Have you heard about the “Chinese beauty secret that makes years disappear”? Woman's World magazine’s October 29 issue featured quotes from our very own Dr. Linda Miles D.O.M., on how to promote younger-looking skin with the 2,000-year-old Chinese massage technique Gua Sha. Gua Sha basically involves scraping the skin. Traditionally, it is done with a piece of water buffalo horn but a tablespoon or shoe horn with smooth edges works just as well. Therefore, it is an inexpensive anti-aging technique that can be done in the comfort of your own home. It helps diminish the look of fine lines and wrinkles, visibly firm skin and promote a youthful radiance. Additionally, while moisturizing your skin is an essential step in preparing your skin for this technique, Woman’s World also featured our Soothing Moisturizing Crème that contains anti-aging antioxidant Pycnogenol® extracted from Maritime pine bark. Ideal for all skin types, especially red, irritated, sensitive skin, this fragrance-free, silky and nourishing crème diminishes the look of fine lines and wrinkles, and supports collagen and elastin health for a younger-looking complexion. For step by step instructions on the Gua Sha technique, click here. Gua Sha GIVEAWAY! 5 Will WIN! Leave a comment here telling us your favorite beauty secret and be entered to win one of five Soothing Moisturizing Crèmes! Winners will be notified in the comments section of this blog post. Giveaway ends November 13, 2012. Click here for official rules.