HGH Skin Care?

 In Anti-Aging

It was only a matter of time before the makers of skin care products discovered the many skin benefits of Human Growth Hormone. The latest round of new anti-aging skin products feature – you guessed it – HGH as one of the effective ingredients. Why are skin care product makers going the HGH route, and more importantly, do these products actually work?

The idea behind putting Human Growth Hormone into skin care products is a sound one, since HGH helps with skin cell growth. Like other parts of your body, when the noticeable effects of having less HGH in your body as you age, such as the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, skin sagging, or skin visibly becoming thinner become apparent, you start to seek out products and remedies to help keep skin as youthful as possible. With HGH having the ability to actually regenerate skin cells, having the power of HGH on your side in the war on aging can mean the difference between looking your age (or older!) and looking years younger. In fact, a 2013 study looked at the relationship between skin health and HGH, particularly how it affects skin healing and prevents skin aging. The study concluded that HGH is important for the development, maintenance and repair of skin, and that skin can effectively show the decrease in natural HGH throughout the aging process by it’s physical appearance. So it only makes sense that optimal levels of HGH would minimize the impact of “aging.”

Today’s skin creams commonly have all manner of beneficial anti-aging ingredients – the days of using skin cream only for moisturizing are long gone. One HGH skin cream helps erase wrinkles and reduce the presence of damaging free radicals with a combination of natural HGH,  Alpha Lipoic Acid, and Vitamin C Ester. New technology breakthroughs have led one lab to develop a serum based on bio-engineered HGH from plant materials that showed wrinkles became half as deep after only four weeks of use. Other companies offer dietary supplements designed to boost HGH levels and hopefully offer an array of health benefits, including reducing wrinkles and restoring the appearance of skin to its youthful state.

The question remains, with all this scientific evidence and new breakthroughs, do any of these products actually work? Based on the reviews and anecdotal evidence, the results seem positive so far, although as with most brand new products, there is more evidence to be gathered and what works for one may not work for another. The bottom line is that science, health, and beauty experts are beginning to take Human Growth Hormone quite seriously now that there is more research and evidence associated with it’s use. It’s up to you whether you would like to try out some of the new HGH skin products as an addition to your routine. However, many who have been boosting natural HGH levels with safe and effective Deer Antler Spray may find it’s not even necessary!


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