What nutrient(s) so I can replace them back into my body to counter act this?
What are the nutrient(s) we lose as we age that results in this happening?
I take lots of nutrients, am very healthy, eat right, exercise, get the right amount of rest, don't do sun hardly.
I also put callogen and elastin and vitamin C and vitamin K cream, and vitamin E into my facial lotion (although it may help if I use my facial lotion every day. But I use it enough. I thought these nutrients would help applied to the skin; do they not soak into the skin? Because I'm still seeing the problem.
What will make them come back up (not be sunken/indented). I don't have dark circles (because of the vitamin K and good rest, etc., just the sunken part. No wrinkles (I'm sure this is because of the many nutrients and emollients).
I thought either a dermotologist or a nutritionist would know. I see this on many people - it's common. It's got to be some simple nutrient(s) that we can take so this will not happen. ICK!!!!!
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