Dr Oz: Probiotics For Glowing Skin
Many people aren’t afraid to put strange things on their skin in the name of beauty. But would you cover your face in yogurt? Dr Oz turned to Beverly Hills dermatologist Dr Harold Lancer. Dr Lancer has worked with celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Ryan Seacrest, and Victoria Beckham. Dr Oz was curious why probiotic-rich yogurt is the new go-to skin care secret.
Dr Lancer first explained that people like that it’s a treatment they can do at home. Plus, probiotic and prebiotic are terms that refer to “improving life” or making cells healthier and better. He claims that a yogurt facial is a treatment you can do at home to reverse aging. While there are numerous benefits to eating probiotics, there are several to applying them topically as well.
Dr Oz: Look Years Younger
Dr Oz: and Dr Lancer turned to a woman who admitted that she’s never really had to do much to her skin, but one day she started to notice discoloration, darkness, and bags under her eyes. She felt like she just looked tired overall and was hoping for a fix. Dr Lancer pointed out the different between the skin on her neck and the skin on her face and chest. He explained that because the neck is usually more hidden from sun exposure, it’s a sign that lifestyle is partly to blame for the condition of her skin.
Dr Oz: Homemade Greek Yogurt Face Mask
Fortunately, Dr Lancer claimed to have the “magic formula” her skin needed. He combined the following three ingredients to make a face mask:
- 1 tbsp honey
- 1 C Greek yogurt
- 3 tbsp oats
Dr Lancer then applied the mixture in a circular motion all over her face. He suggested she leave it on for 15-20 minutes before wiping her face clean. He recommended she use the Lancer Polished Cleanser. Dr Oz also really likes Eucerin Advanced Repair.