Dr Oz: Natural Anti-Aging Secrets
Doctor Oz shared Mood Booster Remedies, but once you are feeling happy, you want to look great too! You can look 5 years younger with products used all around the world. On today’s episode, Dr Oz takes you to Mexico, Ghana, India, and Egypt to give you their affordable and natural secrets on how to look younger.
Kristy, an audience member, told Dr Oz that she was always searching for ways to look younger because she was married to a guy that was 28-years-old.
(He was in the audience and looked slightly embarrassed.)
Dr Oz: Acerola Cherry For Sagging Skin
To combat skin that has lost elasticity, Dr Oz suggested Acerola Cherry, which comes in powder or capsule form. (Doctor Oz preferred the pill form) This is a common product in Mexico.
- Chew one capsule every other day
- $15 at vitamin stores
Kristy tried and said it was good. She could take it every other day. Dr Oz gave her the pill and promised her the entire bottle after the show.
Dr Oz: African Black Soap for Dry Skin
Dryness is a common issue with skin, especially in colder climates. Facial dryness can make your skin look dull, which makes you look older. Kristy said that she had dry skin and wanted hers to look more hydrated. She drank a lot of water, but her skin was still dry.
African Black Soap. This product is made from plantain skins and is common in Ghana. It is a natural source of vitamin A, D and also contains fats to help soothe the skin. Use this product every few days. Purchase this product at health stores.
Dr Oz: Cucumber Skin for Wrinkles
In India, cucumber skins were used for wrinkles. Cucumbers contained silica, which helps to hydrate the skin. Eat one cucumber (with the skin) per day.
Dr Oz: Frankincense Oil for Age Spots
In Egypt where there is a lot of sun, people use Frankincense oil to combat the sun exposure, especially in the hands. This product has been used for thousands of years. Use nightly before bedtime. It’s soothing and comfortable. Mix with almond oil so it’s not too tough on the skin. Purchase at health food stores for $4.