Dr Oz: Sleep on Your Back to Prevent Wrinkles
Dr. Oz is helping everyone look seven years younger by teaching people what they put on their skin and what they put in their stomachs will all have an affect on how they look. He even revealed sleeping on your side can cause more wrinkles than sleeping on your back. Keep reading for some even more surprising things, such as the benefits of pine bark supplements, that can help you look seven years younger.
Dr Oz: Pine Bark Supplement Pycnogenol Erases Wrinkles
Rosemary Ellis, editor-in-chief at Good Housekeeping, said that a supplement actually exists that can make you look younger and research has shown it to help make your skin look tighter and less wrinkled. Pycnogenol, which is made from Pine Bark extract, works to add moisture to the skin and help to plump it up, causing less wrinkles to form.
Ellis also shared that by taking the supplement three times a day, you will begin to see noticeable benefits in about 12 weeks. Pina LoGiudice, a naturopath, added that Pycnogenol sends a message to our cells to double the amount of antioxidants, smooth out wrinkles and hydrate the skin, leaving it tight, glowing and, most importantly, wrinkle free.
Dr Oz: Pycnogenol Cream Vs Supplement Benefits
Dr. Oz wanted to go over the benefits of the Pycnogenol which are located below:
- No side effects
- Take 25 mg, up to three times per day with food
- Costs about $12 at health food stores
Dr. Oz also covered the Pycnogenol Creams and how they should be used and found in a store:
- Look for Pycnogenol or Pine Bark on the label
- Apply morning and night
- Costs about $20 at beauty supply stores
Dr Oz: 7 Years Younger: The Revolutionary 7-Week Anti-Aging Plan Review
You can find all of this advice and whole lot more in the book 7 Years Younger: The Revolutionary 7-Week Anti-Aging Plan. It was written by the editors of Good Housekeeping and is filled with advice to help you look younger.