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My top 5 anti-agers for 2013 plus a review of all the anti-aging things I tried this year! EXPAND THIS BOX FOR MORE INFO!! Style, Beauty, Anti-Aging, & Healt… Video Rating: 4 / 5 Related

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  • itzalljustBS 3 years ago

    Have you never tried Alpha H Liquid Gold? It’s amazing! I remember when you
    did the Jenu review and you seemed to really like that so I’m surprised
    that you’re no longer using it. Retin A is the best that’s for sure and a
    great vitamin C serum.

  • shoppingmediagirl1 3 years ago

    Nice video and great work this year! keep up the good work. My top 5 are
    the same as yours and I was really surprised at how well the liquid
    nitrogen worked on 2 age spots above my eyebrows. They are totally gone
    :)

  • Carolyn Thurston 3 years ago

    I am 55 years old and have been using 0.025% Retin A almost daily for at
    least 10 years and would never, ever give it up!!! I had to pay $50 out of
    pocket for it once, but my insurance now coverer almost the full cost. I
    just discovered your channel and love your honesty! Hugs!

  • Inspired Creating 3 years ago

    Hi Angie …. This is totally off topic from this video, but I wanted to
    ask you why I should wear blush? I have not used blush in a long time and
    I’m just more recently trying to get into wearing makeup at 46. I do
    everything on my eyes, primers, foundation, etc …. but I just don’t wear
    blush. What does wearing blush do? Also, I’ve seen a lot of ladies showing
    their blush and they all seem very pink … is that normal? When I did wear
    blush back in the day, I always used more of a bronzish brown color? Is
    blush color a trendy color like some other things and that’s why I am
    seeing a lot of pink or should it always be a pinkish shade? Also … how
    do you apply it so it doesn’t look so pink? Sorry for all the questions. 

  • HotandFlashy 3 years ago
  • La Beauty Bag 3 years ago

    I began using Retin A this year and it has been life changing! There were a
    few bumps in the road at the beginning but now I am so happy with the
    results. So glad you found what has worked for you as well this year! You
    look great!!

  • Makeup Obsessed Mom 3 years ago

    GREAT video!! You look fabulous!! Stacie xo
    

  • TheHipChickOnline 3 years ago

    Thanks for sharing what has worked for you. I haven’t tried Retin A yet,
    but next time I go to the Dermatologist for a check up, I will ask…
    Happy New Year!

  • Joey Emerson 3 years ago

    Oh I forgot, she did prescribe the tretinoin for me as well. She said not
    only will it help with the other sun damage and aging issues, but that it
    will get rid of any possible cancer cells that may be present. Didn’t know
    that it would do that. I’m going to do some research on that. Did you know
    that?

  • annieoscar 3 years ago

    Thanks for the great video and all your helpful tips! I just checked out
    DermTV. I didn’t know sunscreen was supposed to go on before serums, etc!
    Going to have to try that! Do you always puts on your sunscreen before
    anything else?

  • toni thorson 3 years ago

    what sunscreen do you use 30 and 70

  • Susan 3 years ago

    Hi Angie, Thanks for all your great videos.
    I just tried Erno Laszlo’s Firmarine Eye Serum on my eyes and I was soooo
    pleased. It actually tightened up my small wrinkle and crepiness to make
    it look pretty smooth. I have been trying about every brand trying to find
    something that actually makes a difference.
    Also, have you ever tried La Prairie Anti-Aging foundation? It is
    amazing! Have never found another one that worked so good. It lasts a
    long time as I do not use a sponge, use my finger tips to work in (1 pump
    only).
    I am with you, sometimes I am not sure that the serums are worth the money
    and the best place to put your money is in botox and fillers and I am not
    even sure about the fillers.
    It is soooo hard to try to sleep on my back. Like you, when I was younger
    I always slept on my back. 

  • Fifi Lebelle 3 years ago

    Many thanks for this round up video, it was very helpful. I am nearing my
    40’s and I am looking into starting to use retin a, what is the lowest
    strength I should start on?

  • Mary Chavira 3 years ago

    Thank you Angie for all your great advice. Quick question for you. How do
    you feel about the PMD?

  • Joey Emerson 3 years ago

    Hi Angie. Great video! Lots of helpful information! As a matter of fact,
    because of you I have an appt tomorrow w a dermatologist tomorrow and am
    planning on having her use liquid nitrogen on a few of my larger age spots.
    I’m nervous about it, is it painful? Also plan to ask her about Botox 🙂
    Praying all goes well!

  • LadyLuluOnBeauty 3 years ago

    Hi! Thanks for sharing! I’ve recently had Botox for the first time, in my
    mid 50s. I know many who are using but no one else had this result of the
    drooping upper lids which in turn causes as super hooded eye. I read about
    that possibility, knew it could happen. I did have Botox on my 11s and
    forehead as well as crow’s feet. You mentioned you also had the drooping
    lid effect and thus have stopped Botox in your forehead. My question is how
    long did it take for your lids to get back to normal? I’ve read that when
    the Botox wears off, 3-4 months, lids will return to normal. I’m almost at
    month 3 and still zero improvement/back to normal for my lids. Did your lid
    return to normal gradually AFTER the Botox wore off? Any insight would be
    helpful. The plastic surgeon is being very vague when I’ve called the
    office to ask. Thanks, Lulu

  • Andrea Lodden 3 years ago

    I love your videos! Very informative, thanks for sharing! Have you ever
    tried Strivevtin (sorry spellings prob wrong) products, eye & neck cream?

  • Gizelle Butler 3 years ago

    I checked off the first four because of you:) The sleeping on back took
    some time getting use to for this ole tummy sleeper. I haven’t tried the
    nitrogen but did get fillers this year. My lips hurt sooooo bad after and
    didn’t feel right or look right for weeks after. I did it everywhere and
    now know that I only want the Botox in forehead and Juvaderm in laugh
    lines. Yay foundation roundup;) Thanks Ang!! Hugs:)

  • ettuandyou 3 years ago

    Aren’t there a lot of precautions with Retin A? Avoid sun, etc….can you
    be a ‘normal’ walk around everyday person while using this? Also the liquid
    nitrogen…it sounds painful. Is it?

  • allegra1952 3 years ago

    Retin A, Vitamin C e Aha our 3 best friend! thanks to remind of sleeping
    on the back… I try sometimes, but it’s tough…Ok, I will consider as a
    new year’s resolution. happy New Year Angie!

  • Faceworks Natural Facelift 3 years ago

    Hi Angie! you mentioned you’re getting hooded eyes and I thought I’d share
    that our Eye Toner Two exercise really lifts & opens that top lid – results
    are fabulous. Don’t want to hog your page, so will just add that I’m
    loving your videos. Elaine x

  • Christina Betts 3 years ago

    After watching your reviews, I decided to see my Dr. about removing a brown
    spot underneath my right eye. Kind of painful and over in minutes! He did
    this yesterday and put a little round band-aide over the area. I was
    wondering if you had a band-aide on your spot and did you put anything on
    while it was healing. I’ve heard to put vaseline on it to keep the
    blister/scab soft. ♥

  • karena woods 3 years ago

    Really helpful thanks, what do you recommend for rocasia. Love from New
    Zealand x

  • geekNchic 3 years ago

    Never stop making videos, please! I can’t get enough of you wisdom :)

  • jailbaitsuzy 3 years ago

    My right eyelid is saggy due to a car accident . I don’t mind the scar but
    I hate the saggy skin. My left eye is fine .Any suggestions?

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