I’m 48 and look like I’m in my 30s – my secret anti-aging ingredient is necessary to look 10-15 years younger

A WOMAN searching for the elixir of life thinks she may have found it.

At 48, she looks like she’s in her 30s and it’s all thanks to her secret anti-aging ingredient.

TikTok user Michelle Silva researches anti-aging products


TikTok user Michelle Silva researches anti-aging productsCredit: TikTok/therealmichellesilva
She highly recommends Retinol


She highly recommends RetinolCredit: TikTok/therealmichellesilva

She noted this miracle cream to help her look 10-15 years younger.

For this woman, this product is the “Gold Standard”.

“What is the secret anti-aging ingredient to preserving a youthful appearance?” asked Michelle Silva (@therealmichellesilva).

She has 61,000 followers of “anti-aging tips I learned in the beauty industry” on her TikTok.

Michelle became convinced after a while of the effectiveness of a product.

“Retinol is the gold standard when it comes to anti-aging,” she says with conviction.

“It is an anti-aging ingredient that helps protect your skin.”

Her experience of using the product over a period of more than 20 years has proven to her that there is no other cream like it.

“I can guarantee that it is all true. I’m 48 years old and look like I’m 30 years old.

“It’s not the flexibility. It’s the retinol that works best.”

What does this magical ingredient do?

She explains to viewers how it works: “Retinol helps remove dead skin cells, leaving behind new, healthier skin cells, making the skin smoother and more even-toned.

“It increases collagen production and improves cell turnover.

“The production of collagen then helps firm the skin, fighting signs of aging.”

This includes eliminating the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

“I am not a skin care expert but I am an expert on my skin,” she wrote.

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“My consistent use of Retinol for the past 20 years has helped protect my skin.”

One commenter wholeheartedly agreed: “However, we still hear a lot of objections to it. Retinols are the gold standard.”

One commenter agrees Retinol is the'gold standard'


One commenter agrees Retinol is the ‘gold standard’Credit: TikTok/therealmichellesilva

Edmuns DeMars

Edmund DeMarche is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Edmund DeMarche joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing edmund@ustimespost.com.

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