Aging Skin-Care Tips!

How can you keep a healthy mind and body as you age?

Age ... is a matter of feeling, not of years.  -- George William Curtis
by John W Jones, MD, MPH

Care for all your skin

Ultra Omega-Linic
Ultra Vites
Ultra Preventive
Ultra Monolaurin
Vitamin E 400
Radical Resilience

Skin Care Product

Dermacalm Lotion
SoapFree Body Wash
Hydrating Body Lotion
Natural Shampoo and Conditioner

My General recommendations to maintain health:

I have included nutrients that are appropriate for normal, well adults.

  1. Basic Nutritional supplementation  (Ultra Omega-Linic, Ultra Vites minimum daily)
  2. Exercise - This has a positive effect on your mental functions as well as health preservation .
  3. Weight loss if appropriate
  4. Amino Acids to stimulate Human Growth Hormone if needed
  5. Protein if indicated
  6. Antioxidant support (Radical Resilience)

Other Anti-Aging Topics

Protect your Skin to Prevent Aging

Your skin is one of the largest organs of your body.   Since a lot of absorption takes place thru the skin, it does matter that products you bathe and shampoo with are made with natural nourishing ingredients.   Toxic or synthetic ingredients place an unwanted burden on your body - and accelerates the look of aging skin.

As we age skin problems seem to be on the increase.  Advertisers focus on making wrinkles go away.  But there are other concerns as well. Increased bruising and skin tears are the most common complaints.   Do you know that you can prevent these problems  by avoiding soaps and shampoos with harsh chemicals.?

Products like Calm Body Wash contain natural Soap FREE cleansing agents.  You will also notice smoother skin from the use of nutrient-rich and pH balanced lotions, such as Hydrating Body Lotion. 

Dermacalm Lotion has been formulated to provide head-to-toe nourishment through the skin.

Quality Shampoos and Conditioners that nourish the scalp and hair produce noticeable results.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.    Products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.