London-based psychologist Linda Papadopoulos is out to shrink wrinkles. Rather than battling them with a battery of Botox-filled syringes, however, her armory includes the power of positive thought and mood-enhancing active skin care products. Her line, dubbed PsyDerma, which bow ed on the U.K.’s QVC shopping channel in November, plays on the concept that zapping stress is the first step in an efficient skin care regimen.
“Everything from blushing when we’re shy to sweating when we’re anxious is our psychology being expressed through our skin,” says Papadopoulos, who has published a plethora of psychology papers and books. “The last time my skin was glowing was when I was happy.”
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