Dr. Oz: How to Make Your Skin Look 7 Years Younger in Just 7 Weeks
"How would you like to begin the New Year by taking 7 years off your age? That’s the promise we’re making today," states Dr. Oz as he introduces a 7-week, anti-aging plan created by the researchers and editors of Good Housekeeping magazine.
From the laboratories of Good Housekeeping, Dr. Oz tells viewers that over 400 anti-aging products tested by their researchers led to the creation of a 7-week plan to make women look 7 years younger using products and methods that removes fine lines and wrinkles, and makes age spots disappear..
“We’ve performed over 5 thousand lab tests to determine what works and what is just hype,” says Nina Judar, Beauty Director of Good Housekeeping. “The plan is easy to follow and it really gets results.”
With Dr. Oz is special guest Good Housekeeping editor-in-chief Rosemary Ellis who states that there are many anti-aging products out there that make outrageous claims―some of which work, but many do not. And, that the goal of Good Housekeeping was to rigorously test these products and provide The Good Housekeeping Seal to only those anti-aging products that help women look younger.
“We’ve pulled together all the information in different areas of your life that really makes a difference when it comes to anti-aging. It’s not difficult―it’s knowing the right things to do,” says Ms. Ellis.
A summary of just four of the anti-aging tips recommended by Good Housekeeping to make your skin look 7 years younger in 7 weeks are listed as follows:
Anti-aging tip #1: Use AHA Cleansers for Your Face
The first anti-aging tip recommended by Good Housekeeping involves skin care. According to guest expert Diane Berson, MD, a board-certified dermatologist, one of the biggest mistakes women tend to make with their skin care routine is cleansing their facial skin too roughly and too often. She states that if you wash your face in the evening before going to bed that you do not need to wash it again in the morning when you wake up―doing so, will only dry out the skin.
Her recommendation is that women wash their faces less often and use alpha hydroxyl (AHA) cleansers at night―and only at night―to cleanse their facial skin once a day. She explains that the various acids within the alpha hydroxyl cleansers work by exfoliating the skin and removing surface oils from skin pores for a once-a-day cleansing that will leave the skin with a healthy glow.
To find the right AHA cleanser, she tells viewers to look for ingredients that end in “–ic” like glycolic, salicylic, lactic and citric acid.