As we age, most of us see ourselves as still being around 35 years old. Researchers found that people over 70 years old feel 13 years younger. When very healthy and active, the gap between subjective age and actual age was even wider1.

Looking in the mirror tells its own story

My moment of truth
was not looking in a mirror but at a photo

For decades, I looked younger! So, it came as a bit of a shock to see my wrinkled lower face in a photo taken in 2013. I stood by for a while accepting the inevitable but then I knew I had tools in my Reflexology kit and that I could do something about it naturally and researched these possibilities. Today my face is much fresher, younger looking and more radiant than five years ago. AND I want to share that knowledge with you!

Over a lifetime cell renewal slows down and cell health is compromised. There are many factors that come into play in how our cells behave.

We are born with our genetic coding, however, we can mostly control our lifestyle. The imprint of these factors is visible on our faces and skin.

Products applied to our skin influence how the skin ages. Some stay on the surface of the skin and age it prematurely whilst others help cell health2.

We all wish to look fresh, rejuvenated and more radiant.

From The Natural Facelifter

The online workshop teaches simple techniques to use at home.

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  1. The New York Times (2008). Getting old but still feeling young. Retrieved from
  2. Renu Advanced Skin Care. Retrieved from