Drop a Decade from your face – Dr. Oz


Apply vitamin E and vitamin C topically to your face with your moisturizer.

Use micro derma abrasion brush 3-4 times a week depending on how sensitive your skin is.


What to look for in a facial moisturizer

Vitamin A:

Vitamin A compound retinol has shown the most promise for temporary wrinkle reduction.

Synthetic hydroxy acids:

are commonly found in moisturizers as well; they’re meant to exfoliate dead skin cells and trigger new skin cell growth

Soy compounds:

may even out skin tone and build collagen fibers that give skin its smooth texture.

Vitamin C

is also thought encourage collagen production, although it doesn’t interact well with vitamin A (which retinol is derived from).


So, you want retinal, collagen boosting ingredients, non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores), anti-oxidants mostly. These ingredients will prevent your skin from aging too fast and ALWAYS wear sunscreen whether it is winter or summer.