Anti Aging Tip You won’t Believe

Anti Aging Tip  You won’t Believe


Hey there! It’s Christy with Go See
Christy Beauty Boutique and we just finished our three-part video series on
how to take care of your eyelash extensions so that they last longer. So
if you didn’t catch that, click the link below, and you can find that three-part
video series. So now we are going into our Anti-Aging Series. So, a lot, there’s a
lot of information out there on how you can slow down the aging process of your
skin by using anti-aging products to reduce the fine lines and wrinkles. There
are also a lot of information out there on what specific foods that you can eat
to slow down the aging process from the inside out at a cellular level. So, let me
first explain to you how the aging process works so I can explain to you
the last tip on an anti-aging-, that usually is not talked about too much, but
it is just as important. So hang on with me towards the end where I explain the
ONE tip that most people forget about, or they don’t even know about, that can help
you with anti-aging, not only in reducing the appearance of fine lines and
wrinkles in the skin, but also in your overall aging process of the body so
hang on till the end with me, okay? We’re going to be talking about A-G-E’s and how
that affects the aging of your skin in your 20’s, your 30’s, your 40’s, and your 50’s.
So first, A-G-E stands for: Advanced Glycation End-products. And so what that
is, is, that accumulates over time in our bodies. And what these A-G-E’s do is that
it causes the protein that we make on our skin to lose its elasticity, its
buoyancy, its bounciness, its plushness, and it starts to get stiff. And you start
to have irregular striations in your skin, which we know as fine lines and
wrinkles, and also we start to see uneven skin tones and age spots as we age. But
did you know that you can prevent a lot of that the younger that you are? So
we always talk about anti-aging skin care products. What you can apply ON your
skin, and the FOODS that you can eat, so that what you can put into your body. So
A-G-E’s have been linked to degenerative disorders in the body, in your skin, as
well as diseases and disorders of your entire body.
For example: A-G-E’s, there’s a higher amount of A-G-E’s with people who have Diabetes,
and it accumulates over time. So obviously the older that you are, the
more A-G-E’s can accumulate in your body. So A-G-E’s not only are correlated with
body diseases and disorders, they’re also correlated with skin diseases and
disorders, such as Acne, hyperpigmentation, Psoriasis, Eczema, Rosacea, and even skin
cancer. So how it affects the skin is Collagen production is affected by these
A-G-E’s. So, A-G-E’s cause the major skin proteins,
you know, namely Collagen, to break down, become stiffer, and cause irregular
striations on the surface of the skin, which would be the fine lines and
wrinkles. Now glycated Collagen can be formed as
early as in your 20’s. A lot of it does depend on how you take care of your skin,
what environmental pollutants, or how much Sun that you’ve gotten, how
stressful your life is, and your diet. But it has been shown, studies have shown
that it has formed as early as in your 20’s. And it starts to accumulate every
year. Now some research has shown that glycated Collagen can accumulate at a
rate of 3.7% annually. And has also shown that we, the
glycated Collagen can increase up to 30- to-50% by the time we as humans
are 80 years old. So like I mentioned before, so
glycated Collagen leads to stiffness of the skin, it also starts to show up as
sagging of the skin. So, what this looks like of aging in your 20’s, your 30’s, your
40’s, and your 50’s, is if you start to look in the mirror, and in your 20’s, you may
start to notice really tiny fine lines that show up when you make an expression,
like being surprised, or furrowing your brows, or smiling. But as soon as that you
go expressionless, they disappear. Then in your 30’s, what you may start to notice is
these tiny little changes again where you had really small fine lines in your
20’s, now they’re a little bit noticeable. And then from your mid-30’s into your
latter 30’s, some of you may have noticed that those fine lines, some of them have
turned into very, very small wrinkles. Then in your 40’s,
now what happens, namely to women, is that the hormones start to become irregular.
And so once you put hormones into play, what can happen to some people is,
obviously, they can experience midlife Acne. And the other side of it is, women
will start to find, or notice, not only are they getting more noticeable fine
lines, and those other fine lines that have now turned to wrinkles, is they have
now noticed some formations of age spots on their skin. And finally in your 50’s.
So when women get into their 50’s, what happens is the Estrogen production
starts to go, starts to actually decrease. So then what happens is
Estrogen helps produce the formation of new Collagen. So as the Estrogen levels
start to decrease, then women will now start noticing not only more fine lines
and wrinkles, because now their skin lacks the Elastin or the elasticity in
their skin, and also more age spots, especially if they’ve been out in the
