The ONE Facial Treatment I Pay a Lot of Money for

I am not a big fan of Botox though certainly, given my vanity, I may try it one day.  However, the idea of injecting some derivation of botulism bacteria into my face makes me sick – not to mention my huge phobia of needles.  There is a lot we can do INTERNALLY and EXTERNALLY to fight wrinkles and saggy skin naturally.  (Stay tuned for my new ebook: The Ultimate Guide to Anti-Aging which is coming out soon and is divided into two sections: Internal and External.) The sooner we start cleaning up our bodies and our environment and getting into good routines the easier anti-aging will be.

That said, there is one procedure I swear by and spend money about $500 to $600 on 1-2x per year.  Intensive pulse laser – IPL. Continue reading

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Keeping your Intestine Clean Prevents Disease, Aging and Helps with Addictions! Spring Cleaning Calls for a Colonic and a Cleanse…. (Infographic warning!)

In order for your body to take advantage of all the nutrients you ingest, it is important that you keep your insides clean.   Our immune system is largely contained within our bowels.   Good health begins in the gut.

We live in a toxic environment; from pesticides and strange ingredients in our food, to polluted air, harsh chemicals in our cleaning and beauty products, prescription drugs and excessive stress.  Ninety percent of these toxins enter your bloodstream through the intestinal tract. Toxins suppress the natural, self-healing mechanisms in our body. Our poor liver gets overloaded, trying to do its main job of keeping the body clean and functional.  If it can’t keep up, many of the body’s systems begin to malfunction. Continue reading

11 Ways to Increase Production of Anti-Aging Hormones Naturally

Given my hereditary vanity and my playgirl lifestyle, I was compelled – out of sheer preservationary panic – to extensively research anti-aging methods.  This research led to a hardy consumption of resources relating to hormones.

Hormones are the chemical messengers that keep our body in balance.  They control pretty much every system in our body including our reproductive system, our metabolic processes, our immunity, our digestion, our ability to regenerate and the speed at which we age. Continue reading