Nourish your skin with proper hydration. Drink lots of fluids, exercise and eat whole foods. Supplement with Vitamin E/Omega 3, Vitamin D, Vitamin B complex, melatonin, and Vitamin A rich foods. Eat hormone free eggs and good fats such as avocado, walnuts and coconut.

Apply the oil in your body just after your shower. Protect your skin from the sun with SPF 15 or higher sun block from natural food stores.

How do you hydrate your skin? Sea vegetables such as red algae is hydrating.

Anti-stress Vitamin B complex helps reduce the aging process. Eat fruits such as organic apple (with skin), yellow colored fruits and kiwi.

Use left over tea bags, red wine, lemon and plum juices to wash your skin.

Get sufficient sleep. I take calcium, magnesium, melatonin, Omega 3 and Vitamin B complex to help me sleep and keep a younger looking skin.

I spend 30 min cross fit training with a coach to keep me motivated in my 30 min of cross fit training.

Add music in your life. Deal with stress in a positive way. Help more people to give you a good feeling of service and gratitude.

Favorite whole foods body products: Weleda, Juice Beauty and Andalou.

Connie’s comments: I use Vitamin E rich lotion and massage oil to heal the skin of my 91 yr old client and instructed my caregiver to do the same. In her drinking water, I added a pinch of lemon and maply syrup. I ordered beef broth soup with carrots and celery and brought apple and orange juice (with less sugar). I ensured she has fiber rich veggies such as cabbage and asparagus.

Her foot soak includes essential oil of eucalyptus, hydrogen peroxide and EPSOM salts.

Food: Soft boiled eggs, salmon, grass fed butter, sesame oil, avocado, walnuts and lean meats with fiber rich veggies (pickles), yogurt, citrus foods, yams, onions/garlic

Exercise: Walking and stretching on bed and on the chair.

Music: Happy music

Companion: Motherhealth caring caregivers trained by Connie

Other tips: Protect your liver to have a beautiful skin.

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