Sun when they were younger, they’re getting more fine lines and wrinkles
because their skin is drier, but not only that. Some women will start to actually
experience or notice more sagging, sagging skin. So, this is more and more
accumulated A-G-E’s. Okay, so for those of you who are still with me towards the
end here, I’m finally going to tell you the ONE anti-aging tip that you may not
believe, and that is: COOKING. How you cook your food. So these tips will actually
reduce the amount of A-G-E’s in your body. So listen to these cooking tips and
maybe you can start to do these along with the foods you already eat and the
anti-aging products that you put on your skin. Now so for those of you who are in
your 20’s and 30’s, you ca-, the earlier you start, because remember, A-G-E’s can
accumulate over time, if the earlier you start the younger your skin will look
when you finally do start to get to that aging process because now it’s not only
about the stress, and the Sun damage, and the foods that you eat, it’s also the
hormones that affect your skin. So if you can prevent that and prolong the effects
of the A-G-E’s, the better it is. In your 40’s and your 50’s, you can still prevent a
future accumulation of A-G-E’s through the way that you cook your food. Now
almost all foods have some sort of A-G- E’s in the foods. Now ultimately, the
ideal way is, they said to reduce the amount of A-G-E’s in your bodies is to
eat lots of fruits and vegetables, and preferably eat them raw, as well as nuts.
But that’s not always idealistic for everyone to eat a raw diet. So here are
some cooking methods that you need to introduce or increase as well as some
other cooking methods that you want to reduce. So here are some anti-aging tips
from in the kitchen, and this does NOT mean that you’re going to actually make
these skincare products in your kitchen. So the first one is: Use a slow cooker
more often, but on low-to-medium heat. So obviously, just like the slow
cooker, it cooks your food slowly. Avoid excessive browning or excessive heat. So
the reason why they recommend doing slow, a slow cooker is because it’s cooked
over a longer period in lower heat. So the more higher the heat is, the more it
increases the A-G-E’s in your food. Boiling your food, steaming your food,
poaching your food, those are all ways that you can REDUCE the amount of A-G-E’s in your foods. Now, again, we talk about excessive heat that INCREASES the
amount of A-G-E’s in your food, so that would mean frying, broiling, roasting, and
grilling. Another tip is marinating your meats in lemon juice or vinegar, and that
also reduces the amount of A-G-E’s in your foods. It softens, or tenderizes the
protein so there’s less cooking time. And of course, limit eating high fatty meats,
high fatty foods, processed foods, and full fat dairy products. And the foods
that you can cook, you want to introduce more ANTI-glycation foods. So for example:
Foods that are high in Vitamin A and Beta-Carotene. So that would be carrots,
pumpkin, kale, spinach, and cantaloupe. Also introducing foods that are high in
Vitamin C, so such as: Brussel sprouts, broccoli, citrus fruits, those all have
high in Vitamin C. So foods high in Vitamin E, such as: Carrots, olive oil,
oats, and tomatoes. So if you can help to remember, I did this in another video on
how you want to look for anti-oxidants in skincare, think of the ACE Bandage, so
that’s the same with foods. You want to look for foods that are high in Vitamin
A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E. Okay, so the next one is Bioflavonoids. So
Bioflavonoids basically help increase the efficacy
and the absorption of Vitamin C, namely. So Bioflavonoids are found in berries,
dark chocolate, and sea buckthorn. Now the other one is called Polyphenols, and
Polyphenols come from plants. And that’s what makes the plants green, it gives it
that green color. And they also help oxidation, so it’s an anti-oxidant. And
foods that contain a high amount of Polyphenols is, again, berries, dark
chocolate, but also teas, both black tea and green tea. Obviously green tea has a
higher amount of Polyphenols because o-, because of its green color. So, that’s why
I wanted to discuss with you, today, the anti-aging in your 20’s, your 30’s, your 40’s,
and your 50’s. So a lot of times the myth is, is that you don’t need to start
dealing with anti-aging in your 20’s because you’re too young. But really, if
you are eating foods that are high in sugars, and also the way that you cook
your meats in the higher temperatures, the earlier you start eating that way,
the faster you are going to cause an increase in A-G-E’s in your bodies, which
then ages not only your body but also your skin. So, the three ways that you can
attack the aging process in your body is the first one, obviously, is what you eat,
because that is stemming from the root of how, you are what you eat, so your skin
cells and your proteins in your skin is made up of what you eat. So what you eat,
how you cook your food, as well as the anti-oxidant products that you use on
your face. So thanks again for watching! And once again, if you want to watch that
video on how sugar actually ages your skin FASTER and how you can prevent it,
click the link below. Thanks for watching guys!

