THE GOLDEN HEALTH SERIES | Part 3: Anti-Aging
From ancient times…
Gold has several properties that can make it a great skin product for almost any skin type. In fact, gold has been known for its anti-aging properties since ancient Egypt.
As we recall history, Cleopatra reputedly used gold as a part of her beauty regime as a way of outshining the other imperial concubines and in order to compete for the attention of the Pharaoh.
In today's society, many international celebrities use nanotechnology to implant gold wires into their skin for the purpose of anti-aging, lifting the skin, and staying young. To make themselves look shining and charming, celebrities often buy expensive gold masks before attending banquets. Now you know the secret to “shining” Holywood skin!
If you read up on the various documents about gold, you will find that they all speak about how this metal has been widely used throughout history and in many cultures due to its property as an excellent conductor of heat and electrical energy.
But since you’ve been reading our gold and health series, you already know some benefits gold has on your health.
If you are more into science, we suggest you check out this official article from NCBI (National Center For Biotechnology Information) about a transdermal gold delivery system using a nanofibrous mask.
In this part of the Gold & Health Series, we will help you understand why using gold as an anti-aging product is not just beneficial but essential if you want to retain your youthful appearance, even as you get older.
Aging: The thing that we can’t stop (or can we?)
Aging is a natural process that cannot be avoided. However, the rate at which your body ages is completely within your control.
The skin is the largest organ in the human body, and it plays a crucial role in how we look and feel. Healthy skin helps you look younger, feel more confident, and even impacts your mental health. Aging skin is not something to be afraid of because it’s an inevitable part of life, but you can take measures to slow down its impact on your appearance.
Whether you have dry, oily, or sensitive skin, there are certain things you can do to keep your skin young and healthy. Some simple things include drinking lots of water, eating right, exercising regularly, and also using gold for anti-aging purposes. I mean Cleopatra did it…
How to Use Gold for Anti-Aging Purposes?
Gold-based products often contain many other ingredients, such as vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, vitamin E, coconut oil, rosehip oil, and so on, which help you to anti-aging, skin moisturization, fade away the melanin and wrinkles and firm up the skin.
It protects the skin against radiation, promotes cell metabolism and regeneration, accelerates collagen synthesis, works effectively to activate the skin, and restores its tension. Overall it reproduces the radiance of your skin.
Once the gold is fully absorbed and your skin has been moisturized, the unique nourishing and moisturizing ingredients begin to do their magic, leaving your skin smooth, soft, and supple as pearls. Furthermore, most gold-based products contain other ingredients, such as Vit C, hyaluronic acid, coconut oil, Vit E, rosehip oil, and so on. Each one of those ingredients has a role in helping you treat aging, so look out for them.
Now you know the skin routine of Cleopatra and famous Hollywood stars that you can implement in your own skin routine.
This was part 3 of our Golden Health Series, we hope you’ve enjoyed it and learned something new.
Watch out for part 4 which is coming soon!
Till next time,
Sincere Sally Team