Dr Oz: Age-Defying Ice Trick
Dr Oz turned to his viewers to find five cool ways to defy your age and look younger. First, a woman named Wendy, who looked to be around 40-years-old, said she was actually 63-years-old. The first thing she does to defy her age is rub ice all over her face after washing it, in order to close her pores. The second thing she does is make at least 30% of her diet protein, in order to keep her energy up and prevent sagging.
Dr Oz: Turmeric Detox Drink
Dr Oz then met Sandra and guessed that she was in her late 40’s. Sandra revealed she was actually 59, and her age-defying trick was an ancient procedure. In the morning, she combines half a cup of warm water and turmeric to detoxify her liver and make her skin look more radiant. Dr Oz tried it and said “I’d mix this with vodka for sure.”
Sandra said it helps to clear her skin, giving her soft, subtle, and even-toned skin. Dr Oz said there is evidence that turmeric is an anti-inflammatory, so it makes sense that it would work for Sandra.
Dr Oz: Under-Eye Age Defying Secrets
Dr Oz also met Felicia who revealed that she was 50-years-old. She said she swears by teabags, using black teabags once a week, soaking them for two minutes, before laying them on her eyes for 10-15 minutes. She’ll do it on a Sunday evening while listening to relaxing music. She’ll also use a cooling roll-on to help with morning puffiness and darkness. Dr Oz applied it to his own under-eyes, saying he had such big under-eye bags it was worth a shot for him to try.
Dr Oz: Does Shapewear Cause You To Eat More Or Less?
Speaking of beauty, Dr Oz then wanted to find out more about shapewear, and wanted different opinions on the popular trend among women. Could shapewear falsely boost your confidence and cause you to eat more? Or could it remind you of your goals and encourage you to eat less? Dr Oz said if you want to wear it, fine, but if they’re so tight that they’re leaving dark indentations on your body, they’re too tight.
The audience seemed to lean more toward eat less overall, but Dr Oz wanted to find out what people on social media were saying. Amanda on Facebook said “Regardless of what we eat, shapewear is a reminder that you wished you looked differently than you actually do. Sucking yourself into it makes me feeling anything but sexy or confident.”
What do you think? Would or does shapewear make you eat more or less?