I’m 54 and my skin is a flex – I’ve seen a dramatic change by using the king and queen of my anti-aging skincare routine

A 54-YEAR-OLD woman has shared her secret to looking youthful and radiant.

She saw a dramatic change in her skin after incorporating the king and queen of anti-aging into her diet.

53-year-old mother Christina said her skin is very soft


53-year-old mother Christina said her skin is very softCredit: tiktok @cristina.noh

Mother and wife Christina Noh (@cristina.noh) is proud of her healthy skin.

in one TikTok videosshe shared what she does that “99% of #skintok would tell you not to do.”

“At 54, my skin has no wrinkles,” she says. Back in February, seven months ago, my skin was wrinkle-free.”

She revealed that she exfoliates regularly and advises others to do it daily as part of their skin care routine.

“Maximize your anti-aging skin care routine by increasing your exfoliation frequency,” she wrote in the video caption.

Also says “Tretinoin is your king” and “Exfoliation is your queen”.

Christina describes it as a “geranium garden” where you have to prune the flowers and exfoliate the dead skin.

“It allows for larger, healthier blooms,” she added.

There are many ways to exfoliate – use toner after washing your face, wash your face, double exfoliate as a face wash, peel off pads, masks, gloves, etc.

“Exfoliants range from very gentle to very strong. Consider your skin’s sensitivity,” the caption reads.

She recommends starting off twice a week and then gradually increasing it without drying out your skin.

Some people appreciated her beauty and innocence.

“Your skin is killing it,” one viewer wrote, while another said: “Totally agree.”

“Oh my God!! Now I’m a girl in love with you!! I’m such a scrubs girl!!” another added.

One fan raved: “I agree that exfoliation helps your skin a lot.

She says Tretinoin is king and exfoliation is queen in her skin care routine


She says Tretinoin is king and exfoliation is queen in her skin care routineCredit: tiktok @cristina.noh

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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