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Tue Dec 29, 2009 3:21 am      Reply with quote
sandralee wrote:
Hi everyone! Great thread! Dr. Hauschka. No retinols,no Vit.C,just organic plant extracts. It's simple and there is no need to use a moisturizer at night. Smile

amazing, I recently ordered this line from EDS Very Happy
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Tue Jan 05, 2010 2:31 pm      Reply with quote
Who's gonna be the brave soul to start a "60" and over thread now... Shock

Me has a feeling it will be filled with a lot of curse words... Embarassed

How is it possible to wake up 1 day into the 60th year, and see crap that wasn't there when I went to bed... Sad And each day is bringing something new since the 1st..)

Argh!... Bad Grin

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Tue Jan 05, 2010 3:00 pm      Reply with quote
Maybe it's just too much partying...60 is the new 40...Smile!

Cheers to the new year and being healthy enough to appreciate it!

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Tue Jan 05, 2010 7:24 pm      Reply with quote
Happy birthday Kassy!! Mine was last month. I've made a few new year's resolutions which I'm working on. Let's hope we just continue to get better as we get older. Cheers.
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Wed Jan 06, 2010 2:23 pm      Reply with quote
Kassy,
I'm 62 and I really think that an over 60 thread would be great. No offense to you fiftyish cuties, but the difference between 55 & 60 skin is HUGE! At least a couple of times a week or more you'll wake up, look in the mirror and think "Now what the HECK is THAT!!" Rolling Eyes Now it's not so much about prevention of lines & wrinkles, I've got plenty to spare <sigh>, but more about how to soften the lines, which make-up is best, age spots (do I ever hate those darn things!!)how to keep up with the ever increasing amount of grey, the saggys everywhere, etc. So, for what it's worth, you've got my vote Kassy! Rolling Eyes

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Tue May 04, 2010 6:05 am      Reply with quote
bump Cool

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Tue May 04, 2010 12:07 pm      Reply with quote
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Kassy,
I'm 62 and I really think that an over 60 thread would be great. No offense to you fiftyish cuties, but the difference between 55 & 60 skin is HUGE! At least a couple of times a week or more you'll wake up, look in the mirror and think "Now what the HECK is THAT!!" Rolling Eyes Now it's not so much about prevention of lines & wrinkles, I've got plenty to spare <sigh>, but more about how to soften the lines, which make-up is best, age spots (do I ever hate those darn things!!)how to keep up with the ever increasing amount of grey, the saggys everywhere, etc. So, for what it's worth, you've got my vote Kassy! Rolling Eyes


I wondered what happened to this thread... Laughing

I agree wholeheartedly with "the differences between 55 and 60 being HUGE!"... In my experience from my 5th menopausal year till now (10 yrs), I've done all my aging in one fell swoop. I shudder to think what it would have been like though, if I hadn't found this forum, and taken advantage of the few things that work, to slow down the aging process. No miracles mind you, but I'm more than happy with the time it's buying me, till the inevitable day when fillers and/or surgery will be the only option. So far so good, and I'm happy to still be a *virgin* in that regard... Laughing

So what say all ye other old geezers... Bad Grin

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Tue May 04, 2010 12:21 pm      Reply with quote
Well, I started this thread when my 61st B-day was soon after. I will be 64 in one week and I wish I had Kassy's results. I have yet to find anything that has worked. Today I received a new 8 year drivers license with a new picture and I gotta say I feel like shooting myself. Getting older sucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Tue May 04, 2010 1:55 pm      Reply with quote
Laughing I can sure relate to the driver's license photo. I felt like crawling under a rock when I saw mine! Talk about a mug shot!!
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Tue May 04, 2010 4:28 pm      Reply with quote
My cousin (my age) just needed to renew her driver's license. She said that she had to lie about her weight.....again......and that they need a space for "wanna weigh". Rolling Eyes

