Sagging skin? | TOP 5 Skincare tips to boost ELASTIN!

Sagging skin?  | TOP 5 Skincare tips to boost ELASTIN!

Everyone welcome back to my channel if you’re new here. My name is penny I am a master esthetician in Portland, Oregon and I’m excited that you’re here today you guys because we’re gonna talk about five things five Components to a skincare regimen that can make the most impact on our aging mature skin I will link studies in the description box. There will be a few pop ups. Of course. I’m back in my office I’ve got my computer here in front of me because I want to share with you some of this kind of exciting information That I feel like when used in concert Can really have a strong impact on our aging skin Now this video is in collaboration with my friend and from the channel and P makeup and more. You guys don’t know Annie I hope that you will click the link in the description box. There will also be a link in my first comment down below I hope you’ll check out her video. She Gives the most real-world down-to-earth advice for limit your woman I think that any of you who are of my age or older will appreciate her just real world Honest advice. I know I do not to mention if you are somebody like me that listens to YouTube in the car she’s a very soothing voice and it’s um one of those youtubers that I really like to listen to and not just watch but Listen to so if you’re one of those people you definitely want to check out her channel as well if you’re here from Anne’s channel I hope that you will consider sticking around because we talked about all kinds of skincare and some makeup around here as well But it’s just my jam. It is totally my jam So I put together a 5 component kind of regimen for you guys. This is not product specific I knew right away when we decided on this kind of topic that I wasn’t going to make it product specific I know that some of you out there are going to be looking for specific product recommendations I’m gonna put the things that I like in the description box But I’m not going to talk about them specifically in this video because that’s not what’s super important The processes are more important the way that I kind of came about this idea of doing this this way is The treatment room when I do a consultation with somebody that I am meeting for the first time, you know Of course, I have them fill out consultation forms, and then we sit and chat and I always ask people okay, give me the top two or three concerns, you know for your skin and Usually what people will say to me is that they’re concerned with you know, dullness maybe dehydration dryness lackluster skin hyperpigmentation But what I get all the time is sagging skin. I Hear that all the time from the ladies that I see that are my age and older they’re starting to notice or they are Definitely noticing sagging of the jowl area Maybe the neck area and that bothers them more than anything else and I’m curious if you feel the same way I completely get it We will talk and agree that a few fun lines Aren’t that big of a deal but when your face starts to look like it’s melting that ages you more than anything what I want to talk about and focus on you guys is sagging skin and So let’s get into it. First of all, it’s important to setup that We got to move out the old in order to reveal the new when we are children we turn over our cells so fast, it’s every few weeks two to three weeks, and we’ve got a new set of You know new set of skin looking out at the world. That’s why it looks so beautiful fresh plump bouncy it’s it’s brand-new skin every two or three weeks when we are little kids as We age by the time we’re fifty five to six weeks before it turns over it slows way down so we do things to encourage it to speed along like micro needling for collagen induction and you know, maybe Microdermabrasion stuff like that, but what you can do at home is number one You want to make sure that you are using alpha hydroxy acids? That is number one in this list of five and in particular I suggest glycolic acid, which is a small molecule That is going to give you the most bang for your buck the most Anti-aging but it is also more irritating then the other option my in my opinion which is lactic acid I love lactic acid if you’ve been here for a while, you know that it’s a larger molecule It is also a humectant and it’s just more gentle So if you’re new to alpha hydroxy acids, I definitely suggest that you consider lactic now both of these alpha hydroxy acids are going to do a similar thing and that they’re going to kind of Break down the glue between those dead cells that are just hanging out on the surface of our skin And once that happens those cells are able to lift off more easily Revealing something new beneath it Now the other thing that we don’t talk about very often is not only do we get that surface exfoliation but a signal is sent into our deeper skin layers saying hey produce more collagen and elastin and You know move some new stuff forward So it’s not just the getting rid of the old that we want to you know, expedite it moving along It’s the signal that is sent down deeper to produce more new. That’s super super important Now that’s number one alpha hydroxy acids number two in this Five-part regimen it’s going to be your vitamins now in particular vitamin A and vitamin C now vitamin A Of course is gonna be your retin-a. It’s gonna be your retinaldehyde It’s gonna be your retinol and for me, I’m loving retinaldehyde. I love it for many reasons I think that it is easy to get you don’t need a prescription It is less irritating than retin-a, but it is stronger than retinol It’s just a really wonderful form of the vitamin and I find that more people are able to tolerate retinaldehyde and get that dose of vitamin A now vitamin A helps with Remodeling the skin it also helps with collagen synthesis, which is huge. Of course, it also helps to retrain our cells To behave more properly to behave more like they are it is an essential vitamin in kind of this fight against aging if you will in our skin and I definitely suggest retinaldehyde now the other vitamin that is super important is vitamin C vitamin C when done Topically is an antioxidant, of course It’s going to help protect us against oxidative stresses, but it does more than that you guys it also does help Copper peptides, which we’re going to talk about in a minute to bind