98 Comments

  • Go See Christy says:

    Did you know that this TIP is just as important as WHAT you put on your skin? I don't know why most people don't talk about this one. Maybe because it isn't as "glamorous"? What is your go to anti aging tip? Is it a food? Is it a product? Is it a service?

  • Leanne Weaver says:

    Love the cooking tips Christy! Looking forward to the rest of the anti-aging series ๐Ÿ™‚

  • caty2ful says:

    Hi Christy, Iยดve been using retin a for more than one year now, but it always gives me small pimples, bumps on the skin after two days of using it…Then I have to use something to dry them, so I can use retin a only for one time a week, but even so it will give me pimples all the time…What should I do? I tried to use something under, but it still happens. Any idea why this happens?

  • AccordingToAlly says:

    Great video & lots of good information. Never thought about how the way I cook can effect my skin and agin.. interesting! Thanks for sharing, looking forward to more content from you!

  • Lex Ferrante says:

    Oh man!! Iโ€™m a sucker for good bbq! I had no idea about this. Great video Christy!

  • Kylie Carlson says:

    I guess my anti aging tip would be to drink plenty of water and to take your makeup off at the end of each day and apply some cream ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Do Life Healthier says:

    Really great video! I am all about healing and being healthy from the inside out so food it my go to!!

  • Yogini Angelina says:

    Great video Christy!!! I love your voice.

  • Abbi Winslow says:

    Great tips and explanation on anti aging!

  • Lucy Griffiths says:

    You look fab lovely! Nice content!

  • Kelly Roach says:

    Awesome tips! Never would have thought food influences aging. I love love love water as a way to keep my skin refreshed!

  • Victoria Nicole says:

    Eating the right food are very important for your skin and anti aging

  • Barb Duffey says:

    The age U talk about is a lot younger than I am . So what about 74 year old. Females?

  • Barb Duffey says:

    I clean my face with Coconut oil baking soda mix together. She and I used to rock this wrinkle repair. Lots of sunscreen

  • Bahama Jim says:

    Top looks great

  • Surya S. says:

    You're videos are much better than so many stylish and trendy ones

  • Suzi Hazlove says:

    Wow… thank you!!! ๐Ÿ’ž tomatoes high in E???? WOW

  • Linda Pesnell says:

    โค๏ธ Thank You โค๏ธ

  • Anjim Sabiha says:

    How old are you my dear? Thereโ€™s a big reason behind why Iโ€™m asking this. So plz let me know ? And Iโ€™ll tell you why I asked this in the first place

  • Barbara Stahl says:

    Youโ€™re my new favorite you tuber

  • zar far zar says:

    Plz talk more abt the remedies nd the products. this is more like a lecture on aging nd the different stages

  • Sevda Mansirova says:

    Love your videos! Many thanks ! One secret of aging is full fat / cream , full fat meet. Fat helps to digest protein considering there no sugar added. Semi skimmed milk raises insulin , and no nutritional benefits . Obviously all of it should be organic.

  • Carpe Diem says:

    I'm not the type who likes drinking water BUT I "eat" water in the form of succulent fruits and vegetables like cucumbers, watermelons, cantaloupes, grapes, mandarin oranges, etc. I'm fortunate to live in an area where there's Aldi grocery store that has fruits and vegetables on loss leader sales weekly.
    Personally, I don't believe drinking 8 glasses of water a day is good for all people, it's not one size fits all kind of thing since people have different sizes and activities that some may require more, others require much less. Overall, I listen to my body on how much water I need.

  • Anne Kristin Torkelsen says:

    I love love this , I have always said that food is very important for your skin . Healhy food .. I drink smoothies every day

  • Southern Bird says:

    So i guess the saying "you are what you eat" is true.

  • Faith Navasca says:

    Christy, I love your videos! Such very useful information. I will certainly be changing how I cook and eat my foods. I'm glad that you are teaching me that it's not just about the products that I use, it's really about a healthy lifestyle from the inside out. By the way, you look fabulous!!!

  • Juditty says:

    How about air fryers? I am guessing that is high heat?

  • Gia Khan says:

    I would like to know how old are you? You look pretty good. I know Asian women take good care of themselves. I hope you're are naturally beautiful. Unfortunately as soon as I Subscribe to a YouTube videos I will eventually find out that the person will do filler and all sorts of face lifts. My interest is in natural beautu!!!

