Sick of looking “old”?
There’s a way to REGAIN your youthful appearance… and FEEL young again, too.
And this beauty secret dates back over 1,000 years – to the ancient Tang Dynasty of China.
It’s still used today, as it can DROWN OUT dryness… LOCK in moisture… BRIGHTEN dull and discolored skin… and even BOOST your brain.
It looks pretty funny… and it feels slimy…
But beneath that WEIRD exterior… you’ll find an anti-aging HERO!
Are you ready to find out what SMOOTHER, SOFTER skin feels like again?
Here’s what you need to know.
Shroom-based beauty trick
Snow fungus (Tremella fuciformis) is sometimes called a mushroom… but it’s actually a type of parasitic yeast.
Now, we’ve learned to FEAR anything that’s considered a “parasite”…
But this one doesn’t want to invade YOU.
Its preferred hosts are OTHER types of fungi.
That’s why practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine can use it SAFELY on humans…
And why it’s successfully been cultivated in China since the 1800s.
Some folks incorporate this delicacy into Chinese cuisine, particularly sweet dishes and drinks…
And when you eat this jelly-like substance, it can BOOST your skin hydration.
Because it turns out that snow fungus can hold 500 times its weight in water!
And it can help your skin RETAIN that moisture, too.
Well-hydrated skin, of course, is also softer… more supple… and more elastic.
One of ancient China’s greatest beauties (concubine Yang Guifei) credited her youthful appearance to snow fungus…
So, you’ll find it in several Asian skincare products, too.
It turns out it can PENETRATE your skin when applied topically…
And once it’s in there, this polysaccharides-rich antioxidant SCAVENGES free radicals… and reduces the heat and redness of inflammation.
Snow fungus can also BRIGHTEN your skin, as it’s been shown to INHIBIT the production of melanin pigment (which causes “age spots”) by nearly 60%.
It’s also shown great potential in fighting age-related neurodegenerative diseases – confirming its use for eons in TCM to “nourish the brain.”
You’ll find snow fungus – a.k.a. “silver ear mushroom” or “white jelly mushroom” – in a number of new, pricey skincare products and other cosmetics.
But you don’t have to raid your retirement funds in order to reap its benefits.
Look for it at your local Asian specialty market and in the supplement aisle of your local health food store.