more tightly collagen strings so vitamin C does more than just produce a glow and Help to you know, protect us against the Sun that kind of stuff it plays an integral role in collagen formation and tightening the skin Something else that I’m going to suggest with vitamin C and this is something that you need to speak with a health care provider Make sure that there’s no contraindications in your own personal case, but is to consider ingesting vitamin C 500 milligrams a day That can greatly help your skin as well because it helps that copper. We don’t talk about copper peptides too often I know I haven’t spoken about them a lot on this channel, but guys they are the anti-aging linchpin as far as I’m concerned, they are right up there with retinoic acid and They definitely have a great impact a studied impact on the collagen and elastin synthesis in our skin they have a profound impact on the tightness of our skin and They definitely can help to kind of change the gene expression In our skin now an analogy that I thought was really really interesting that I read in a book that I will cite in the description box is our skin is like the keys of a piano and When you first get the piano and it’s all tuned it can play beautiful music Right, but as you go along as the years go on, let’s say the keys get out of tune They don’t play as beautiful of a song that is like our skin our skin Plays a beautiful tune when our children but as we grow older and we are damaged from you know Just life from the Sun and from environmental stressors and from other things like our poor diet Or maybe we smoke or drink all of those things have an effect on our piano keys and what copper peptides can do is they can actually change that gene expression and tune our skin get our our piano back to playing a Beautiful melody again. So copper peptides are integral if you want to tighten your skin and they work hand in hand with some of those vitamins and Definitely just are a piece of the puzzle that I don’t think gets talked about as much as it should Okay, so we have our vitamins. We have our alpha hydroxy acids We have our copper peptides and now the fourth thing is going to be hydration and moisture and I’m going to suggest to you to specifically look for squalene squalene is a Emollient. That is very very good at helping to retain moisture in the skin and our skin recognizes it and it’s very very helpful Now we talked a lot about like higher ilanic acid and things like that. And those are all great But we also mean something that will help to keep those Humectants keep that water in the skin and squalene is one of them squalene is just an effective Moisturizer and it’s also an antioxidant it is used in wound care and I just think for the maturing person who is going to use alpha hydroxy acids and any vitamin a derivative any of these things that can kind of be Irritating squalene to me is one of those key ingredients that can really make a huge Difference not only in the way that your skin looks because it will look more hydrated and more plumped and more supple but truly in Trapping in water and keeping that dermis healthier So squalling is number four number five is going to be led now led is super exciting you guys for multiple reasons, but number one is that led can really affect the elasticity of our skin as we grow older our elastin fibers can get kind of a film a Gluey film on them that causes them to have less bounce. They they have less elasticity as we get older which is part of the reason why we experience sag our skin isn’t able to bounce back if you lift it up the skin on your hand as you Get older. It doesn’t kind of bounce back as fast. That is the degradation of elastin Led is actually shown to help remove that gluey surface off of elastin fibers Which obviously will help them to kind of get their bounce back Which in turn is going to help with firmer skin the other thing about LED you guys and I’m talking about red and near-infrared LED is that what it does is it causes the cells in our skin to produce something called? Adenosine triphosphate you guys have probably heard that on this channel before it is also known as ATP It is a life source of our cells well Our fibroblasts actually use that ATP to produce collagen and elastin So LED is non-invasive. It is very very pleasant It is something that you can do in your own home You can obviously get in office treatments as well But you can do this at home And not only are you helping to kind of give your elasticity back to your skin? but you’re also helping feed those fibroblasts that energy that they need to produce collagen and elastin so LED is one of those treatments that while it is slow and Subtle, it is actually very very profoundly effective on the tightening of yours skin not just collagen production, but elastin the quality of the elastin fibers and the number and Production of elastin in our skin put all of these things together you guys and not only are you gonna affect this sagging of your skin But you’re also going to help with the dullness and the dryness and the luminosity of your skin All of these things are being addressed at the same time that we are Trying to address the sagging and I gotta tell you the more and more I study copper peptides you guys to me. It should be a non-negotiable Now I’m super excited to be putting this video out today on a Wednesday because I have not filmed my Friday Q&A yet So I’m sure that there will be questions this was a huge topic and I just skimmed the surface to give you those five components of an effective mature kind of attack on our skin, you know Let’s let’s get in there and really fight for our skin So if you have questions leave them down below and I will try and address them when I film the Friday Q&A tomorrow and Hopefully then we can have a really good conversation about this particular Regimen now. I hope you guys will check out a nice video. I hope you enjoyed this video Like I said, this is skimming the surface there’s so many more details to each one of these components But I wanted to give you guys just an overview so that you have kind of a framework of a potential skincare plan if Sagging skin is something that bothers you as much that bothers me and a lot of my clients I hope you guys have a fantastic day and I hope you will join me in the Friday Q&A I will talk to you again very very soon. Take care