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Tue May 04, 2010 5:44 pm      Reply with quote
Great thread,I'm 60+and doing alot of things to keep it where it is.I used the AALS every other day and the vaculifter (great little tool)also retin a and started CP about 6 weeks ago.I have seen improvement in my eyes,lip lines and firming up.I'm sure what happens between 55 and 60 but I know I don't like it.Please share what you ladies are doing and using.
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Wed May 05, 2010 5:52 pm      Reply with quote
Wow!! I just joined , and I feel like I need an education already!I enjoyed reading and learning. I am 65 and folks tell me I look younger, but I can surely tell the difference on some days.I just read a post on using a Dermaroller. does anyone near my age use one of these and if so, which one is the best, and how do you use it? thanks!
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Wed Dec 22, 2010 7:36 am      Reply with quote
I think it's time for this thread to get bumped again, with so many of us in the 50-60 (slightly under and over) we can boost each other on our way to 70? LOL. Bad Grin

It's a really interesting read to go back and read through, seeing where some started and what has and hasn't worked those miracles. Smile

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Wed Dec 22, 2010 8:19 am      Reply with quote
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I think it's time for this thread to get bumped again, with so many of us in the 50-60 (slightly under and over) we can boost each other on our way to 70? LOL. Bad Grin

It's a really interesting read to go back and read through, seeing where some started and what has and hasn't worked those miracles. Smile


Thank you for reminding me that I am 3+ years older since I started this thread and not being the recipient of any miracles. And I thought chocolate was on the "good food" list. Wink

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Wed Dec 22, 2010 8:57 am      Reply with quote
Sorry Frodo! I joined at 55 and 57 is just 2 months away!

What really hits me is that the "kids" keep getting older and it just blows my mind, my oldest is about to hit 30 next month!!!! LOL

I say hell with it enjoy your chocolate! Bad Grin

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Wed Dec 22, 2010 9:50 am      Reply with quote
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And I thought chocolate was on the "good food" list. Wink


Dark chocolate IS on the good food list! I have 2 squares of dark chocolate daily. (I have been on EDS since 2006 - and I have yet to have any miracles!!) Very Happy
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And I thought chocolate was on the "good food" list. Wink


Dark chocolate IS on the good food list! I have 2 squares of dark chocolate daily. (I have been on EDS since 2006 - and I have yet to have any miracles!!) Very Happy


Totally Dark chocolate is a guilt free guilty pleasure, love those antioxidants! Bad Grin

No miracles here either Riley, but it seems that some have been blessed with a few. Smile

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Wed Sep 21, 2011 6:56 pm      Reply with quote
I am wondering if anyone has read "The Ageing Myth" by Dr Joe Chang?

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I am wondering if anyone has read "The Ageing Myth" by Dr Joe Chang?


Here's a link http://www.agingmyth.com/content/agelocbook/global/home.html

I haven't read it - what's it all about? It seems to be promoting Nuskin and Ageloc.

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Not sure I presume it talks about new science in agin? WHo is Nu Skin AgeLoc?

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Wed Sep 21, 2011 8:58 pm      Reply with quote
Gosh, it was 4 plus years ago when I started this topic. And.......I am slowly getting older than dirt and I haven't found "the" miracle yet. Guess I should be happy to still be breathing. Wink
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Gosh, it was 4 plus years ago when I started this topic. And.......I am slowly getting older than dirt and I haven't found "the" miracle yet. Guess I should be happy to still be breathing. Wink


Exactly!!! That's what I've learnt, there aren't any miracles. Regardless of what people claim, you can't stop the aging process with lotions and potions. I get sick of reading how Helen Mirren looks so great for her age, she's 65 and has become the poster-girl for older women. However, when she was in her early 50s she looked old and haggard. She has definitely had work done (good work!) so I basically want what she's having!

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Not sure I presume it talks about new science in agin? WHo is Nu Skin AgeLoc?


NuSkin make an ultrasound skin gadget that's used with their anti-aging serum AgeLoc which is quite expensive. According to the book reviews on Amazon, the book basically promotes the device and serum.

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Thu Sep 22, 2011 3:19 am      Reply with quote
I would love to see a new thread, i will be 60 soon. Shock
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I have loved following this thread and look forward to seeing an over 60 one Cool

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