Dr. Oz Presents 3 Gadgets to Make You Look 10 Years Younger
Do you look older than you should? Well, according to Dr. Oz as he dispenses some common sense health advice to audience members on how they can not only be healthy, but look healthy as well, he and special guest Jennifer Jolly present three anti-aging gadgets that will make you look 10 years younger.
The Wrinkle MD kit
The Wrinkle MD kit is advertised as a hyaluronic filler patch system for reducing fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes. Using the Wrinkle MD involves placing a pair of hyaluronic acid-filled electrodes beside and below the eyes. According to Dr. Oz’s guest Jennifer Jolly, gadget expert and Tech Lifestyle editor at Tecca.com, when a button is pressed, hyaluronic acid is released from the electrodes and into the skin surrounding the eyes. “Hyaluronic acid is something that is used in injectable wrinkle fillers at the doctor’s office. This is one of the only ways that you can get it at home—and it’s good for crow’s feet,” says Ms. Jolly.
According to Dr. Oz, UV damage is the number one cause of crow’s feet and one of the reasons why people should apply SPF 30 rated sunscreen when outdoors—especially to the skin around the eyes.
The Illustrated Foam Roller
The illustrated foam roller is a study foam cylinder used for both strengthening your core muscles and as a massager. The illustrated foam roll has step-by-step instructions and illustrations printed directly on its surface to show you how to perform a perfect deep tissue massage and core workout. “This little gadget can be an absolute lifesaver, says Ms. Jolly. “You can use it to massage all the tight spots in your back, your legs, your neck and you can also use this trainer to strengthen your core.
According to Dr. Oz, strengthening your core is a good way to improve your posture. “Good posture lengthens your frame, stretches out your ligaments and improves blood flow. You look better and feel better,” says Dr. Oz.
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