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13 June 2011


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Katie Hallison

Supplements work well, but to get the best results, you have to spread the benefits around. Exercise is the best, as your whole body will get the nutrients of the supplements that way. In the end, to ensure a youthful look, you need to be proactive in seeking solutions.

Lauri Hersh

Yep, your dermatologist told you to do the right thing. Retin-A is proven to be a very effective product in delaying the skin's aging process. Being derived from Vitamin A, it works to reverse photodamage in the form of wrinkles and age spots.

teresa granath

Happy Birthday Darling! :)

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You should be careful with using this supplements. You can get a bad result.

Betty aka ZacksNana

Happy Belated Birthday Sweetie. I think I may try some of these products. I had lap band surgery in 2008 and I have to take multies and calcium supplements. Those horse pills gag me. So I will see about this Adora stuff. I mean, who does like chocolate and then you get your calcium too! Double benefit which you forgot to mention! LOL


Wow, I had no idea fish oil was good for dry eyes, which is something I had even when young (partly due to contact lens wear). Another reason to get on fish oil. Thanks for the tip!

(plus, I really dislike those TV Restasis drops for dry eyes ads and the way big companies make every little thing sound in need of a prescription drug -- got restless legs? Got dry eyes? Got skimpy eyelashes? Here, use this drug with its all side effects. Phooey on that!)


Happy belated birthday!! Gonna have to try these products.


I, too, was advised to take fish oil supplements for dry eyes, but REALLY disliked the after effects...until I saw a tip that stopped them cold. Keep your fish oil supplements in the freezer. By the time they are thawed and digested, they will be so far along your digestive tract that the unpleasantness is no longer a problem. Works great!

Greg Bulmash

FYI, Costco's fish oil supplements are inexpensive and non-fishy. Fish oil is also a natural anti-inflammatory, so it helps with joint soreness.

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