’re healing from the inside out, and topically, you’re healing your body from the outside in.  A win-win situation!

Phytoceramides – The Fountain of Youth

So topical phytoceramides in addition to the supplement seems to be the best addition to our skincare regimen. Ceramide has been a mainstay of Elizabeth Arden products for years, but I wanted to do better than an overpriced department store brand. That’s why we are offering a “buy one get one free” special pricing of the combination of phytoceramiode cream plus supplements to heal your skin from the outside in – while you heal your skin from the inside out.

By using both, the cream and the supplement, whereas I just started out with the supplement and saw immediate results, just think of how effective it will be countering aging problem areas with both…. we have, ladies and gentlemen, discovered that phytoceramides are directly related to the “fountain of youth”.

Click on the image below to get 4 products for the price of 1 (2 supplements and 2 creams = 2 months supply for the price of one bottle of capsules alone, i.e. 1 month supply.  There is no risk and a money back guarantee if for any reason you are not satisfied with either one of these products, but you will be compating the aging process two-fold with the supplements and the cream with these high quality phyceramide products.