October 8, 2014

in Skin Care

happy-skin-Nutriance-GNLDWhat does HAPPY Skin look like?

  • No blemishes

  • No wrinkles

  • Glowing

  • Smooth

  • Soft

  • Flexible

HAPPY Skin must receive proper care and nourishment both inside and out. 

You can load the outside of our skin with lotions and creams yet it can be starving from within.  Skin is the body’s biggest organ so it makes sense that the condition of the rest of our body will affect how our skin looks and feels.

I absolutely love to hold and cuddle babies.  Their skin is so soft and silky feeling.  Their skin has been protected by being inside the womb and has yet to be exposed to dry air, wind, air pollution, excess sunlight, etc. etc.  A babies immune system is typically very strong however as they are exposed to poor diets and environmental stresses, their skin gradually becomes less silky and soft.

Happy-skin-nutrients-NutrianceWhat nutrients make the most effect on whether you have HAPPY Skin or SAD Skin?

  • Vitamin A is vital for collagen production and skin structure.  Collagen production is necessary to increase skin moisture thus reducing wrinkles and fine lines.
  • Vitamin B facilitates the growth of new cells and tissue.  Healthy cell growth and metabolism makes your skin look and act younger!
  • Vitamin C is vital for collagen production and also is an antioxidant.  Antioxidants protect against premature aging of your skin.
  • Vitamin E protects collagen fibers.  It also is an antioxidant.
  • Carotenoids are antioxidants and also protect the entire body against premature aging and cancer including skin cancers.
  • Calcium regulates capillary permeability (the ability of the blood vessels to take on nutrients and to flow properly).
  • Zinc is vital for protein synthesis.  When you look in the mirror, you see protein.
  • Copper promotes collagen and elastin production.  Elastin is a protein that keeps your skin flexible thus reducing wrinkles and fine lines.
  • Protein provides amino acids which are the building blocks for healthy, happy skin as well as the rest of the body.
  • Fatty acids promote healthy cell membranes.

As you can see, it is very important to have a daily balanced nutrient plan in order to expect to have HAPPY Skin.

Happy-skin-GNLD-NutrianceNow what does our skin need from the outside? 

What are some of the ingredients that are essential in skin care products in order to have HAPPY Skin?

  • Natural vitamins A (retinol) and E, water- soluble vitamin C, green tea and echinacea extracts provide antioxidant and immune support.
  • Pure Swiss collagen supports the structure and firmness of young, attractive skin.
  • Natural humectants and moisturizing lipids gently deep-condition skin, helping to minimize visible signs of aging.
  • Pro-Vitamin B5 (Panthenol) and Cucumber Extract soothes and pampers your skin making it look and feel soft, smooth and very moist.
  • Pure Swiss collagen and mucopoly- saccha rides replenish water in skin cells and enhance the natural moisture barrier.
  • Soluble collagen and elastin, squalane and dimethicone boosts skin's moisture content.
    • Water-based botanicals such as cucumber extract provide soothing moisture, while helping to maintain a normal skin surface pH.
    • Squalane combines with the skin's own sebaceous lipids to promote youthful moisture levels.
    • Pure natural Aloe Vera, Chamomile, Linden, Cornflower and St. John’s Wort Extracts, plus Allantoin and Calendula support cellular renewal to soften skin and add elasticity.  They soothe, moisturize, help calm the skin surface and reduce minor skin discomforts as well as aiding renewal of skin that has been overexposed to the outdoor elements: sun, wind and cold.

      • Botanical extracts such as witch hazel, tormentil, white oak bark, and sage calms lipid production by up to 37%, promotes a healthy lipid-to-moisture balance, and helps shrink the appearance of pores and blemishes.

        Botanical extracts: orange flower, eyebright, ivy, and sweet almond encourage natural lipid production of normal-to-dry skin, enhancing moisture retention and visible smoothness.

        • Pure avocado oil enhances moisture/lipid balance and promotes elasticity.

Are you feeding your skin from the inside out?

Are you feeding your skin from the outside in?

Get started today and make your skin HAPPY SKIN!

Enjoy your Happy Skin!


Happy-Skin-antiaging-NutrianceI have used GNLD Nutriance as my primary skin care since 1985.  It has most definitely helped me age more gracefully.  I am 71 years now! Yes, I have some wrinkles and stress lines as well as those I inherited. Its interesting – I have wrinkles in the same places my Dad's 3 sisters had wrinkles! Did you inherit any wrinkles? If so, minimize them with the TOP Skin Care System.

Only from GNLD Nutriance do you receive skin care products that work together in a Synergy Cycle as they:

1.       Cleanse – clean & responsive

2.       Exfoliate – smooth & clear

3.       Refresh – toned & re-balanced

4.       Moisturize – soft & radiant

5.       Renew & protect – youthful & resilient

Happy-Skin-Nutriance-Synergy-CycleGNLD’s Nutriance Synergy Cycle is the skin care system proven to be:

  • Youth renewing:  increases your skin’s moisture level by 79%+ after application.
  • Skin protectin:  boosts antioxidant activity by 90%, protecting your skin against age-accelerating oxidants and UV rays.
  • Age defying:  reduces fine lines and wrinkles by up to 28% in just 28 days.
  • Time-erasing benefits are multiplied with each product use.
  • Clinically tested and proven in Europe’s most prestigious cosmetics testing facility.
  • Groundbreaking technology can change the way your skin ages!

