Dr Oz Siloxane & Peptide Cream: Botox Alternative & Lemon Balm Extract


Dr Oz: After 35 Survival Kit

Wouldn’t it be nice if every stage of life came with a guidebook to help us through and answer all of our questions? Let’s face it, it seems like every new decade brings with it some sort of new challenge, so today we received Dr. Oz’s After-35 Survival Kit. Whether you fit in that age bracket or if you are close to it, this is a great time for you to jot down some notes and listen to his advice. From relieving your stress with Lemon Balm Extract, to Siloxane and Peptide Cream (a fabulous Botox Alternative), Doctor Oz has the answers you have been waiting for to improve your life and help you survive getting older.

Dr Oz: Over 35 Survival Kit

Imagine if as soon as you turned 35 someone handed you a bag filled with the products needed in addressing the greatest challenges of this life stage, like stress, belly fat, or maybe even your wrinkles. Well, while Dr. Oz can’t physically give you a bag filled with goodies, he does have great ideas to help you navigate this period. He has all the tricks you need to look better, feel better, and just plain live better. Dr. Oz assembled an all-female group of experts to contribute to his bag filled with your After-35 Survival Kit and each expert came up with am item that they believe is going to make your life better.

Dr Oz: Lemon Balm Extract for Stress Relief

Valium vs Lemon Balm Extract

Dr. Keri Peterson says that Lemon Balm Extract is an instant way to relieve stress and has the same effect on the brain as Valium.


  1. Sciresearcher says

    CyclopentaSILOXANE often found in cosmetics is a Carcinogen. It’s really a shame that Dr Joely Kaufman placed it on the Dr Oz show. Simply google “CyclopentaSILOXANE msds” and pick the first website that comes up. At page 4 you can see that small amounts are toxic to small animals.

  2. 4everyoung09 says

    I just finished watching Dr. Oz and taking notes, and I goggled Siloxane, to make sure that I was spelling it correctly. A whole page of sites came up calling it either a carcinogen, or harmful for pregnant women (birth defects), and other seriously worrisome words. I’m going back to read some of the sites, but on this particular suggestion, I, like Scireseacher above, think everyone should read up on this before running out to the store to purchase creams with it.

  3. Mariela says

    I am totally agree with Regina. Besides, We need to be more inform about it. I think if just a way of publicity for the lady who was on the show last Tuesday.

  4. Lisa says

    Drinking pinapple juice creates inflammation and raises blood sugar levels If you want BROMELAIN for reduced gas ect than just take the supplement.

  5. Darlene says

    The producte is called chrysadern .I tried every thing Dr Oz said is for weight loss and i never lost a lb even with diet

  6. says

    This is a very good solution to gas and bloating. however, I never heard before that they often accumulate in the intestines, which leads to bloating that can be visibly seen as a protruding belly. Thanks.

  7. Robyn says

    For those knocking siloxanes, remember that in larger quantities, Botox is lethal. It’s all about the amount.

  8. says

    Olay regenerist filling +sealing has both
    Olay regenerist advanced anti-aging has Peptide
    L’Oreal collagen moisture filler daily moisturizer has siloxane

  9. Vicki says

    Has anyone heard of or used Veralyze, which claims to be very high in Peptides (no siloxane). It is 100% guaranteed for 90 days and claims excellent results, sells for $39.00 on their website – Veralyze.com. I would like to first hear from anyone who has tried it before ordering it.

  10. Lynn says

    I was eager to try the Lemon Balm Extract but don’t understand why this site states that there are no side effects when webmd clearly states the side effects as follows. Has anyone here tried it?

    LEMON BALM Side Effects & Safety

    Lemon balm is LIKELY SAFE when used in food amounts. It’s POSSIBLY SAFE in adults when used in medicinal amounts short-term. It’s been used safely in research for up to four months. Not enough is known about the safety of lemon balm when used long-term.

    Some information suggests that lemon balm might be safe when taken in appropriate amounts by infants for up to a week and by older children under age 12 for up to one month.

    When taken by mouth, lemon balm can cause some side effects including nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, dizziness, and wheezing.

    When applied to the skin, there is one report of irritation and one report of increased cold sore symptoms.

    Special Precautions & Warnings:
    Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Not enough is known about the use of lemon balm during pregnancy and breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.

    Surgery: Lemon balm might cause too much drowsiness if combined with medications used during and after surgery. Stop using lemon balm at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

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