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Ease your aches and pains

Feeling your best can be difficult when you're grappling with the discomfort of ageing joints, resulting in aches and pains that can limit your mobility and hinder your overall well-being.

As the years pass, it's inevitable that joint movement becomes less fluid and more rigid. The decrease in lubricating fluid within joints and the thinning of cartilage contribute to this stiffness, while ligaments tend to lose some flexibility, further exacerbating the sensation of stiffness. Yet, despite these natural changes that come with ageing, there are proactive steps you can take to support your body as you navigate the challenges of growing older.

Stay physically active

With 70% of adults aged 50-80 experiencing joint pain it’s evident that you can't prevent the ageing process. However, you can certainly take measures to mitigate its effects on your joints and overall well-being. Regular physical activity plays a vital role in maintaining joint flexibility and reducing the discomfort associated with ageing joints. Gentle exercises like yoga, swimming, and low-impact aerobics can help enhance joint mobility while alleviating stiffness. Strengthening the muscles around your joints can provide additional support, helping to minimise strain on the joints themselves.

Your body but better

“I’ve been using Lumity for approximately 2 years and I absolutely love it. My skin, hair and joints feel and look great and I have so much more energy.”

- Jacalyn - Lumity Morning & Night customer

“I definitely feel more energised and my exercise level has gone up significantly. I recently attended a party where there were a lot of people I haven't seen for years. I received a lot of lovely compliments about how well (and youthful!) I looked. At 63 it boosted my confidence no end.”

Jan - Lumity Morning & Night customer

Lumity Morning and Night provides you with the right nutrients to fuel and look after your body as you age. The innovative softgels are packed with high quality Vitamin D to support normal calcium absorption, essential for maintaining strong bones and supporting optimal skeletal health, and Magnesium to support healthy function of bones and cartilage, all of which help to strengthen your joints and muscles.