  • TheWholeShabang says:

    Well I'm going to look old asf cause I love bbq, chicken etc etc

  • Mary Donovan says:

    Do you have fillers

  • mobutzdakota60 says:

    Just found you and so informative! Thank you so much

  • Cindy Layton says:

    Hi Christy, I bought collagen 1,2and 3 tablets. What do you think of these tablets? Do they work or did I waiste my money? I am 53 years old. I'm loving your shows.

  • Sheila Ann Striga says:

    Go vegan and look younger..whole food plant based diet ..

  • Jennifer Miranda says:

    Interesting. Besides marinating food in lemon, I also use papaya to tenderize the meat. And yes, slow cooking is so good. I own two slow cookers, so I can make a whole meal without waiting for hours to start the other dish. It might sound silly but it's good in the end.

  • ajitha vuchula says:

    Can u please make a video on which skin care products or ingredients should be used for hyper pigmentation,anti aging,too dry skin,wrinkles at 25 years age

  • Selina Li Beauty says:

    I'm noticing some AGEs signs near my mouth on one side, and when I smile it's very noticeable with multiple lines parralel to eachother, not the typical one line nasolabial fold. :,(

  • Kelly L says:

    Is it healthy to take estrogen pills to help out my skin? Iโ€™m 37 and notice light wrinkles but I want to start really taking of if this. Thx!

  • Arica says:

    Be more specific about skin per nationally as you already know this information pertaining to โ€œagingโ€ doesnโ€™t apply to everyone as a whole. Thanks for sharing

  • Mz.Melodicious says:

    Hi Dr. ๐Ÿ˜‰ i love your videos!
    I really feel like you are much more honest with your viewers than alot of the other derms here on you tube. So i wanted to, first & foremost, applaud you for your honesty. ๐Ÿ‘ and…the other thing i wanted to tell you, it might be a little off topic?? Lol. But you might find pretty interesting too…Idk, i guess we'll find out. ๐Ÿ˜ So…i often find myself watching you tube videos at night with the volume down & the captions on. I like to watch videos on my phone as im laying in bed. Im a bit of an insomniac and this helps me relax & fall asleep a little faster. My bf however, usually falls asleep almost as soon as his head hits the pillow, and i dont want to disturb him. (Therefore, CAPTIONS it is! ๐Ÿ˜‰) My point is, just to let you know that you have the nicest, clearest, most perfect manner of speech out of everyones videos that i watch on you tube! The captions NEVER get messed up on your videos! Lol on almost everyone elses videos that i watch, i guess theyre all so lazy with their manner of speech, that they tend to run words together and they dont speak clearly enough for the captions to be able to make out what theyre saying, so it will usually malfunction and print words that dont belong. So when im trying to read along and follow the video, it dosent make sence! Whatever the captions say its usually not the same as what the video actually said. This gets on my nerves! Lol. Because It makes it so hard for me to follow the video! Ugh…i hate that. Lol. This never ever happens with your videos though! You speak so clearly and beautifully that the captions are always perfect every time and i can easily follow along and understand the video. So i wanted to thank you for that too! ๐Ÿ˜€ thank you for that, for your honestly, & for all the Great videos!Keep up the good work and ill keep watching! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜€ Xo๐Ÿ’‹

  • Luna Betul says:

    Lady please keep your videos short. 13 minutes is too long. Saying these as a feedback.

  • Zhenya McAllister says:

    Chlorophyll gives planst green color.

  • MARY TSANGARIDOU says:

    Thanks ,!! You are amazing ! exactly "you are what you eat "! and that applies for your skin too! not forgetting plenty of water with lemon for me

  • zohreh ghadery says:

    Great info .. Can you please make some videoes over rosacea on the face and how to cure that with different options .. ?? thanks

  • Lommy says:

    Anti aging videos always scare me.

  • raysofgreys says:

    Vegan 11 years, and nobody believes Iโ€™m 38. And Iโ€™ve spent my entire childhood & teen years in the sun, was never encouraged to drink water (old school parents fed us sweet artificial drinks – yuck), sunscreen was never even mentioned (just started using it last summer – oops), and Iโ€™m Caucasian, the bad wrinkly prone of our kind, lol. You are what you eat, thereโ€™s just no way around that! ๐Ÿ™‚ Plus, google the effects of the stress you take on from the dead animals you ingest (the fear & pain of the animal being slaughtered is directly transferred to our bodies, causing all sorts of mental & physical health issues)… Good luck! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • samira ly says:

    So glad I found your channel, so informative, new subscriber

  • Magd. S. says:

    What about my sixties..not interesting anymore ??? Believe me, with the 66 years I have am always interested still in looking good….yes, more difficult however, we have to stay alert to have a young and fresh outlook…so…why forgetting the women over sixty, may I ask ???

