The surprising way to ERASE SIGNS OF AGING

Cold weather triggers dry skin for millions of women, but thankfully, there’s a simple way to restore your glow: black currant seed oil. It’s rich in gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), a fatty acid that ratchets up skin’s moisture content to diminish wrinkles and sagging. I advise taking two gel capsules of black currant seed oil twice daily. You can also open a capsule and apply it directly to your face and neck both morning and night, letting it soak in before applying moisturizer. Bonus: GLA is proven to cut the liver’s production of cholesterol.

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