Anti-Aging Beauty Club #11

by Linda Robison

Hello and Welcome!

Summer may have left your skin looking congested, discolored, dull, and wrinkled. 

But fall is the perfect time to give your skin a refresh with at-home exfoliating peels. They can help lighten dark spots, unclog pores, reduce wrinkles, and rejuvenate your skin.

But here's the thing: most exfoliation methods can leave mature skin looking dry, parched, or dehydrated. 😱

Don't worry, I'm here to guide you through a simple, inexpensive beauty hack that can help hydrate your complexion overnight.

Let's dive right in!

Slugging After At-Home Chemical Peels


Have you ever heard of slugging?

It's a skincare technique that involves applying a thick layer of an occlusive moisturizer, like petroleum jelly, to your face as the last step in your evening skincare routine.

I know what you're thinking: "Ew, why would I want to put petroleum jelly on my face?"

Well, hear me out! Slugging has a lot of benefits for your skin. Continue reading to learn more...

In Anti-Aging News...

woman on scale

What is Ozempic face?

Doctors warn about facial aging side effect of weight loss diabetes medications.

Ozempic, a medication for type 2 diabetes and obesity, may cause facial aging as a side effect.

A recent study found that 26% of participants who took Ozempic for at least six months reported facial aging, such as loss of volume in the cheeks and temples, and sagging skin around the jawline.

The researchers believe this side effect is likely due to Ozempic's ability to cause rapid weight loss and dehydration.

If you take Ozempic, be aware of the potential for facial aging and talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of taking the medication.


1. Doctors Warn of Facial Aging Side Effect of Diabetes Medication

"I may be a senior, but I'm still hot!"

~Betty White

Thank you for joining me! I look forward to seeing you next month!

Until next time,


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