Dr James Denny: Look younger and healthier the smart way
The pursuit of looking younger has captivated humanity since the dawn of time and shows no signs of slowing down: in 2023 the beauty and personal care market is worth around $625bn, according to research firm Statista.
And if you watched our exclusive interview with Bryan Johnson, the Silicon Valley tech billionaire turned “longevity athlete”, who is investing millions of dollars per year to try and reverse his biological age, you’ll know that he is just an extreme example of many people who spend eye-watering sums on trying to look years younger than they really are.
The good news for you is that you don’t need to break the bank to roll back the years.
Because if you want to improve the health and vitality of your biggest organ, and the one the outside world instantly judges as a sign of your overall physical and mental wellbeing – your skin – then help is at hand.
We spoke to Dr James Denny, a consultant dermatologist at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and co-founder and CEO of online dermatology service skindoc, to discover exactly how you can take better care of your skin to quickly and effortlessly make your face appear younger, healthier and brighter.
In our in-depth conversation he also reveals which creams, potions and supplements are worth your hard-earned cash for improving skin tone, texture, appearance and brightness, and which are a waste of money. He also details how diet, exercise and pollution all have a major impact on the condition of your skin, and what you can do – starting today – to mitigate the risks and stack the odds in your favour of better, more vibrant skin.