Love your body's largest organ with these skin strategies.
You won’t believe how old these women are after you see their faces! Guests Noreen and Meli spill their anti-aging secrets – all easy, at-home tips that don’t require a facelift or perfect genes.
Guests Meli, Candice, and Vera reveal how old they really are. Then, they share what they do at home every day to look and feel half their age.
Can you guess how old guest Vera is? She reveals her age and what she eats every day to look and feel young and healthy. Plus, Dr. Oz presents the at-home quiz you can take to find out your skin’s real age.
Dr. Oz presents a short, 3-question quiz, developed with the help of dermatologists. If you are over 30 years old, follow along to get a better picture of your skin’s current condition.
Dr. Oz introduces his father, who is over 90 years old, to learn his secret to living a long and healthy life. Then, Nobel laureate Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn and psychologist Dr. Elissa Epel explain the connection between lobsters and aging.
Psychologist Dr. Elissa Epel and Nobel laureate Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn explain how telomeres, or protective DNA sequences, can slow down aging in the body. Then, Dr. Oz demonstrates why telomeres are important.
Are expensive anti-aging products more effective? Should you stop using anti-aging products once you see improvement? Find out the truth behind the most common anti-aging myths.
Dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe reveals the effective ingredients that can treat dark skin spots, build collagen, prevent saggy skin, and more!
Women share how they cracked the code to defying their age and share simple solutions with you. Plus, have you ever had a gut feeling something was wrong with your body? Today, women who acted on their premonitions and how it ultimately saved lives.
We’ll reveal three ways you can stop the worrying and ease your anxiety.