  • kim michaud says:

    What are your thoughts on coq10 alpha lipoic acid and dmae as anti-aging ingredients?

  • sandy Silvee says:

    Very informative video! I will subscribe and hopefully continue to learn. Love anything skincare science related that will work. If you can discuss (if you haven’t already) milia. I have and although it’s not very noticeable it is to me and I am constantly looking for products/procedures to slow it down although I’m sure my skin is prone to it. Overall I’ve had great skin all my life w the ocasional breakout but def more after 50. Thank you!

  • Heather Hernandez says:

    I’ve got a sagging neck

  • Casey Conner says:

    I think whats great for skin is good sleep, exercise, very low stress, eating healthy🌸

  • Casey Conner says:

    I also forgot to say use sunscreen.

  • joy wells says:

    Hello I’m new to your channel. I really learned a lot from this video.

  • Janie Aulicino says:

    Jowls, Yuck!!! Even the word Jowls sounds ugly.

  • Ann Mullinax says:

    How do you use the copper peptides? Do you mix it with you face cream?

  • Mindy De Britos says:

    I take good care of my skin but my skin is sagging so bad. It seems that it started about a year ago..It truly bothers me a lot because I eat healthy and take such good care of my skin. I feels as if my skin has age a lot…what vitamin c serum do you recommend??? I knows it lately that my skin has become sensitive…I am worried about using retin-a….help…MINDY

  • Debbie OConnor says:

    This is great information to help demystify the sagging problem. Now the more difficult question is…which products best fit each of the 5 major fighters?

  • Carla Machado says:

    I missed you showing products and how to use them.

  • Chourouk A. says:

    Very informative video. Thank you.

  • Amber Purcell says:

    When should you use the products like which can u mix and times of day?

  • Lin A says:

    I’m highly allergic to AHA and I seem to react to acids.I’m struggling to deal with saggy skin in exactly the areas you talk about.

  • Love says:

    Omg what a great video. Thanks for all your knowledge.

