The Doctors: New Wrinkle Busting Solutions

Dr. Andrew Ordon: Wrinkle Fighting Foods

Sweet Potatoes

Dr. Andrew Ordon said not to feel guilty about indulging in Sweet Potatoes over the holidays. One Sweet Potato has more than 400% of your body’s daily needs for Vitamin A, and 40% of your needed Vitamin C, which fight free radicals and wrinkles. He did suggest laying off the brown sugar and marshmallows.

Winter Squash

Winter Squash is also a great source of Vitamins A & C.

Tumeric

The spice Tumeric can prevent sun-related skin damage.

Salmon

Omega 3s in salmon moisturize your skin. One study found that eating just 5 ounces of salmon per week can lower your risk of precancerous skin lesions by 30%. Salmon is an antioxidant that is important for tissue elasticity.

The Doctors Xeomin

Dr. Andrew Ordon & Dr. Neil Sadick shared a new innovation in wrinkle treatments.

The Doctors: Xeomin Wrinkle Product

Dr. Andrew Ordon & Dr. Neil Sadick were joined by patient Valerie. They discussed a new wrinkle busting product called Xeomin that is similar to Botox. Dr. Neil Sadick said that the difference with this product is all proteins are removed from this product, which theoretically means less chance for adverse effects.

Both doctors agreed that, although the product was new, they liked the results they had seen so far. I’m still not in a rush to have poisonous needles jabbed in my face. Valerie said she works in a salon and hates seeing her wrinkles in the mirror at work all day.

The Doctors TV Show: Xeomin Review

Dr. Neil Sadick said there are about three million anti-wrinkle treatments performed in America each year. He added that this treatment lasts about as long as Botox, so it should last about 12 to 16 weeks. It also takes between two and seven days to see the results of the procedure.

Dr. Andrew Ordon shared some before and after pictures of another patient who was treated with Xeomin.

The Doctors: Park Avenue Prescription Review

For the needle averse, Dr. Neil Sadick shared his own skin care product that you can use at home. It is the Sadick Dermatology Group’s Park Avenue Prescription. It consists of three components.

First, there is a morning protection cream to hydrate and prime your skin. There is also an evening serum for anti-aging, featuring retinol and peptides. Lastly, there is a nighttime rejuvenation cream.

He said it is available at Sephora, but everyone in the audience received Park Avenue Prescription free. You can click here to purchase Sadick Dermatology Group Park Avenue Prescription.

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Pat Howard is a writer from St. Louis. He was born with a remote control in his hand, and is grateful to finally have a haven at Recapo for his pathological love of daytime television.

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