How’s your skin lately? Glowing, smooth, and vibrant? Or more like an apple that’s going soft: papery and crinkled in some spots, discolored in others? It doesn’t matter if you’re in your 20′s or your 60′s (or anywhere in between, for that matter). Your skin is a reflection of your health, your lifestyle and, whether you like it or not, your age. But it doesn’t have to be. Not only can you erase those fine lines and wrinkles, but you can also give a boost to the underlying layers so that the skin is smoother, plumper, and healthier than ever, and all it takes is some insight into how HGH can help your skin.
A 2013 study looked at the link between Human Growth Hormone and skin. In reviewing literature and previous studies, this new study concluded that HGH plays an important role in development, maintenance and repair of skin, and also that different levels of HGH in the body in different phases of life had an effect on the skin. As we are well aware, as we leave our twenties behind, our natural levels of growth hormone drop significantly, so is it any wonder that soon we begin to discover laugh lines, age spots and changes in skin texture?
One of the biggest skin problems that both men and women start to see as the years progress is the loss of elasticity. When we are younger, our skin is very elastic and tends to “snap back” quickly so it still retains the smooth, tight look of youth. However, this elasticity of the skin is just like the elasticity of an old elastic band. Over time, both lose that tight quality. With skin, this becomes noticeable as hands and eyelids become “crepe-y” and the little laugh lines around the eyes and mouth become deeper and more pronounced.
Human growth hormone levels, when they are optimal, help give skin back that elastic quality it was losing. Fine lines disappear, wrinkles lessen in appearance, and the underlying layers of skin are plumper so there is a smoother, more filled in appearance to the top layer of skin. Other noticible changes include a positive change in skin tone and luminosity, less noticeable skin bruising, and a measurable thickening of the skin. There are also some early studies and anecdotal reports on the effects HGH has on skin cancer, including the disappearance of spots and lesions associated with skin cancer without physical removal or treatment.
So what’s the secret to great skin at any age? It could be the optimal level of Human Growth Hormone in the body that makes all the difference between sallow, old skin and glowing, youthful skin. Many doctors, scientists, and researchers continue to study HGH and the positive benefits it can bring, so stay tuned for more evidence and research. In the meantime, access your own personal Fountain of Skin Youth by including Human Growth Hormone in your health routine alongside exercise, healthy eating, and an effective skin care regimen.