Dr. Denese's Secrets for Ageless Skin: Younger Skin in 8 Weeks

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Berkley Books, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 217 pages
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American women spend 4.3 billion dollars a year on skin care products that just don't work. Now, anti-aging expert Dr. Adrienne Denese draws on recent medical breakthroughs, the development of new treatments and ingredients, and her own experience helping thousands of patients reverse the signs of aging to bring her skin care secrets to every woman. In this accessible book, she offers practical advice, information, and techniques that guarantee younger-looking skin, including:

- Dr. Denese's 6-step program for flawless skin (the only skin care program readers will ever need)
- Self-tests to help readers analyze their face and choose the best program for their skin
- A shopping list of products they do and do not need
- A medically sound eating plan
- A guide to getting the right treatments at the doctor's office, spa, or salon
- A preview of the very latest treatments

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Review: Dr. Denese's Secrets for Ageless Skin: Younger Skin in 8 Weeks

User Review  - Michelle - Goodreads

Le doctor Denese has good skin. And writes well. Her drawing must be crap, because I found her not sketchy at all. Noone else got through to me about keeping shady like her. Don't you love it when someone can change you that fast? Read full review

Review: Dr. Denese's Secrets for Ageless Skin: Younger Skin in 8 Weeks

User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

I got this for my mother in law and ended up buying one for myself. I've never seen such a good explanation on skincare. This demystifies all the crazy products on the market, and explains how most of ... Read full review

Contents

chapter one The SkinCare Conspiracy i
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chapter two Why We Age
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chapter three Dr Deneses AntiAging Diet
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About the author (2005)

Adrienne Denese, M.D., Ph.D., is one of the first doctors in the United States to specialize in anti-aging medicine. She has made dozens of television appearances and has been interviewed on 20/20 and Good Morning America. As a medical expert, she has been quoted in dozens of magazines, including Vogue, InStyle, Glamour, Allure, and Cosmopolitan, and featured in more than 100 newspapers nationwide.

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