Lady Nancy Astor once said, “I refuse to admit that I’m more than fifty-two, even if that does make my sons illegitimate.” The depth of devotion to defying age seems to be bone deep in many people. They will go to almost any lengths to deny their own birthday. They feel that the very worst thing they could do would be to admit that they’ve been around quite a while. They never have candles on their birthday cake for fear someone might count them.
Coco Chanel once said, “Nature gives you the face you have at twenty; it is up to you to merit the face you have at fifty.” There’s a wild amount of products in the cosmetic industry devoted to looking younger, increasing skin health, decreasing the ravages of time. Most of them don’t work, and some that do work are ridiculously expensive. Of course, Coco Chanel could afford it…and she probably got hers for free anyway.
George Orwell once said, “At age fifty, every man has the face he deserves.” This was once true…it’s not true any longer. In today’s society it seems that at age fifty every man has the face he can afford. There are numerous surgical procedures aimed at making the face look younger and more attractive. People who can afford it frequently go “under the knife” in spite of the potential for complications. Looking young is worth a lot to them.
Bette Midler once said, “After thirty, a body has a mind of its own.” The face isn’t the only telltale sign of aging. Many people carry signs of aging all over their body. Age typically decreases skin elasticity (not just on the face), decreases lean muscle mass, increases body fat, etc. Individuals who seek anti-aging treatments are often doing so in order to stop themselves from changing rather than actively attempting to look younger.
Maurice Chevalier once said, “I prefer old age to the alternative.” I think most of us would agree. Many anti-aging processes carry with them an implied risk to the health that leaves the individual in harm’s way when they had no “need” to undergo the procedure in the first place.
Bette Davis once said, “Old age is no place for sissies.” And she was absolutely right. People who are terrified of aging end up with the most obvious “old” look in the end in most cases. Drastic measures have drastic consequences and they can’t be avoided forever. Individuals who want to maximize their youthful health and characteristics avoid the invasive anti-aging procedures and instead opt for homeopathic Human Growth Hormone supplementation. This way they can benefit without suffering adverse effects.
Satchel Paige once said, “Age is a question of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.” Mental clarity and improved cognitive power…that’s just one of the many benefits that is attached to homeopathic Growth Hormone supplementation. And it’s one of the benefits that is most appreciated by those who were feeling the effects of time.
Desperately seeking solutions is a waste of time. Throwing yourself into dangerous procedures to “look” a few years younger is not worth the potential risks. But maximizing youth and optimizing the health through appropriate homeopathic Human Growth Hormone supplementation is a safe and non-invasive method of decreasing the effects of aging.