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I Heart Dr. Oz

Dr. Oz has a new book coming out You: Being Beautiful and he was promoting it on Oprah yesterday, all the while giving out some great beauty tips! I was up last night at midnight watching it (love my DVR!) and it had some great tips. I want to get this book too!

Paula Begoun was on the show, and she was recommending affordable skin and beauty products. Her website has a section where she reviews all types of products and some great information.

Here are some of the tips Dr Oz gave on the show yesterday:

  • Install a charcoal filter in your shower – it cleans out the chlorine that drys out your hair

  • After you shower, comb hair with a plastic wide-toothed comb and always use a brush with rubber tips. Your hair should be treated like a fine silk blouse.

  • To help slow the signs of aging, use creams with vitamin C, A or licorice extract. Also, apply niacin cream on your skin and exfoliate

Recommended Products from the Show

Gentle Cleansers

  • CeraVe hydrating cleanser price $12.00
  • Olay foaming face wash price $7.00

Exfoliant

  • Alpha Hydrox the original Enhanced lotion with 10% Glycolic AHA price $12.00

Moisturizers With Anti Oxidants, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and Vitamin A

  • Olay Regenerist Serum price $19.00
  • Clinique Moisture in control price $38.00
  • Bobbi Brown Intensive Skin Supplement price $60.00

Night Lip Care (If you do this, you’ll never have chapped lips again!)

  • Prescriptives Lip Specialist Triple Action Therapy price $15.00
  • Neutrogena Lip Nutrition price $7.59
  • Loreal Bare naturale price $9.95 / last thing to put on before you go to bed.

Hair Products

  • CitreShine Serum price $6.99 and
  • Got2be Crazy sleek styling lotion price $4.49 could be purchased in drugstores
  • Wet2straight Flat iron
  • Revlon 1875 blow dryer

To Treat Dry Heels

  • Rub Alcohol free STRIDEX pads over heel Price $5.99
  • After this, apply 100% Cocoa butter price $2.15, Vaseline price $1.82 or Eucerin original moisturizer price $13.70.
  • After you rub your heels with cream, put on a pair of socks and in a week your heels will feel smooth.

I can't guarantee these products, but thought it would be fun to start trying these out!

Comments

  1. These are wonderful tips! Thank you!

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  2. I fell asleep during the show but saw that trick for Stridex on teh feet!!

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  3. Thanks for the trip! That's actually the hair dryer I use...I'm doing one thing right!! :)

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  4. I am excited to see if the Stridex pads on the heels works... I saw a little bit of the show!

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  5. Thanks for sharing all these great tips! I watched bits and pieces of it last night at 10. But I didn't catch everything.

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  6. So I'm pretty sure I'll be printing this, adding all the products to my Ulta favorites (I'll have a new post about that this week on Hanging in my Closet)!!

    Thanks for sharing!

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  7. I heart Dr. Oz too! I'd love to meet him in person. Thanks for sharing...I haven't gotten to that Oprah yet, but it makes me want to go watch it right now....

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  8. So glad you posted this! Good recap!

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  9. Great post....at the age of 47, I'm struggling with knowing exactly what to do with myself and this aging body of mine.

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