Hyaluronic Acid Supplement - Topical Restylane Cream

Can you tell me more about this Hyaluronic Acid Supplement Topical Restylane Cream I've been hearing about





Hi,

Thanks for your email. I think you're talking about Hyaluronic Acid serum that helps plump up the skin similar - but not exactly - to what restylane injections are supposed to do.

Please click here Hyaluronic Acid Research for more information.

Thanks,
Linda, Admin Wrinkle Free Skin Tips

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Befotiamine

by CR
(USA)

Hi Linda,

I see that you recommend befotiamine as an excellent skin vitamin, so I decided to read up on it. Wow! It sounds terrific, but it said that befotiamine will cause your blood pressure to drop. Is this vitamin safe for people who take medication for high blood pressure?

Thanks.


Hello,

Thanks for your email regarding benfotiamine and blood pressure. I am not aware of any contraindications between benfortiamine and blood pressure medication.

However, it is always a good idea to check with your doctor before taking any supplment....especially if you are taking blood pressure medication.

Thanks,
Linda

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Hyaluronic Acid Supplements vs. BioSil?

by CR
(USA)

Hi,

I've read that our bodies produce less hyaluronic acid as grow older and that this contributes to wrinkles. Do supplements actually help
to replenish the hyaluronic acid our bodies need? And if so, which brand would you recommend.

Thanks


Hello,

Thanks for your question regarding hyaluronic acid supplements. From what I understand, hyaluronic acid supplements are not easily digested and the body is not able to make collagen from the supplements.

You would be better off taking a biologically active form of silcon called choline-stabilized orthosilicic acid. This form of silicon helps to increase your levels of an important amino acid that your body needs to make collagen and elastin.

By providing your body with these natural building blocks you help increase natural collagen formation which is required for healthy hair, skin, and nails.

Click on the link above to read more and to see the studies.

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Silica supplement for collagen?

by Gina

Is there a silica supplement that helps your body make more collagen? Isn't it good for nails too?

Thanks for your answer,
Gina
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Hi Gina,

Thanks for your question. Yes, the supplement is called BioSil Biologically Active Silicon.

It's a great supplement for healthy skin - not just on your face - but all over your body and also makes your nails and hair grow like crazy!!

Try it - you'll see what I mean.

Thanks,
Linda, Admin Wrinkle Free Skin Tips

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Best Vitamin Companies

I buy my supplements on-line. You said you were a health advisor, what in your opinion, are the best vitamin companies.

Hello,

Thanks for your question regarding the best vitamin companies....I worked at the Life Extension Foundation.

This non profit organization is the largest global authority on nutrition, wellnesss, and health. They are also a leading provider of scientific research on anti-aging supplements and therapies.

You won't find higher quality supplements anywhere.

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MSM

by CR
(USA)

Hi Linda,

I've been using MSM for two months and it truly is a remarkable product. Are Lignusil and Opti the purest, most absorbable forms of MSM or is it just marketing hype?

Thanks.


Hi There,

While I've never used either of them -- most MSM products are pretty well absorbed by most people.

I've heard that the Opti MSM is in flake form and some people complain that it does not dissolve as well as a fine powder form.

There are no studies showing that one type is more readily absorbed by the body than the other. So, it's really up to you which you prefer and which is a better price.

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Is silica supplement the same as collagen supplement - BioSil

by Janet
(San Diego)

I was taking collagen supplements, but recently discovered silica supplements. I would like to know if it is okay to take both, or is it like taking two of the same thing? Thanks.

Hi Janet,

Thanks for your question. Since Silica is not the same as collagen, there shouldn't be a problem taking both, but your just wasting your money because collagen supplements cannot be absorbed and used by the body to make more collagen.

You see silica is a form of silicon. Silicon is a nutrient or a building block that the body needs to make collagen. The advantage to taking silicon over collagen supplements is that the body cannot absorb collagen supplements when ingested. But silicon - specifically a biologically active form of silicon called choline-stabilized orthosilicic acid increases your level of hydroxyproline, which is a key amino acid required for the production of collagen and elastin.

This supplement will increase your collagen levels. And one of the first signs you'll see is that your hair and nails will grow much faster. It's also good for you joints and connective tissues.......and of course helps to maintain stronger healthier skin.

Several studies from the University of Brussels found that people who took
choline-stabilized orthosilicic acid noticed a 30% improvement in fine lines and 55% increase in skin elasticity... in about 20 weeks.

If you want to read more about it, click here BioSil. BioSil is the only supplement on the market that contains this biologically active form of silicon and this was the exact product that the studies were performed on.

I hope this information helped.

Linda, Admin Wrinkle Free Skin Tips

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Fish oil for healthy skin


(Mo)

Hello, I know fish is good for your skin because of the healthy fat in it but I have read that taking fish oil supplements are not as good for your skin as it is to actually eat the fish itself.

Is there truth to this or can you benefit from fish oil supplements? Also, I have to be careful with oil because even fish oil in my diet breaks my face out!


Hi There,

Thanks for your email. The main reason why we hear that eating fish is better than supplements is because:

1. Many fish oil supplements don't contain the amount necessary to benefit the skin and body. They're full of fillers and other oils!

2. Most fish oil supplements are harder to digest and absorb, (compare to eating fish). So we're not getting what we need to benefit the skin and body.

3. Many fish oils (and even fresh fish!!) are contaminated with PCB's, mercury, lead, and other toxins. Thanks to our polluted waters. That's why you see warning for pregnant women and children not to eat more than 3 servings of fish a week. Scary huh?

For this reason I only take and recommend Super Omega 3 by Life Extension. Because it's molecularly distilled and purified. Plus, it contains sesame lignans and olive fruit extract to enhance absorption. And each softgel contains the amount of fish oil shown to be beneficial in studies.

I have never heard that fish oil supplements may cause breakouts. It could from the extra oil fillers that some inexpensive supplement may contain. Breakouts are due to bacteria on the skin. Also, due to excess oil production. Surprisingly, when people with oily skin consume enough "good fats" they stop over producing oil!

So adding a small amount of fish oil, flax seed oil, and olive oil to your diet may help the skin. Also, try using a good salicylic acid treatment helps reduce excess bacteria, unclog pore, and therefore help reduces breakouts.

Thanks,
Linda, Admin Wrinkle Free Skin Tips

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Hyaluronic Acid Topical Serum?

by Jamie

My friend told me about a Hyaluronic Acid Topical Serum that worked well for her, but she can't remember what websiste she bought it from. Do have any information on a topical hyaluronic acid serum?

Hello Jamie,

Thanks for your email regarding a topical hyaluronic acid serum. Yes, I have lots of information on this serum and have many request for it.

It's a great, inexpensive serum that contains pure hyaluronic acid and vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid). With regular use it helps to plump up the skin and reduce that dry crinkled look.

Click here to read more on Hyaluronic Acid Research, Hyaluronic Acid Benefits, and Hyaluronic Acid Side Effects.

Hope this helps,
Linda

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