From expensive skin care products to spending thousands on surgery, there are many different ways people try to turn back time.
But a 70-year-old woman who defies youth has shared her best anti-aging tip — and the good news is, it won’t break the bank.
In a clip shared on TikTok (@treshonlyniece) a woman named Treshon Lyniece was seen smiling next to her age-defying grandma and said, “I ask my 70-year-old grandma what her beauty secrets are.”
She then turns to her relative and asks, “What are your tips for staying young?”
“The girls want to know — we want to know what the tea is… what’s the skincare routine?”
Treshon’s grandmother shares her top tips for fighting fine lines and wrinkles, starting by noting that she doesn’t drink or smoke.
However, there is one beauty product she swears by: the Dove scrub.
Dove Body Scrub, which comes in the scents of crushed macadamia and rice milk or pomegranate seeds and shea butter and costs £6.99, claims it “nourishes your skin leaving you feeling soft and smooth after every shower”.
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Not stopping that, Treshon’s grandma adds, “I pray a lot… Amen, I love God.”
The video has since gone viral, garnering thousands of views and hundreds of comments from social media users.
“You and your grandma are beautiful,” praised one.
A second commented: “Crazy how young she looks.”
A third gushed: “She looks amazing!!!”
Meanwhile, a fourth commented: “She is STUNNING!!!”
Another added: “She kills the game.”
And another agreed: “My 73-year-old mum said to hug her for her. She said ’70s ladies need to stick together.”
“She is beautiful and so are you.”
Elsewhere, Fabulous Digital previously revealed that a 73-year-old woman is often told she looks decades younger — and it’s all thanks to an 89p trick she swears by when it comes to turning back time.
In response to requests from social media users for her anti-aging tips, Lynne Zekis – who calls herself a “silver sister” because of her gray hair – revealed the two tricks she swears by to look young.
“I’ve done lymphatic drainage massage and gua sha and it works wonders,” she says.
Gua sha is a traditional Chinese medicine practice that uses a tool to scrape people’s skin to create mild petechiae – and the tool can cost as little as 89p online.