Dr. Sears

Formulated by World-Renowned
Anti-Aging Pioneer Dr. Al Sears


Archive | May, 2012

Petal-Soft Skin from the Inside Out

There’s something important I want to tell you today. Something cosmetic companies and dermatologists will never admit to. The secret to glowing, supple skin that turns heads wherever you go isn’t at the bottom of some expensive cream or prescription lotion tube. In fact, it has absolutely nothing to do with what you put on […]

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Which Foods Give You a Beautiful Smile?

Recent studies have shown that what you eat can have both a positive and a negative impact on your oral health. The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) wants to help uncover the smile secrets in your kitchen with an e-booklet entitled, Recipes for a Healthier Smile, featuring delicious new recipes using key ingredients to […]

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How to Be Smart Sexy and Energetic

You might say the “Big O” is at the center of everything… And of course, that sudden release or wave of pleasure is what most of us crave most about sex. But is there something better? Something that’s even MORE satisfying?

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A Stronger Smoother Manicure

Are your nails brittle? Do they crack or peel more often than they used to? The solution could be easier than you think. For starters, try giving your nails a quick filing every other day. That keeps the edges smooth so they’re less likely to snag and break. Always file in the same direction – […]

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Do You Know Resveratrol’s Anti-Aging Cousin?

Resveratrol has made a lot of headlines for everything it can do for your body. It helps maintain circulation and blood pressure, is a powerful antioxidant, and promotes healthy arteries. It even activates your “anti-aging genes” called sirtuins. Sirtuins put your cells into “slow down” mode and can extend lifespan. Resveratrol used to be the […]

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The Tea That Melts Fat

Have you ever noticed how you feel a little hot and sweaty after eating a big meal? Well, there’s more to it than just having a full stomach. When you eat, your body creates heat and energy. It’s called “diet-induced thermogenesis.” Here’s how it works…

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As a Woman, You Need to Know This

When I put my hands on my patient T.H.’s stomach and saw her wince, I knew she was in a lot of pain… “It hurts all the time. The other doctors I went to told me they don’t know what caused it. I could either live with it, or get a… hysterectomy.” I knew from […]

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What Your Nail Color Says About You

Mother’s Day is just around the corner and women everywhere are thinking about what to wear on their special day. Don’t forget to think about your nails as part of your wardrobe. What does your nail color say about you? Do you ever look at other people’s nails and immediately get an impression about their […]

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Fight Wrinkles Before They Start

What if there was a way to stop wrinkles before they even appear? And what if you could smooth out any wrinkles you already have by fighting them deep beneath your skin where they start? A new breakthrough from a red grape extract does both. It penetrates down to the level where wrinkles start. And […]

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Five Tips for Petite Pores

Have you ever heard of Porexia? Mary P. Lupo, the professor of dermatology at Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, coined the term. It describes people who obsess over the size of their pores – and spend a lot of time and effort trying to reduce their size.

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