Everyone thinks I'm 10 years younger than I am thanks to my free anti-aging hack, they never realize I'm a mom to twins | The Sun
A MOM who is often mistaken for being a decade younger has revealed she routinely uses a free anti-aging hack.
She explained that her DIY beauty treatment slows the visible signs of skin aging, including jowls and puffy eyebags.
Netty D. Inojales (@nettyino) has racked up almost 88,000 followers on TikTok, where she gives a glimpse into her life as a mom of twins.
She took to the social media platform to reveal how she is delaying the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on her face.
“I’ve been getting compliments that I look in my 20s but I’m actually 32," she said.
“If you’re still not doing lymphatic drainage facial massages you’re missing out.
“This is another step in my skincare that I added to amplify things. You’re only going to need your hands and a good serum.
“I use Snail White’s double-boosting anti-aging serum. It has two serums in one.
“The anti-aging serum has snail mucin, hydrolyzed collagen, microalgae, and ceramides HP which helps brighten your complexion and reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
“Then the lifting serum has fullerene and hyaluronic acid.
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“It’s so convenient because it’s two serums in one, you don’t have to apply and get another to apply.”
Snail White’s double-boosting ant-aging serum costs $35 on the Skin Vitality USA website.
“The lymphatic drainage massage encourages blood flow and encourages collagen production," Netty continued.
“Lymph flow also depuffs your face, lessens lines, and lessens your wrinkles.”
The beauty guru applied the serum lightly to her skin as she revealed her dermatologist told her to ensure she puts it on her neck as well as her face.
She explained the massage process, saying: “First is right behind your ears doing down the neck. Do this five to ten times and then under the neck.”
She rolled her knuckles in a downward motion underneath her chin.
Netty claimed the action helps to get rid of a double chin and lessens skin sagging.
“I get water retention here,” she said as she repeated the motion on her cheeks.
She advised massaging the area five to 10 times to reduce smile lines.
Netty then depuffed her undereye bags with an upward sweeping motion.
She said: “And then under the eyes be gentle, don’t pull it too much.
“Last but not least your forehead. Make sure to go towards your hairline.”
She revealed that she does the massage twice a day depending on how puffy her skin looks when she wakes up.
“If you’re going out make sure to use Snail White’s gold anti-aging day cream it has SPF and locks in moisture,” Netty added.
Skin Vitality USA stocks Snail White’s gold cream on its website for $40.
Active ingredients include snail potion, 24-karat gold, red algae, niacinamide, and hyaluronic acid.
Over 2.5 million people watched Netty’s video and it received over 210,000 likes.
One person wrote: “People keep commenting that 32 isn’t old but I’ve seen 32-year-olds on here that look 50. Soo I’m going to listen to you.”
Another said: “My grandma taught me this and until her passing her skin was amazing at 90 years old, with hardly any wrinkles.”
A third chimed in: “I’m 43, looking 25 and I also continue doing that. No need for an expensive derma for me.”
Lymphatic massages have been used throughout the years to treat medical conditions that involve swelling in the body’s tissues.
According to Healthline, there is limited evidence to support claims that massage can be beneficial for anti-aging.
Dermatologist George Cotsareli has questioned if it’s possible for people to have lymphatic drainage issues in their facial area.
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“If you do, you’re certainly not going to get a facial to solve them.
"A normal person does not have lymphatic problems on their face,” he said.
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