Step right up ladies and be amazed at Auntie Lydia’s beauty cure-all tonics. Sorry, no cocaine, heroine, caffeine or laxatives in these beauty cure-all’s. Just nutrient-rich, natural supplements that grandma used to keep her skin and hair looking gorgeous and glam.
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- Is a by product of refining sugar
- Great source of calcium and iron as well as copper, potassium, magnesium, and manganese.
- Copper in particular is essential for creating the enzyme superoxide dismutase, an antioxidant responsible for repairing tissue and reducing inflammation.
- Copper is also needed for creating pigment which is why many have reported to reverse gray hair by taking molasses.
- Try adding a teaspoon to coffee, oatmeal, or warm milk.
- Loaded with vitamins A & D, and omega-3 fatty acids.
- Vitamin A keeps skin soft and smooth
- Omega-3 is a powerful anti-inflammatory.
Did you know? Aging is the result of inflammation. Sun, poor diet, stress, refined sugar are all factors that lead to inflammation of cells that cause them to rupture and become damaged. Thus begins premature aging and (yikes!) diseases…
- Rich in many minerals including potassium and calcium
- Reduces acidity in the body (healthy skin and body needs an alkaline environment)
- Antibacterial, antiviral and anti-fungal, so it helps to clear blemishes and dandruff.
- Read more benefits and how to take it here
Simple as they may look, these old-fashion supplements pack a power punch against premature aging, as I was recently reminded. My 3 boys often have me running around like a headless chicken around here, which made me often forget to take my vitamins. As a result my skin lost it’s glow and it began to feel more delicate.Fortunately, as soon as I went back to my regime (which includes all of the above supplements plus a few more) my skin bounced back and is looking so much more firmer and hydrated. Ah, relief!
Are supplements part of your beauty routine?