Have Great Skin with These 3 Anti-Aging Pills that Will Make You Look Younger
Is there such as thing as an anti-aging pill? According to Dr. Oz the answer is “yes” as he introduces to his audience 3 breakthrough anti-aging pills that he says will make you look younger from the inside out.
“Today you can pop a pill to look younger. I have 3 pills for 3 types of people. And the best part is that each one only costs about ten bucks for a month’s supply,” says Dr. Oz as introduces special guest Tess Mauricio M.D. a dermatologist who tells viewers that pills today can offer a natural and healthy way to combat aging from the inside that cannot be achieved by topical skin care creams applied from the outside of the body.
“As long as you are taking the proper guidelines as far as dosage, you’re making it human-proof with no errors,” says Dr. Mauricio.
The following is a summary of the 3 pills Dr. Mauricio and Dr. Oz say will help make you look younger:
Anti-aging Pill #1: Lipowheat
“Lipowheat is a true new breakthrough. It’s just entering the U.S. market,” says Dr. Mauricio who tells viewers that it has previously been used in Japan where it has proven to be safe.
When asked by Dr. Oz what kind of person would benefit from a capsule of Lipowheat, Dr. Mauricio tells him and the viewers that this is one that is good for people with dry, itchy skin.
“When we age, our skin becomes more dry. And with Lipowheat, basically it is the ultimate moisturizer from the inside out. What it does is that it basically makes the wrinkles look less noticeable, and also gives you that youthful healthy glow,” says Dr. Mauricio.
Dr. Oz explains that Lipowheat contains skin-restoring ceramides that help brings moisture from below the layers of skin to and through the layers of dry, wrinkled skin to restore lost moisture and give the skin a younger appearance.
“You are literally restoring some of that damaged barrier, rebuilding those cracks and refilling the wrinkles,” says Dr. Oz.
Lipowheat is available in a 350 milligram capsule form that is taken once a day in the morning.
“Some people can see a difference in as little as two weeks,” says Dr. Mauricio.
Anti-aging Pill #2: Collagen
“It’s for everyone who wants to slow down the aging process on the skin and want to decrease and prevent wrinkles. If you are in your 30s, this can really help you prevent wrinkles before they happen,” says Dr. Mauricio.
Dr. Mauricio tells viewers that collagen supplements work by stimulating fibroblast cells that are involved in the development of skin, hair and nails. By taking collagen in a pill, she states that it will make all 3 parts of the body more youthful appearing.
“You want to look for ‘Type 2 Hydrolyzed Collagen.’ You really want to look for the hydrolyzed collagen because all of the studies show that it is this hydrolyzed type that can give these kinds of effects,” says Dr. Mauricio. She tells viewers that the collagen pills come in 1,000 milligram doses and that you can take up to 6 doses a day beginning with a 2,000 milligram dose in the morning on an empty stomach.
Anti-aging Pill #3: PLE
PLE stands for Polypodium Leucotomos Extract and due to its skin-protecting properties from the outdoor elements such as sunlight, it is referred to as “sunscreen in a pill.”
“This is actually a game-changer,” says Dr. Mauricio. “What it is, is a super powerful antioxidant and it works like a force field protecting our skin from the natural ultraviolet radiation damage that it can do to our skin cells.”
Dr. Mauricio tells viewers that the correct dose to take of PLE is 249 milligrams about 20-30 minutes before going out into the sunlight.
“Still use your sunscreen, but the PLE will give you added protection,” says Dr. Mauricio who points out that one of the problems of sunscreen lotion is that it sweats or washes off when at the beach and requires repeated reapplication—which many people fail to do. In fact, some studies show that many people use the wrong kind of sunscreen when they do use it.
“People who take sunscreen have skin that looks roughly 24 percent younger,” adds Dr. Oz, who in the past has also recommended other relatively inexpensive ways toward maintaining younger looking skin.
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Reference: The Dr. Oz Show