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Pat has been married to the same man for 52 years, is the mother of 3 adult children, and grandma to 8 grandchildren. Growing up in the country gave her a head start to living a healthy lifestyle.  This grandma became interested in nutrition as a mother and for the past 27 plus years she has specialized in teaching others the importance of good nutrition.  Challenges along the road have been many; her father overcoming congestive heart failure with nutrition, her husband's battle with GERD and dealing with major heart issues, her daughter's battle with a brain tumor, her grandson beating Hodgkin's Lymphoma, her mother's stage 4 lung cancer, her mom-n-law's dementia, and others.  Her goal is to empower the future health of others with wisdom, knowledge and common sense so they can have the BEST REAL HEALTH possible. 


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1 Barbara Keen October 11, 2014 at 10:11 am

Thanks Pat for this great article!  I do suffer from thryoid disease, allergies and sensitive skin. So with that being said it is very hard to keep the skin moist and looking good. But with a certain lotion my dermatologist recommended, a day vitamin I am headed in the right direction. I love the pictures you shared of yourself and you look GREAT for your age!  Keep it up!!

2 Heather Cameron October 10, 2014 at 4:59 pm

Great information. Our skin is so important yet we often only focus on our face and not the rest of it.

3 Veronica October 9, 2014 at 12:23 am

I wish I had happy skin. I have blemishes all over. But I have learned to literally love the skin I'm in

4 Dawn Lanier October 8, 2014 at 5:16 pm

Well I sure learned a lot from you today Pat – thanks for this information – I am bookmarking it so I remember everything 🙂

5 Alexandra McAllister October 8, 2014 at 4:41 pm

Such an informative post, Pat.  I agree it is very important to have a daily balanced nutrient plan in order to expect to have HAPPY Skin. Your graphic shows the steps very well!

6 Meryl Hershey Beck October 8, 2014 at 1:33 pm

Great information on taking better care of our skin. We are exposed to so much in our everday environments and don't realize the importance of good skin care until we are older. We always assume we have so much time to do things better. 

7 Pat Moon October 11, 2014 at 6:03 pm

Hi Meryl,

I did not really focus on taking care of my skin until I was in my 40’s. Yes, we are exposed to many things in our everyday life that our skin has to deal with. It is helpful if we do take care of it inside and outside. Our skin needs nourishment.

Time passes way too fast and all of a sudden we start noticing the wrinkles and dryness. As far as I’m concerned botox or other cosmetic surgies only make people look older.

Thanks for your supportive comment.


8 Roslyn October 8, 2014 at 12:53 pm

Love your analogy and including images of you thru the years. You always looked happy, smiling, fresh and refreshed. My skin is still ok and I seem to have inherited good genes. I always believed in accepting oneself exacting as we are and taking good care of ourselves. You do a great job explaining all the elements necessary to succeed.

9 Pat Moon October 11, 2014 at 5:56 pm

Hi Roslyn,

Thanks for your compliment on the images of me thru the years. In some ways, it was a challenge to put them out there.

You always look wonderful and do not look your age. I believe your mental attitude contributes to that also. How many people your age are working on building an online business? Maybe that is in your genes, also.

Yes, acceptance of oneself as we do what we know to do play a huge part in our appearance.

Appreciate your comment.


10 Olga Hermans January 25, 2012 at 11:04 am

HI Pat; so much great information! I started brushing my skin a few days ago and it feels so good. Plus the necessary supplements of course. But, yeah I wished I had taken better care of my skin. It's never too late though, thanks!!

11 Pat Moon January 26, 2012 at 8:37 pm

Hi Olga,
Great to hear from you. I wish you beautiful skin!.

12 Lori January 24, 2012 at 9:05 pm

Thanks Pat! This is great information to know so I can take care of my skin.

13 Pat Moon January 25, 2012 at 8:41 am

Lori, thanks for stopping by. It’s never too late to start taking care of your skin.

14 Andrea Beadle January 24, 2012 at 6:22 am

Thank you for the tips Pat. The ladies in my family have always enjoyed very youthful skin but as I get older I should think a bit more about taking more care of it!

15 Pat Moon January 24, 2012 at 7:52 am

Andrea, you are correct. As we get older, we can no longer assume our skin will age youthful! It is interesting, my mother-in-law has always taken good care of her skin. She is now 96 years old and no one can believe she is that old. They will guess that she is maybe 80 if that. I have to admit I was in my 40’s before I started being faithful about my skin care. Even now I sometimes am lazy about it for a night or two but do usually do my daytime cleansing and moisturizing. It is worth it.

16 MarVeena January 23, 2012 at 9:32 pm

Thanks for all the ideas Pat, some times I forget the skin is the biggest organ in the body. We don;t always give it proper respect!

17 Pat Moon January 24, 2012 at 7:46 am

MarVeena, Yes, we should treat our skin with respect! Thanks again for stopping by.

18 Sarah January 20, 2012 at 9:18 pm

Thank you for all the tips on which vitamins are beneficial!

19 Pat Moon January 21, 2012 at 9:41 am

Hi Sarah, I’m glad the vitamin tips for your skin are beneficial for you. Thanks for stopping by!

20 Susan Myers January 20, 2012 at 5:31 pm

Thanks for sharing this information Pat.  Your skin is so important to take care of!

21 Pat Moon January 21, 2012 at 9:39 am

You are right, Susan. Your skin is very important. After all it is the largest organ of the body! Thanks for the visit!

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