Dr Oz: Copper Peptides For Your Skin
Dr Oz brought in two anti-aging experts who had two ingredients they’re using that you likely arent. First is copper, which dermatologist Kim Nichols explained is actually found naturally in our bodies. Copper is preventative and is a powerful antioxidant. It can also correct your skin making it more firm and youthful looking. Copper is absorbed through the skin and matches up with collagen, binding collagen together which means your skin is restored to it’s youthful glow.
You should look for a copper peptide night serum with vitamin C and use it every night after your toner but before retinol and moisturizer.
Dr Oz: Glycolic Acid For Age & Sun Spots
For your age spots and sun spots, you should turn to glycolic acid which is best for smoothing out your skin like an exfoliator. Adding an acid serum coats the skin and forces the skin to shut off extra cells, rejuvenating the skin and making you look younger. Use it at night before you go to bed and you could see instant results. They can be expensive, but they have acid cleansers you can buy over-the-counter for cheaper.
Use an acid serum for three nights then take three nights off, and on alternate nights use a hydrating skin serum and always follow with moisturizer.
Dr Oz: “Health Revelations From Heaven & Earth”
Dr Oz then explained that, because he’s a doctor, he likes to find a scientific explanation for everything. But as he said, there are simply some things that cannot be explained through modern medicine. Dr Oz introduced Tommy Rosa who grew up just as any other child in a normal life, becoming an adult who worked hard to earn a living as a plumber. Then, in 1999 at the age of 40, he stepped of a curb and was hit by car. He was declared clinically dead on the scene. That’s when, according to Rosa, everything in his life changed forever.
Rosa was rushed to the hospital where doctors managed to resuscitate him, but as he laid in a coma for weeks, Rosa claimed to have a near-death experience in which he went to heaven. He said he saw the afterlife and was given divine instruction into human spirituality and health. He went on to write the book “Health Revelations from Heaven and Earth.”
Dr Oz: A Visit To Heaven?
Dr Oz met a cardiologist named Stephen Sinatra, who said he believes Tommy was in his life for a lot of reasons. He said Tommy provided a lot of proof for what he saw, and to be by his side and find out that we don’t really die, and our consciousness moves on, it provided him great joy knowing we don’t have to fear death. Tommy said we have to realize that our attitude plays a large part in our life and we have to learn to find out life purpose.
Tommy said that when he faces his critics, he tells them that it was his experience and it was what he felt, heard, and saw, so they can’t take that away from him. He said he was initially afraid to tell people his story because he didn’t want people to think he was crazy, but when Dr Sinatra came around, he validated everything he learned in heaven.
Dr Oz: A Glimpse Into The Afterlife
Tommy then took a question from an audience member who explained that she’s a nurse and she’s often dealt with patients that have their own near-death experiences, and some come back while some don’t. Tommy said he learned in heaven that when our purpose is complete on earth, that’s when it’s time to go to the other side.
Another woman wondered if there was a hell and Tommy said God can do anything, except stop loving us, so we’ll alway be together with him.
Dr Oz: How To Love Mondays!
Before the end of his show, Dr Oz shared tips for making Monday your favorite day of the week. He said we should all love Mondays because they’re a fresh start, a chance to set a new tone for the rest of the week and “a great day to be alive!”
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