Father Time can be cruel.
You can be the perfect picture of health… and feel like you did in your 30s… but there’s one “dead giveaway” that reveals your true age to the whole world.
No, it’s not the “salt” that’s been creeping into your dark hair.
It’s not even the reading glasses that have taken up residence in your pocket or purse.
It’s age spots.
Your dermatologist will tell you that the only way to get rid of them is with chemical peels and skin lighteners, uncomfortable laser treatments, or painful freezing therapies…
But I’m here to tell you that there’s something else that can make your skin as PERFECT as when you were younger.
And it’s as sweet and gentle as can be.
Get your ‘baby face’ back
Traditional Chinese Medicine has used the humble honeysuckle (a.k.a. Lonicera) for ages to suppress the flu and upper respiratory infections.
Even the ancient Greek physician and herbalist Dioscorides extolled the virtues of honeysuckle.
But behind those beautiful spring blooms lies ANOTHER healing secret…
One that can help you achieve eternal youth.
Because honeysuckle can make age spots DISAPPEAR.
And you can get back to LOOKING as young as you FEEL.
Age spots occur when inflammation causes an excess production of melanin.
And those two points of attack are exactly how honeysuckle CLEARS your skin of those unsightly marks.
In a 2015 study, Korean researchers found that this depigmentation action of was a direct result of a compound found in the essential oil extract of Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica), called sweroside.
Honeysuckle extract has also proven to be a powerful scavenger of free radicals.
And because freckles form by essentially the same process, folks have used honeysuckle for eons to keep their faces fair-skinned and freckle-free.
You’ll find lots of different herbs included in over-the-counter skin lightening cosmetics, but honeysuckle on its own will do the job.
And for a lot less money.
Concentrated honeysuckle is available in supplement form as an essential oil or an easy-to-swallow capsule (sometimes labeled by its Chinese herb name, Jin Yin Hua).
You can also drink honeysuckle tea.
It’s a lot easier than picking a handful of honeysuckle leaves and flowers and soaking them in water overnight… like the Brits, Scots, and Irish used to!