  • Chris Black says:

    Wow, and ALL of these products are SOOOO CHEAP! I’ll take 10 of each! 😂

  • Connie Sanford says:

    Egg white and cornstarch mask works wonders look at least 10 years younger

  • Erika St says:

    Very good video, informative and factual!

  • Tina Gray says:

    New to your channel. Great information! What is your opinion on the NuFACE toning system?

  • chrislida C says:

    Hi Penn! While I am dying for your next video, I have a question. What do you think about the antioxidant Troxerutin?? Is it really that good? There is a new product out with the following ingredients. Do the ingredients look good to you? Thanks as always!

    Troxerutin: antioxidant that helps relieve, and prevent irritation, dryness, and inflammation.
    Cica: a botanical extract that helps combat inflammation.
    Aloe: contains antioxidants, enzymes, and is known to be highly anti-inflammatory.
    Niacinamide: helps brightens dark spots and combat inflammation

    Centella Asiatica Extract, Glyceryl Glucoside, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Dipropylene Glycol, Niacinamide, Troxerutin, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Hibiscus Esculentus Fruit Extract, Viola Mandshurica Flower Extract, Polyglyceryl-10 Laurate, Polyglyceryl-10 Myristate, 1,2-Hexanediol, Caprylyl Glycol, Illicium Verum (Anise) Fruit Extract, Allantoin, Betaine, Panthenol, Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate, Adenosine, Citric Acid, Disodium EDTA, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil

  • Marcy Jackson says:

    Very helpful!

  • Milica Marsha Stefanovich says:

    Hi Penny! Such an informative video, thank you. What are your thoughts on incorporating both fraxel laser and clear and brilliant laser within this type of regiment? At 46, I noticed literally overnight, a sag in my jowls and am definitely considering doing some type of laser to prevent anymore of this sagging. Thank you again, for all that you do for us within this community. All my best, Marsha

  • Claudia Botero says:

    What an informative and great video. Loved the simplicity, suggestion of products in the description. My current routine AM. There serums: Vitamin C, Lactic acid, q10 them my cream moisturiser to lock it in. Pm. I rotate prescribed tretinoin at 5%, Zo skin night repair that includes retinol at 1% and the Zo Glycolic at 10% I top it all off with matrixyl 6 serum from timeless and thick moisturiser with ceramides. Would like to learn a bit more on how to introduce the copper peptide, squalene and the led light I use from NuFace. 🙇. Thank you

  • Lady Bohemia says: sells inexpensive serums…Vitamin C, Retinol, Peptides…all for 7-12 dollars a bottle. Thoughts?

  • bea Sol says:

    Very interesting. It loks like u have had injections. Very well done

  • Tammy Roy says:

    You are one of my skincare gurus 😊. Thank you SO much for this! Definitely gonna add the copper peptides and squalene to my regimen!
    Happy weekend 💖
    Tammy Roy 🇨🇦

  • Juliat Shamoun says:

    Best thing for the skin high quality
    Cod liver oil with natural vitamin D3 and A … a lot if pastured eggs or switch to Keto diet But you should do it right
    My skin looks younger 10 yeas than my age also i eat a lot alot of high nutrient density vegetables and use high and high and high quality real organic extra virgin olive oil every night on you skin oe all body if you can afford
    Good video

  • W M says:

    I’m beyond help, I need a Doctor with a sharp scalpel and who knows how to hide stitch. Would be nice if you can recommend a good Doctor, maybe the one that your lift, he did a great job 👍 thanks

  • millionnena says:


  • Cindy Lou says:

    I wonder if running contributes to sagging skin? (Cheeks flapping..)

  • Michelle Connor says:

    Your eye are stunning!

  • Pheanixs says:

    They all sound fantastic, thank you very much! could you please just let me know how we use all these things in one day. Can they be used at the same time?

  • Angie Alexis says:

    I would not trust using copper of any kind, whether it's in vitamin form or cream. Copper is one of the minerals found in autopsies of people with Alzheimer's disease. Everything else I would use, thank you.

