Look 7 Years Younger In 7 Weeks With Elite Serum?
Dr. Oz and Good Housekeeping create the ultimate anti-aging manual
NEW YORK, Jan. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Mehmet Oz and The Good Housekeeping Seal have written the ultimate anti-aging manual. The fool proof plan to stop wrinkles in their tracks includes the use of an Argireline based eye cream such as SkinPro's Elite Serum. This eye cream is a topical anti-aging eye serum that treats fine lines, wrinkles, dark circles and puffiness. The peptide rich formula is delivered via an airless precision dispensing system, similar to that of a Botox needle. Elite Serum was first launched in 2009 but has been dominating the eye cream market following Dr. Oz's recent endorsement of peptide based eye creams.
In addition to eye creams with Argireline, there is another fool proof anti-aging plan that every consumer should try. Dr. Oz shared this guide with viewers, ending 2012 in the company of Good Housekeeping, teaching consumers 'How to look 7 years Younger in 7 Weeks.' Good Housekeeping laboratories tested over 400 products, completing over 5,000 lab tests in order to find the best products that were worthy of the prestigious Good Housekeeping Seal. Good Housekeeping looks for products that actually do what they promise to do.
By following the '7 Years Younger in 7 Weeks' plan, Fern reduced her fine lines by 18%, Kathy saw a 35% improvement in age spots and Tessa's skin texture was smoothed by an astonishing 33%. Dr. Oz reports that the three women lost a total of 17 lbs.
So what exactly is the 'plan?' It's rather simple and it consists of several different aspects, cleansing habits, eating healthy, changing the way one sleeps, mild exercise before bed and an anti-aging supplement.
1. Eat foods such as yellow peppers, eggs, barley and whole grains and salmon.
2. Cleanse face once daily with a glycolic, salicylic, lactic or citric acid based cleanser.
3. Anyone sleeping on their sides or stomach should sleep on their back.
4. Mild exercise before bed will help transition into a sound sleep.
5. Anti-aging supplement called pycnogenol. Pycnogenol is a natural extract from pine bark and has skin smoothing and plumping properties.
Looking young certainly takes effort and requires proactivity in more than just one aspect, but with dedication, consumers are just 7 weeks away from looking 7 years younger.
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