raise Hyaluronic Acid in the body

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By Sukhoi - 4/13/2011 2:20:23 AM
difference between being in 20s and being in 30s is the difference in Hyaluronic Acid
in 30s we start to get first signs of aging
iam using hgh elily
and also eating raw potatoes lot of them,  uncooked, it has glowed my skin tone, people do ask how come your face is glowed, i look more healthy

the difference was seen within 3 days

but the wrinkles under the eyes simply dont go away inspite of , is there anything more required to erase those wrinkles under the eyes

iam not using any face cream, iam 33 yrs old

anything more required to erase those eye wrinkles

By LouD - 4/13/2011 5:00:57 AM
You're getting this from Bill Sardi's book, right? Somebody visits a hidden valley (in Tibet or Japan or Italy) and discovers all these old people, and ferrets out their secret. One huckster after another uses this same story to sell their wares. Doesn't mean there isn't something to it, but it's reason to be suspicious.
By DDye - 4/13/2011 5:04:28 AM
A dermatologist or plastic surgeon can suggest the best treatment.  If wrinkling is caused by too much droopy skin, a lower lid blepharoplasty or laser surgery may be indicated. 
By Sukhoi - 4/13/2011 7:50:38 AM
well difference between young and old is chemical secretion

iam trying to level my chemical secretion with supplements

when u get in 30s you start to have lower n lower Hyaluronic acid in the body, then where eye wrinkles, dark circles, and all other porblem starts
becoz water retention goes low

but there are several factors not just
Hyaluronic acid, raising Hyaluronic in my body has changed my skin tone a lot, difference is big and noticable, but its not done yet, i still look old when some 1 looks me in the eyes..

skin tone changed but the eyes of a old man.

i was on hgh 3 months before i started
Hyaluronic acid supplementation food, iam not very sure, whether it is hgh or Hyaluronic supplementation

any 1 here trying to be young naturally..?

in west 30 means young, but in india, if you are 30+, its considered old

By charmed - 4/24/2011 9:33:07 PM
I take NeoCell hyaluronic acid.  I read in a Suzy Cohen book that it is excellent for eye and joint health, but do notice an immediate effect in the look and feel of my skin.  Check that what you are taking is natural hyaluronic acid, its more easily absorbed by the body.  The chemical one is sodium hyaluronate.
By Sukhoi - 4/26/2011 9:06:25 AM
doctor said to me dont take hyaluronic acid supplements, it will pressure my kidney
and it will cause problem there

but i have heard in lot of forums, that it works, iam looking for aurvedic alternative for it, since aurvedic is more absorable,

i guess i will have to give it a try
By Sukhoi - 4/26/2011 9:24:57 AM
i took aurvedic medicine for join paint, i do not have join pain

my guess was it will raise Hyaluronic acid in my body

i took
baidynath rheumartho tablets

it worked, i noticed difference in within 2-3 days on my skin, it also raised my hunger a lot

but the thing is aurvedic medicne do not have much proof or scientifically tested,

there is no mention there it raises
Hyaluronic  acid in body

but it worked,

i guess i will have to try it little longer, to see it actually make changes to my body

By Sukhoi - 4/27/2011 12:49:45 AM
hi charmed
the product u suggested, has absolutely no reviews on amazon.com
source natural Hyaluronic acid has positive reviews

but it contains sodium, which u said to avoid

By charmed - 5/1/2011 1:57:45 PM
Hi, Sukoi!  Take a look at reviews on iherb, there are 13 there.  Sodium hyaluronic acid is lab made, better to go with what the body recognizes, imo. 

I like ayurvedic supplements, too, btw.  I am giving shilajit a try currently and liking it.
By Sukhoi - 5/14/2011 9:22:26 PM
i purchased neo cell Hyaluronic acid, but so far no effect
hardly any visible signs
iam taking 4-5 pills empty stomach at 1 time
since a week

lets see if it works
By Sukhoi - 5/14/2011 9:29:15 PM
well i dont have any joint pain

but iam taking it to improve my skin tone, make it plummer, little dark circles, and wrinkles under the eye to vanish
By Sukhoi - 5/15/2011 6:39:54 AM
my review about neocell hyaluronic acid

its quite ok..

i got the same effect just by eating raw potatoes

when i took raw potatoes with
baidynath rheumartho tablets

my skin glowed, but the little wrinkles under the eye were still visible, it worked, but it was not everything i looked for

Neo Cell
hyaluronic acid
is easy on stomach, they say take 1 pill but i always took 5, with no problems
it makes you feel that your skin glowing, it does but its not very significant only very little to guess and doubt

i guess just hyaluronic acid supplement wont solve the problem
so i purchased
Neocell, Collagen+C, Type 1 & 3,
 and Nature's Way, Hydraplenish Hyaluronic Acid plus MSM, 60 Veggie Caps

i will try them lets see what happens

if any one used them can help

By charmed - 5/19/2011 11:09:47 AM
Sukhoi, glad you are giving it a try.  Google "Suzy Cohen+hyaluronic acid" she talks about the benefits.  I think you may be taking too much though.  Just two pills will do it, more may backfire.  You should see a change in the skin around your eyes in three weeks. Good luck!
By Tom. - 5/19/2011 5:33:39 PM

The biggest mistake and disservice anyone can do for their appearance is to not take proper care of their skin. Wash and exfoliate and use a therapeutic lotion each day.  For the guys out there, the biggest mistake is to think that skin care isn't macho and forgo it.

Instead of the cheap, alcohol based after shaves that are basically just junk, I've always used a face cream all my life.. Nothing fancy or expensive, just an organic, natural cream for about 24 years, every morning.  I've been using a collagen and almond based cream for about 5 years, every morning from the same company.  Anyway, I have very few if any really noticeable wrinkles on my face.  Doing the skin snap test, my skin has youthful elasticity and resilience. I attribute that to a great diet, exercise and a dedicated skin care regime all my life.

The other thing that people forget is nighttime. You're in bed asleep and who in the heck sees you? Well, except your significant other. That is a perfect time to take care of your skin.  You can use a heavier, more intense regimen at night because you don't have to go anywhere.  The key is, make your skin care plan a habit and get into a daily ritual.

The other thing that can affect your skin is lack of sleep, which can make a person look haggard. Your skin is also a reflection of the quality of your diet and how well nourished you are.  Exercise also cleans the skin naturally through sweat and brings blood and oxygen to the face.
By peterz - 5/20/2011 12:15:37 AM
There a number of things you can do for overall skin health overall besides HA.

For one, consume foods that inhibit overproduction of matrix metalloprotease (MMP), a substance which breaks down collagen.  Basically a good diet will help...heavy on plants such as berries and nuts....tea..foods that are high in elligic acid (walnuts & Stawberries)....avoid high AGE (fried and high temp cooked foods)....limit UV exposure....plenty of water...adequate sleep...and so on...all long term actions.

none of this may fix the wrinkles in your eye area but should slow down further wrinkling...

You could also try LE Anti-Glycation Serum for that area...LE can point to research which shows some of the ingrediants have reversed fine wrinkles...

If you don't use PubMed and Google Scholar for your own research then start.....
By Sukhoi - 5/20/2011 11:13:55 PM
i had been hearing lot about BHT, but its for herpes patients

and it is also known to stop cellular aging, cellular aging happens to people who are very old, iam 33, which BHT u use

i will try it in small quantity, lets see how it works
By Sukhoi - 5/21/2011 2:36:37 AM

can you upload your pictures, so that we can see, i have uploaded mine
though my friends say i look around 25, but when some 1 looks in the eyes, there it shows
there is bit volume loss around eye area, that shows iam 30, becoz iam 30