  • JudithAnn Toole says:

    Thanks Penn, you really helped connect the dots for me. Great synopsis. I learn tons!! I am now a new subscriber! Have a great day.🙂

  • Jaye-Andrea Arp says:

    This is the best explanation I have heard on this subject. Thank you for explaining this so well.

  • Cally 28 says:

    Good information.. I use most of these. I tried The Ordinarys copper peptides and made my eyelids sag even more. Used for only a couple weeks. Eyelids went back to normal after a week or so. Deciem didn’t think should do this, but there were serval other customer reviews with same results. Not sure why this product did this. Now I use Paula’s Choice peptide booster, which I like a lot. But I’ve read great things about NIOD’s new copper peptide gel in tube. Wondering if I should try. Thx

  • Caroli Brad says:

    This video is invaluable. Thank you.☺

  • candice german says:

    Can you help a 60 year old with sagging facial skin without having a face lift ?

  • amoralavenezolana1 says:

    Thanks for all the info! Can you recommend specific products

  • Maya Sueing says:

    Is there a home LED device which you recommend? I hear that home devices are not that strong and waste of money.

  • Evelyn Stone says:

    Should copper peptides be applied to dry or wet skin?

  • Evelyn Stone says:

    What about stem cells? I use osmosis stem factor in the morning after vitamin C

  • toytoy412 says:

    Is matrixyl 3000 a copper peptide?? And if it’s something different which one is better and should you use both???🤔🤷🏽‍♀️

  • Muezzy228 says:

    Is trentionin ok to use? I don’t know the difference.

  • Sonal Patel says:

    I feel same thing what same thing . Soon as i turn 43 my skin on neck and now my jaw line and i am all ready spend so much money but nothing is helping. I am so glad I found your channel. Thanks

  • Annemarie Rottorf says:

    Been following Anne since she first started on YouTube. Now I will follow you. I am much older than you. I am more in the mature population. I do feel you are never to old to learn new things. I go to my dermatologist several times a year & to her spa every other month as I have had basal cell carcinoma from teen sun worship. I just watched a special on Vitamin C this was concerning metastatic cancer that was no longer being helped by chemo. They used infusions of high doses of Vitamin C that put the cancer in remission. The people involved in the study also juiced vitamin C and injested 3 times a day. One of the benefits was brighter, less wrinkled skin, tightened skin.

  • Joy Lynn says:

    Can you do a video on a beginners routine for aging skin? I've only ever used a cleanser and moisturizer. I'm super confused on what all I should start with on my journey of minimizing my fine lines. 😀 And I'm confused on the exact order for a morning and a night routine on all of these steps.

  • Jenni Crow says:

    Great video! I need to look into the LED light therapy!

  • Snuff Knulle says:

    adenosine triphosphate… I can't pronounce that.

  • Gina Friend says:

    Hi Penny. New here. Came from Leahs' Skin Beautiful RX site as she had suggested you on her video. I picked out this video. Thanks for important info. Kindly appreciate your knowledge of. I've heard of Copper Peptides, but will Certainly be adding into my very religious daily routine, on an accurate level 🙂

  • TheMuffy05 says:

    Penny, any feedback on the Truth Treatment System? The line is a highly advanced skin care system with emphasis on Vitamin C and A built on science?

  • Robin Stewart says:

    Penny, I just ordered the ECO led face mask. I do TCA chemical peels – is there a benefit to using the ECO either immediately before or after a TCA peel? Or is that not recommended? Thanks as always for sharing your incredible knowledge with us!

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  • Erica Cardenas says:

    Can you please make a video on botox facials?