  • Desiree Mia says:

    Hey there. Thanks for the info. I have a really good anti age tip. Do not use anything abrasive to dry your face after you've washed it. Let your skin dry natural. It's better for your products to be applied while skin is still wet as it helps to absorb better into the skin when skin is wet. Same for lotions to the body as well as body spray and perfumes, they will absorb better into the skin and last longer on the skin. Also, a really effective anti aging routine is enzyme masks/peels. This is very effective and the cell turn over rate is much faster with consistent usage of enzyme masks. It fills lines unclogs pores and smooths texture, just gives an all over brighter Glow to your skin. Papaya or pumpkin enzymes , I find work best for all ages. What are you thoughts on this? Please and thank you

  • Lommy says:

    You are super knowledgable and your videos are a treasure

  • Michele Cruz says:

    What wld u suggest for verticle lines around lips, BUT no fragrance or masking fragrance or formaldehyde? It cld be auto-immune related. Top lip lines were gradual but bottom lip lines just full blown showed up-frustrating

  • Julie Swaney says:

    #Goseechristy skin care quiz link not working! I'm loving ALL your videos!

  • Ashley d says:

    Great viedo .. if you could put some serums and creams in the description as per your topic , would be great . I have seen AGE serum in a clinic by Alumier MD . So putting that will help ? Thanks

  • Michelle D says:

    Hi Christy! I live in LA and was wondering where you spa/office is located?

  • Zainab Khan says:

    Can you please please make a video about hair care?Thank you

  • Patricia Renteria says:

    Only those vitamins A , C n E ? What about the rest of vitamins and minerals amino acids and Fatty acids they are important too

  • eemmee77 says:

    thank you from Kuwait x

  • Bushra Ali says:

    What r the easieast for aging solution cut it short

  • Nasima Bux says:

    Collagen which to buy please thks

  • mczg says:

    I'm 45… I get told I look 25 – 27.
    I eat bbq, high fats, berries, no other fruits. On occasion a salad. I am in Pathology, so I do my labs frequently. I'm in perfect condition.
    So, I honestly think it's all in your genetics.
    My mom us in her mid 80's & when she tells people her age they have a look of shock on their face.
    She gets told that she looks like she's in her late 50's early 60's.

    I also believe that being stress free is also a huge factor.

  • Epiphany says:

    Think rainbow colours & raw!!!! Also the power of Intention; mixing up your own oils.. grow your own veg but put seeds in your mouth for 5mins before planting so they will be atruned to your particular frequency & addtess your bodies needs.

  • Naina Rai says:

    Please suggest me best collagen supplement.

  • Kristina Antic says:

    Prevention is the key of everything, awesome video, so informative

  • mitziedoll says:

    What about microwaving food? Is heating oatmeal or steam in a bag veggies in the microwave worse than boiling?

  • carol villaflores says:

    Hi christy…new subscriber from canada…i found your video very interesting…and I agree to what you've said that what you put inside your body is important as what you apply on the outside…looking forward to more videos..

  • Jasmin Kim says:

    I like everything about you, your skin, your voice and your knowledge. I'm learning a lot from you. I'm 39 and my skin has changed a lot, so I really need someone to show me what to do like you. Many thanks

  • Melanie White says:

    I love the the cooking ideas!
    Now I would love it if you could explain the layers of basic skin care: Bare in mind I live in Florida! Please let know if I am doing the following correctly. Wash face, rosewater toner, hyloronic acid, vitamin C liquid, my doctor prescibes retin A at night, followed by moisturizer, eye serum, moisturizer, primer, finally foundation with sunscreen. Is this the correct sequence? Thank you!

  • cathryne stone says:

    Iโ€™m 70, what do I do?

  • Leah Miles says:

    I got a super bad breakout after I used retinol face wash for a little while along with hyaluronic acid serum and I got hormonal acne bad all the my face! Like tumors!! What did I do??

  • CLARA CUEVAS says:

    Hi Christy I am 56 yrs. old and in the last month I have a lot of itchiness on my eyelids as well as under eyes.
    I have some some dark circles but more puffiness. Is there anything you can recommend.

