Psoriasis, Eczema, Dermatitis, Rosacea?

Psoriasis, Eczema, Dermatitis, Rosacea?

June 03, 2019

Getting enough GLA can be challenging because the only human food to contain GLA is breast milk. After we are weaned we have to make GLA from the food we eat. People with skin disorders and women who have gone through menopause can not make GLA from the food they eat very effectively. And this inability to make GLA is the reason post menopausal women have dry, wrinkled skin lacking that youthful glow. GLA is not found in fish or flax seed oil and the highest source of GLA is found in borage oil.

Look for GLA SKIN OIL a liquid borage oil supplement. If you want to change the look of your skin quickly take the GLA Skin Challenge and eat 2 tablespoons of GLA per day and apply a small amount to the wrinkles on your face at bedtime. Your friends will be asking if you had “work done”!