At the Good Housekeeping event, we were told all about the book. There are chapters on:
We also got to sample some of the suggestions from the book. In the nutrition lab we tasted some of the delicious foods made from recipes in 7 Years Younger. In the beauty lab we received makeovers from the staff at Laura Geller. And in the Visia Consultation Room I had my face scanned and was given a readout on how my skin compared to others of my age in a variety of areas.
Check out this video that I took of Rosemary Ellis, the editor in Chief of Good Housekeeping discussing the conception of 7 Years Younger.
|Me and Laura Geller|
The reason that I trust the recommendations in a book written by Good Housekeeping editors, is that I know that they test everything thoroughly before recommending. Here are some of the products I received, listed in the book, that I am truly enjoying:
- Kinerase Restructure Firming Cream
- Loreal Paris Advanced RevitaLift Deep-Set Wrinkle Repair night Creme
- Mary Kay TimeWise Replenishing Serum+C
One of the most important areas of advice to remember is that skin, makeup and hair products alone won't make you look younger. Diet, fitness and health play a large part. It is so important to take care of yourself. I can't say enough good things about the new book, 7 Years Younger: The Revolutionary 7-Week Aging Plan.
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Full Disclosure: I received the 7 Years Younger Book and beauty products during my visit. All opinions are my own.