Skincare products, tools, and treatments alone will not solve the problem of dull, tired, and/or sagging skin.
This is why we either escalate the procedures and products we use, or we might give up altogether and say, "beauty just doesn't matter anymore."
If products and procedures actually solved the problem of aging skin, the entire skincare and cosmetic procedure industry would be out of business.
To see BIG and lasting results, you need a synergistic combination of skin nutrition, energy, and self-image working in harmony at a deep subconscious level.
Speaking of your self-image, did you know that this -mostly forgotten, invisible part of you- is responsible for all the results you'll allow yourself to receive with your skin, happiness, joy, success, etc.?
Yep, it's true, your self-image is the representative of your entire subconscious, and she is keeping score of a game you didn't even know you were even playing.
Our self-image is a powerful force when we attempt to change our pattern of behavior. If we believe we are not capable of change, our self-image will guide our subconscious mind toward failure.
We're conditioned through TV, books, movies, music, and culture about how we should act, look, and even feel as we grow older. We incorporate these beliefs into our subconscious, and they become part of the factors that control how our genes work. The bottom line: If you think you're old, you may act and look old, too.
The single most important factor in healthy, better aging is cultivating a positive outlook. How do you maintain a positive attitude? It's all about the outlook. Begin by accepting that nothing in life is permanent, and try to look for the silver lining in every situation. A great attitude can help you enjoy getting older instead of dreading or simply tolerating it.
Here are 5 tips for aging better in ANY AGE!
- Protect skin from the sun every day.
- Smoking is the worst.
- Healthy well balanced diet.
- Water water water.
- How You Care For Your Skin Matters.
- Exercise most days of the week.
- Check Your Preconceived Notions At The Door.
- And above all: Maintain a Positive Attitude.