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Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon and Liz Vaccariello, editor-in-chief of Prevention, demonstrate how to rejuvenate your skin ...
with all-natural ingredients.
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Dr. Travis: Today’s show is all about giving you the tools that you need to revamp your health habits. And Dr. Ordon ans Liz Vaccariello from Prevention Magazine, they’re back right now in our prevention skin care lab with Sarah and Chelsea who want help with improving their skin habits. So take it away Drew.
Dr. Drew: Well we’re back here on the doctor’s spa and we’re doing an all natural at home facial. We’ve done them before. Today, we’re doing something very cool. The key ingredients, sour cream, bananas, and honey. Are you ready for that? Sarah actually has a pretty good skin but we’re going to give her a nice glow.
Let me tell you why this works. Number one, sour cream, it’s a dairy product. It has lactic acid. It’s going to exfoliate. Number two, the banana, that’s what putting the nutrients back into your face, magnesium, iodine, potassium. Finally, the honey, what does that do? It keeps the moisture in and it’s a natural antioxidant.
Dr. Drew: So we’re going to compare one side and the other side.
Liz: Terrific. Chelsea, what’s your challenge today?
Chelsea: When I wash my face, I use like the chunky--something like that.
Liz: And what happens to your skin?
Chelsea: It gets some really reddish especially my cheeks and then once it dried, I kind of pat it down but it hurts and it has to like I have to-- it just takes forever to go away.
Liz: Yes, a lot of people think that in order to cleanse their skin, they have to use these chunky rough and greens, they have to press really hard, and it’s not necessary. Actually it’s counter productive to your skin. You do want to exfoliate, that’s important. That’s going to give you that beautiful glow that you have and it’s going to soften wrinkles. But the way to do it is to look for glycolic acid in a product because glycolic acid is the closest thing to nature that you can get and it lifts away the dead skin cells and it actually undoes the glue that’s holding these dead skin cells to your lower layer of your skin.
Now if you use the glycolic acid which is what we very much recommend, be sure you’re vigilant about sunscreen because it makes you more sensitive to the sun.