Stacey, a viewer of the show, reached out to The Doctors because her wrinkles were driving her nuts. The Doctors sent her to meet with beauty expert and spokesperson for the beauty brand No7, Chi-Lan Lieu to see if she could help with her concerns. Stacey is the mother of two teenagers and says she’s a worrier, so it’s no surprise that she has wrinkles. She has tried many different products but nothing seems to have gotten rid of them, and wonders if injections are her only choice.
Chi-Lan tells Stacey it’s not the only option, since there is a brand-new product that might be exactly what she's been looking for. The No7 Laboratories Line Correcting Booster Serum is a targeted wrinkle solution that was so in demand when it was released in the U.K. there was a waitlist of over 17,000 people! Luckily, it is now available in the U.S. exclusively in Walgreens’ stores and on their website.
The serum is easy to use and should be added to a beauty routine that already includes a serum and moisturizer. It should be used day and night and applied directly onto wrinkles. In clinical studies performed by the brand, after 12 weeks this product showed a reduction in the appearance of wrinkles by up to 5 years!
Dermatologist and the beauty brand, No7, spokesperson, Dr. Sonia Batra is later joined in the studio by Stacey. Dr. Batra who has partnered with No7 shares some impressive before and after photos of women who have used the serum for 12 weeks. Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon asks Dr. Batra why she thinks there is such a demand for this product.
Dr. Batra shares that the product has a higher concentration of powerful anti-wrinkle peptide technology. It allows the skin to recover key properties and components that are lost in the aging process that give rise to lines and wrinkles.
Dr. Ordon has a few tips on what we can all do outside of the beauty aisle to avoid making wrinkles worse. Keep away from these three skin-sabotagers:
Skin-sabotager #1: Squinting your eyes. Squinting while looking at the sun, your phone or computer can cause the muscles around the brows and eyes to contract which causes the skin to crease. Over time, collagen will break-down in these creases and wrinkles will become even deeper and more fixed.
Skin-sabotager #2: Sleeping on your stomach. Pressing your face into a pillow puts you at risk of developing forehead wrinkles.
Skin-sabotager #3: Pursing your lips. Say sayonara to straws. Using them increases wrinkles around your mouth.
Dr. Batra adds that a lifestyle including plenty of hydration, rest, activity and a healthy diet will contribute to skin health.
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