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This premier anti-aging moisturizing cream contains one of the most powerful softening agents, Aloe Vera. It has been shown to attract and hold water on the skin, maintaining moisturization throughout the day. Even in the driest of the climates, Aloe Vera will keep the skin smooth and supple. Wild Mexican Yam Extract along with the other natural ingredients, have also been shown to reduce the effects of sun damage aging. Vitamin A and E are vital to maintain antioxidant protection of the skin. Our skin is constantly bombarded with damaging free radicals from the air and sun. Applying to areas where wrinkles appear will reduce lines due to sun damage and aging. Derma Youth is the answer! Preservative Free!

Water, Aloe Vera, Safflower Oil, Malic Acid, Panthenol, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Hyaluronic Acid, Wild Yam Extract.

Suggested Usage
Apply to areas where wrinkles appear. Wild Mexican Yam Extract combined with softening natural ingredients and sun block reduces the appearance of lines due to sun damage.

What is Derma Youth?
Derma Youth is an all natural skin conditioner and wrinkle remover, developed with the finest natural herbal ingredients.

Can it be used on all types of skin?
It can be used for oily or dry skin with equal effectiveness. It penetrates the skin and leaves no oily residue.

When do I use Derma Youth?
Derma Youth can be used in the morning before make-up and in the evening before bedtime to prevent lines and wrinkles and helps moisturize the skin.

Does Derma Youth have a sun block?
No ?when going out into the sun, you should use sun block. Derma Youth can be used after exposure to the sun to help prevent damage.

Is Derma Youth Hypoallergenic?
Yes, those who are allergic to common allergies can use it.

When should I see results?
Fine lines and wrinkles can minimize in 2 - 4 weeks. The skin will become moisturized immediately.


Aging is the decline in the efficiency of bodily functions. It is not considered to be an illness. The natural process of growing old is related to our biological clocks running down, and long term wearing out or abuse of the body. There are also complex interactions of genetic, metabolic, hormonal, immunological and structural changes at the organ, tissue and cellular levels.

Though a person's age may be counted in years, it is also counted in the physical complications of various body systems wearing out and producing physical complications. A person may remain in what is considered perfect physical health, but due to the built in biological clock, will not survive past the maximum limit of the body's biological clock-probably a maximum of 120 years with everything working correctly, and as possible being done to shorten this life expectancy.

At the present time there are over 35,000 Americans over the age of 100 with this number increasing all the time. Life expectancy has more than doubled in the last 200 years due to our understanding of sanitation, antibiotics, immunology, microbiology, and other breakthroughs in modern science. However, the quality of life of many over 65 is so poor that their last years are often lived with very little enjoyment. To extend our life expectancy and quality of life, it is necessary to do five things:

  • Eat a high complex carbohydrate, high fiber, low protein diet, low in fat, sugar, salt and processed foods.
  • Get adequate exercise.
  • Avoid as many toxins as possible.
  • Make sure your intake of all nutrients, especially the anti-radicals: vitamins A, C, E, and selenium, are at or above the R.D.A.
  • Learn what stress is and how to keep it low enough to keep from harming your health.

Aging is a natural process, which everyone experiences. Predisposing conditions, which may determine the course of one's aging process, are:

  • Built-in genetic program that limits the replicative life span of various normal body cells.
  • Postreplicative senescence: occurrence of alternations in cells is no longer capable of mitotic replication and therefore are no longer able to compensate for deficiencies in cell numbers, structure, or function.
  • Declining autoimmune system.

Signs & Symptoms:

  • Incontinence
  • Accidental falls
  • General loss of balance
  • Deteriorating vision such as presbyopia, cataracts, and glaucoma
  • Deteriorating hearing, such as otosclerosis
  • Deteriorating sense of taste
  • Deteriorating sense of smell
  • Decreased temperature sensitivity
  • Hypothermia
  • Skin disorder such as senile purpura, itching, and loss of elasticity
  • Trigeminal neuralgia
  • Amyloid deposits
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Peptic ulcers
  • Contractures
  • Osteoporosis
  • Depression
  • Alzheimer's disease
  • Senility

Dietary Considerations:
A Dietary Goal Diet is an essential part of slowing the aging process as much as possible.

Related Health Conditions:

  • Alzheimer's disease
  • Cataract
  • Depression
  • Glaucoma
  • Hypothermia
  • Osteoporosis
  • Otosclerosis
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Ulcers
  • Eye disorders (presbyopia)
  • Senile dementia
  • Trigeminal neuralgia

Nutritional Supplements:
Multi-Vitamins + Minerals

Omega-3 Fatty Acids:
1 to 2 at beginning of each meal. This product should contain at least 15 I.U. of vitamin E per capsule.

Vitamin A:
15,000 to 30,000 I.U.

Beta Carotene:
50,000 I.U.

Vitamin B-2:
10 to 25mg. If you are getting in this in your multi-vitamin or in a B complex, you do not need to take extra B-2 by itself.

Vitamin C:
1,000 to 3,000 mg. or as much as the bowel can tolerate within this range.

2,000 to 6,000 mg.

Vitamin E:
400 to 800 I.U.

100 to 300 mcg

500 to 1,000 mg.

Germanium Sesquioxide:
25 to 150 mg.

All the above quantities are per day unless specified as per meal.

NOTE: The above is not listed as a formula that will stop you from aging, but only as a help in case nutritional deficiencies in these areas are increasing your rate of aging.

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