  • Dr. Pedersen says:

    Yeah put a little vinegar in your water – and use NUTRIBULLIT ๐Ÿ™‚

  • j Shugga says:

    Girl you are complete with regard to every detail! ๐Ÿ’—

  • July Seng says:

    Can you recommend product that work best for malasma? thank you.

  • Leah Wilson says:

    Love your videos but in the hyaluronic acid series you kept mentioning an occlusive agent is needed for it to work better and 2-3 times you said you would tell us what the occlusive agent is in a later video. I think you forgot. I went through all the hyaluronic acid videos and you mentioned an occlusive agent again is needed in the last video and you would tell us later but it ended and you never did and then you went to a new series on AGEs. Can you tell us what the occlusive agent is that can help the effectiveness of the HA?

  • Caroline Laronda says:

    Just cut sugar , dairy and fried foods . Buy organic meats and quality organic dairy if you crave the dairy. Quercetin is a great supplement if you buy in bulk a lil goes a long way lasts forever . Drink only water and add electrolytes and stay away from fake sugar like aspartame and opt for stevia or monk fruit .

  • Lady Frederick says:

    Eating vegan!!๐Ÿค—

  • Mila Rodriguez says:

    What about Instant cookers?

  • annie dixon says:

    Hi Christy, what do you think about progesterone cream for the skin, also what is the best body lotion for dehydrated skin

  • Ember Martin says:

    I'm an esthetician, and I'm a new subscriber. You are amazing! โค๏ธ

  • Shawn Dorsey-Stinson says:

    Great tip

  • joan baczek says:

    Tomato causes inflammation problems in some people like me

  • Lori Powell says:

    No reason given for not eating fatty foods and high fat dairy. Please explain, thank you.

  • Ivy Herz says:

    Very well explained! I know that I will improve my skin condition by using the tips from your videos ๐Ÿ™Œ Suscriber since last night from Bosnia&Herzegovina ๐Ÿ˜‡

  • Anne Ramirez says:

    Um… the main reason plants are green is CHLOROPHYLL . Just sayinโ€™.

  • sonia diaz says:

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  • Christine Angel Harris-James says:

    Intro too long

  • Jennifer Raymond says:

    Great advice!!! Thank you.

  • Ella Kaddouri says:

    Hi Christy, i just subscribed!! Love from the Netherlandsโ™กโ™กโ™ก

  • ooooozabogaaaa says:

    just a friendly constructiv criticism: pay attention to the audio peaks…. it translates into audio being distorted/ crackly.
    I really do like your videos, and they are VERY informative. Even though im not i nthe states, i can still use your tips, no matter the brand, which i love! ๐Ÿ™‚ So keep on making these awesome videos!!

  • Emily Alterio says:

    I never really applied moisturizers when I was young because my skin was SUPER oily…to the point where people thought I was sweating. So maybe that helped me out a lot due to my genes lol. However I do have fine lines by my eyes and I keep thinking I have lines on my upper lip but my family says there is nothing there. I'm insecure. So I'm wondering what I can use to reduce wrinkles. I use an oil ANF foam cleanser, then toner, then cosrx snail mucin essence, Missha Night repair Ampoule, Mizon Hylauronic Acid serum, sometimes I will also add ginseng serum. Then either Mizon eye repair or another eye specific cream. And then cosrx snail mucin 92 percent moisturizer or Klairs Vitamin e moisturizer. Sorry so long. I also use laneige roller as well. Thank you!!!

  • snoop snoob says:

    thanks,very informative video

  • snoop snoob says:

    love from Maldives

  • la pharmacie says:

    I learned about AGEs when learning about diabetes mellitus in my patho class, I knew glucose could bind to collagen but I never associated it with skin ageing

  • Mahtaba Khan says:

    Hi christi what about cooking in pressure cooker?

  • Semi Veg says:

    Chorophyll is the chemical that makes plants green, not polyphenols.

  • chovava bateman says:

    Are you saying that people older than 50's cannot benefit from eating a better diet as far as skin is concerned?

  • Megan Holliday says:

    You are so intelligent, you actually give me hope that I can turn my skin around without going bankrupt, thank you ๐Ÿ™ƒ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘.

  • fisherman's Daughter exploring the world sea says:

    I would like to send you a test to measures your omega3 levels can be very interesting. 90% of the population lacking omega3. Dr Paul Clayton Scientists and Nutritionists.

  • Auntie Rose says:

    Stir fry is Extreamly high heat cooking.

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