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DERM DISCOVERY Park Avenue doctor insists the most important anti-aging habit is free – and 2 other no-cost tips to keep skin young

A NEW York-based aesthetics doctor has shared his top tip to combat aging that doesn't cost a thing.

He also revealed two other free tips that promote anti-aging and require minimal effort.

Based in New York City with a new practice on Park Avenue in Manhattan, Dr. Alexander Golberg is board-certified in family medicine, osteopathic, anti-aging, and regenerative medicine.

With over 25 years of experience, he has also observed interesting trend patterns based on his patients' life events and his incredible before and afters can be seen on his Instagram.

Not everyone has the funds to hit up a doctor with a swanky Manhattan address, so he revealed his most important anti-aging habit with The U.S. Sun.


Dr. Golberg offered free methods to maintain a youthful appearance that anyone can do. It will also help repair the skin and keep you looking young.

His last budget-friendly tip can also be relaxing and decrease stress overall.

Incorporate facial exercises into your daily wellness routine.

It can help tone facial muscles and reduce the skin from sagging, so it maintains a tight appearance.


Dr. Golberg admitted that even though his free tips are beneficial, there's likely more that needs to be done to see results.

"Unfortunately, skincare products, sunscreen, and water will only get us to a certain point," he said.

For his aging skin, he prefers to use exosomes, skin boosters, and PDO threads.

"These treatments help rejuvenate the skin, stimulate collagen production, and improve overall skin texture and appearance," he explained.

According to a study published in the journal Cell Communication and Signaling, exosomes have many beneficial effects because they "contain various biological molecules that can help to promote skin repair and regeneration."

Incorporating cutting-edge technologies like PRF exosomes skin boosters enhances the body's natural ability to rejuvenate itself, the expert said.

"My entire philosophy is based on the idea that the body has natural healing capabilities, " he said.

"Any patient who steps into my practice gets their own personalized treatment, whether it be for skincare, functional medicine, and pain management."


Dr. Golberg also suggested several skincare items to incorporate into your regimen.

He recommended using products that contain retinol and vitamin C.

"Those vitamins are essential for promoting skin renewal and combating oxidative stress," he said.

Dr. Golberg also suggested using hydrating moisturizers and sunscreen to protect against UV damage and gentle exfoliants to encourage cell turnover and keep the skin smooth.



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