Now that my 20's are a distant memory and my 40's are on the horizon, anti-aging remedies are no longer optional. I eat healthy and exercise regularly, but like everyone else, I can't escape the hands of time. Those fine lines, age spots and slightly sagging skin are a constant reminder that I'm not the spring chick I feel inside.
Fortunately, it's becoming a lot easier to get a lift without the knife. Today's natural options deliver big results without the pain, down time and expense.
Some of the latest spa treatments, as highlighted inEnergy Times, include cupping therapy, which is derived from ancient Chinese medicine. It promotes blood circulation in the skin by creating a gentle suction to lift the skin where the cup is placed. This process removes toxins, promotes improved cell nutrition, assists in lymph drainage and creates a lifting effect. To find a practitioner in your area,click here to visit MassageCupping.com.
The latest breakthrough in light therapy for skin isMax7 LED.It appears to benefit any skin condition using seven wavelengths from the light color spectrum. It stimulates collagen production, increases blood flow, tones and tightens facial muscles, rejuvenates dull skin, and reduces inflammation and bacteria. NASA research has proven that red wave length increases collagen production by six times.
Another spa option is a multiple step process beginning with an exfoliant and followed by a microelectric current treatment. The low-frequency electrical current gives off a slight tingling sensation while stimulating the facial tissue. It promotes lymphatic drainage, tightens skin, tones sagging muscles and increases elastin production. The process is finished with an oxygen facial infused with essential vitamins and antioxidants to rejuvenate the skin. The result is reduced lines and wrinkles, smoother and firmer skin, and increased elasticity and cell regeneration.
With more natural options to give my face a little lift, the hard part is deciding which one to try first.