Digital News Report – Doctor Oz and his audience took off their makeup today on his TV show to discuss anti-aging solutions. The women in the audience were a bit upset about taking off their makeup, but they also joked about it too. An overview of all the different kinds of wrinkles that can happen on your face was discussed on the ‘Dr. Oz Show’ and later solutions were suggested that could keep you looking younger.
Paula Begoun the “Cosmetics Cop” recommended a few over-the-counter (OTC) wrinkle treatments that can be helpful at reducing the appearance of wrinkle and age spots on the face. The first product she recommended was a topical cream that contains retinol, which is the ingredient that fights wrinkles. She said retinol would lessen the appearance of wrinkles. The product should not be exposed to the air such as in a jar. One product that she recommended was Skin Ceuticals, which sell for around $59. The second product she recommended was for fading age spots, which are caused from the sun. The age spot lightening cream she recommended is called Philosophy Miracle Worker Dark spot Corrector that contains nutrients that might help.
The guest skin doctor today suggested a few cosmetic surgery procedures and prescription creams for anti-aging wrinkle and age spot solutions. For the wrinkles in the face, there is such a thing that is nicknamed a vampire facelift that costs $800 – $1200 per session. To fade age spots, she recommended Elur Advanced Lightening Cream. Another solution for fading age spots is a Clear+brilliant fraction laser treatment for dark spots, which can cost $250 – $500 per session.
Another interesting anti-aging solution Doctor Oz discussed on his TV show today was to eat Lingon berries or lingonberry because they have a high concentration of anti-oxidants.
Dr. Oz said they tasted like a cross between a pomegranate and a blueberry. Antioxidants can remove free radicals in the body.
Lingon berries come in jams that can be made into a smoothie. They demonstrated on the TV show how to make a lingonberry smoothie. In a blender, combine 1 cup of almond milk, 1 tablespoon of jam, and ice.
By: Robert Williams