  • Debra Raiche says:

    Love Your Videos~ My Q: What is you favorite Vit C~ natural product/serum? Thanks

  • Mark Lambert says:

    Hi..Great tips that I know are just great and PROVEN! Question for you..How long should we wait between doing a microdermabrasion treatment and a microneedling treatment?. Thank You

  • Jenny Meade says:

    Penny do you think someone can still age ok without the use of retinol and retina? Everyone acts like it is the #1 most important thing. I use the other stuff you mentioned but for some reason my skin looks older after retina OR retinol! It is very bizarre and I don't understand why that happens to my skin and not others. In fact, it is the ONLY thing that I have ever used that seems to make everything much worse and cause new issues! I am still trying to recover from what retina did to me a year ago. Thanks for the copper peptide info. Maybe I will add it into my routine somewhere lol Thanks!

  • Mindy Boone says:

    I am loving (and applying) all this information!! Thank you!! Can you sometime look into rosmarinic acid and it’s ability to repair collagen ,including the visible crosshatching , when applied topically? Can also be taken internally.

  • Sheryl Beamer says:

    Thank you SO MUCH! I’m a new subscriber and finding all your amazing videos! This is my number one issue! Thank you Penny!

  • MOST The Games says:

    Omg sagging skin!!! My nemesis!

  • MOST The Games says:

    Tune your skin. Love it

  • Essence 17 says:

    Love ur videos But….too many products, I need 1 cleaner, one moisturizer for aging skin that works regardless of cost…as this is all I will use….🤨🤓

  • Odalis Diaz says:

    You are great! Very good information!!!

  • Deborah Gonzales says:

    I hate my sagging skin!!

  • Chris Black says:

    Penn. Smith. Skincare –
    What I can’t stand the most are the Nasolabial Folds, sebaceous filaments and pimples I seem to be getting more more now than I ever did when I was growing up. AHHH! I don’t want o to spend $1,000 on one syringe of Jeverderm to fill them! I want get rid of them on my own and prevent them from becoming even more “static” than they are now. HELP ME MASTER ESTHETICIAN from Portland Oregon!
    I, (and many others) need your help!!

  • Chris Black says:

    Penn.Smith.Skincare –

    1. Which oral supplements do you recommend that help keep a youthful appearance and also help reduce signs of aging that have already begun to aggravate us? (Aside from eating boat loads of raw Broccoli Sprouts.)

    2. What are your thoughts on consuming Vitamin A (palimated or performed Vitamin A vs. Beta Carotene Vitamin A. in concert with consistently applying a broad spectrum skincare product?

    P.S. Ladies, if you don’t know this, on YouTube please look up the scientific research provided on the evidence of anti-aging/ anti-cancer that comes with eating raw broccoli sprouts!! It’s ABSOLUTELY MIND BLOWING!

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  • Jule V says:

    All of those things burn my skin, it’s so sensitive 🙁. I did just buy a LED hand held device. Any advice on what else to try on my skin that doesn’t make it burn? And thank you for your videos 👍🏼

  • shannon dunne says:

    I’m so happy to find a channel where I can actually LEARN the scientific relationship between these ingredients and our skin. Copper peptides sounded like a good one! How do we use/apply/ingest it?

  • Salma Khan says:

    Can you please recommend any product for laugh lines

  • Salma Khan says:

    Which vitamins help to prevent sagging and wrinkles ; also do chemical peel and microdermabrasion helps in tightening skin

  • Crystal wonn says:

    Does it matter what order you put on skincare? If so, what is the best order? Thank you!

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  • Paulette Richards says:

    I purchase from skinbeautiful RX Leah is great to help with all of our concerns. Penn do you like the timeless vitaminC ?

  • Joy Mccauley says:

    Penn!! Thanks to you I found copper peptides and you are correct…. They are a game changer. Dr pickart's products at skin biology are amazing as well as his customer service. They sing your praises too!! Thanks again for everything you are doing for us.

  • Lindsey M says:

    Hi Penn, Happy New Year! What are your thoughts on microcurrent and the Newface in particular? Thank you so much

  • Eleanor Byrne says:

    An amazing video, thank you so much.

