Plastic surgeon Dr. Drew Ordon has Barbara, 62, try Neova DNA Total Repair to treat her age spots.
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New Treatment to Reverse Age Spots Jim: Tina all of your body and right now Dr. Ordon is in our Reverse Spa and tells what you’re doing back there Dr. Ordon? Dr. Ordon: You’re in the Reverse Spa. What do I do in the Reverse Spa? Well, we reverse aging. And to help show something is Barbara, a delightful guest from Carlsbad, California, right? Barbara: Right. Dr. Ordon: And what was primary concern Barbara? Barbara: Age spots. Dr. Ordon: Age spots, so those darn spots, brown spots sort of coffee colored you got in your face and? Barbara: In your hands, your arms. Dr. Ordon: Sometimes those hands give it away. And you know actually, we came across a new product Neova DNA repair cream and we gain this to Barbara. She’s been pretty good about it. I think for the last two weeks, she’s been applying it to her arms and her hands, correct? Barbara: Yeah. Dr. Ordon: To work on those brown spots that she doesn’t like. So after two weeks, what do you think? Barbara: I’m really impressed with it. Dr. Ordon: Really? Barbara: You know, yes my hands have lightened up incredibly and then I have one spot which has almost disappeared. Dr. Ordon: Well, we want to get to that one second. I mean this is a product I’ve never off and what they’re claiming here is that they're repairing damaged DNA in the cells of your skin being done through specific enzymes that rebuilt that DNA. You know, I haven’t look at all the science on but you know, if the results have worked for her, why not. So this is the cream and what you’re been doing is just you’ve been applying a little bit on there, everyday, right? And for two weeks, and you have one spot in particular that you think you got a really nice result in just two weeks, correct? Barbara: Yes. Dr. Ordon: So we want to show that to everybody. I mean in general you think this brown spots on your hand have lightened, right? Barbara: Yes, they’ve all lightened. Dr. Ordon: But specifically right here you can see that one that she had originally right adjacent to the vein there and now after two weeks, that’s faded for you nicely. So I think before you even start putting this all over your face, right? Barbara: Oh, yes. Dr. Ordon: And your hands because it supposed to also help for fine lines and it help with the texture of the skin and actually help reduce the size of pores. So good stuff, you may want me want to give it a try. Dr. Shears: Is there any downside to it? Dr. Ordon: You know, I’ve read the ingredients here and they seem to be all natural ingredients. I don’t see anything that’s exfoliate or really peeling the skin. I’m not saying really any depigmentation type products in this. So it’s really her cream and it’s work for her. Jim: So trying to understand, I know Doctor Ordon, you didn’t do 10 hours of research on this but is it antioxidants in the cream that are helping to repair? Dr. Ordon: Well, that’s what aging is all about. It’s those free radicals that are causing oxidation within cells. That’s what causes aging. So if want to repair that damage, you would want to use antioxidants that help repair DNA that little that messenger part of those cells and this is supposedly what’s doing.
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