Dermatopause: Restoring Ageing Skin – Beauty from the Inside Out

September 17, 2010 by  
Filed under Health Blog, Healthy Lifestyle

We live in a society where we are judged by how we look, and youth is a premium. The condition of your skin is the universal measurement of youth, and good skin depends on a healthy body.

According to Dr Eric R. Braverman, M.D: “Beautiful skin starts with internal plastic surgery – repairing the body from the inside-out, in order to achieve total age reversal”.

“To look and feel young you have to start from within, particularly with the brain. Boosting your brain’s biochemicals, and restoring your body’s natural hormone levels enables your organs to run efficiently, which helps your body to feel good, and your skin to tighten up. By maintaining and enhancing our internal skin, the results will reflect in a younger, healthier appearance.

There’s nothing wrong with having regular beauty treatments such as facials, as long as people realise that this treatment is only superficial and therefore can only help your skin to a certain degree.

If you genuinely want to look and feel younger – you need to ensure that your body is receiving all of the correct nutrients; that your hormone levels are well balanced; that your brain is being fed the right substances and that your body is in total balance for a long and full life”.

I couldn’t agree more.

Yours In Great Health,

Sar Rooney BHSc., ND., DC., DASc., GDSc. (Hons), MATMS, MNHAA, MHATO

Naturopathic Medicine Practitioner, Lecturer, Researcher 

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Eric R. Braverman, M.D., ‘Younger You.’ McGraw Hill, 2007

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