  • Holly Morris says:

    Haha! Yes. 1 Ultherapy, 2 Profounds, multiple IPLs, BBLs, Halos, expensive skincare and now at home microneedling later (your videos have been a God send for me), you might say I’m concerned with sagging skin. 😊 I’m so grateful for your generosity in sharing your knowledge! Thank you!

  • Luciana Mattoni says:

    Is there a routine where showing how to put this all together?
    I think you're not meant to use glycolic and Vit A together at the same time…?

  • Pat Mandolla says:

    What do you think of Kathy Ireland red light therapy panels I had purchased one that has red blue and infrared for a hundred and $99 on sale they go for 399 I happen to like it what is your opinion on it

  • Nancy Oakley says:

    VALUABLE info!!!!!–
    Thank you!!!

  • SomethingBeautiful COB says:

    Oh yes, I feel really bad about my neck. Thank you so much for the great information 🕸❄️🦋❄️🕸

  • LiveLoveHula says:

    Where does lactic acid fit into a skincare regimen? A.m? P.m? Before serums? With Vit.c?
    Thanks Penny

  • Judi Goldfarb says:

    Can copper peptides be used with Viit C? Love if you could do one of your great less expensive as t expensive? 😍

  • Eleanor Byrne says:

    Can I ask you after watching this video for the second time (it's just so good) where do include Copper Peptides in a routine? Many thanks x

  • Linda Dunlap says:

    This is the most informative video I have ever seen. I can't thank you enough for this. I am new to your channel but will now be a loyal follower. I do most of what you said here but I was wondering what your thoughts are on growth factors. I noticed you didn't say anything about them. I am using Osmosis Stem Factor right after my Tatcha Essence. I follow that with my Osmosis AC-11 in the am and Correct in the evening. I follow that with Osmosis Rescue and Replenish. I then use the Biossance Phyto-retinol serum and squalane & lactic acid resurfacing night serum in the evenings. I am exfoliating with m61 twice per week. I also am using eye creams. Am I using too much?

  • Pru Huskey says:

    Alternative for Clarins face oil and body oil. Thanks

  • Gina Reynolds says:

    I am almost 60, have hardly any wrinkles, just a few tiny ones around eye area. I think the worst thing a person can do is, sun damage and sleeping on side or stomach. Period!! Sleep on your back..I wish I had done it years ago. Year after year sleeping on side will definitely cause wrinkles.

  • joy okafor says:

    You are a game changer thank you so much

  • Sue Cone says:

    I had used an eye cream with copper included and from your explanation of what it does that was a great buy! I do love that there really are less expensive skin care that does a great job. I do have the Nu Face and I purchased the red light attachment but I haven’t used it yet so I am wondering if it has the same effect as the Dr Gross face mask? Thanks 🙏

  • Suzi Hazlove says:

    Any Avene dupes?????

    And Dr. Dray, is not on vit. C bandwagon. Hummm

  • ViVi Patriot says:

    Yes! Sagging! 😡😫

  • ViVi Patriot says:

    I use tretinoin. What else do i need to use?

  • Jaime Gasca says:

    Need some of that copper peptide serum now

  • American Patriot says:

    Amazing video. Thanks!!!!

  • American Patriot says:

    Can you recommend a good home LED?

  • Tammy Jo Kerney says:

    I just watched one of your 2018 videos on sagging skin as well. Great information! I was wondering if you still recommend the new key face mask which is a little bit less money? Are there any other LED masks, including project beauty that you might recommend? Just trying to watch my budget and wondering if there are alternatives you might recommend?

  • Carla Semancik says:

    I am thinking of getting an led mask for face. Any idea how to use one for the neck? Turkey neck!!😔

  • Today Training says:

    Best tip is from the inside out anti aging. Since I went plant vegan my life has changed. My skin, hair and nails, body is amazing. Give it 6 months total to see what eating all those plants can do.

  • mamaboo cee says:

    I was wondering if the Foreo UFO device utilizes the LED light therapy you talk about. Can you recommend any devices for that? I have everything you talk about covered except the LED and am excited to try it! Thanks for another SMART video about anti aging!

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