Beauty Tips: Is There Any Truth Behind Grandma's Skin Secrets?

She looks great, but do the rituals she swears by actually work?
standing in home
standing in home

Her hugs are healing, her chicken soup should be prescribed at the pharmacy and her beauty secrets? Well, some seem a little out there.

Grandma's a stunner, for sure, but do the old-fashioned skin and beauty rituals she swears by actually work?

We asked our Twitter community to share their grandmothers' best beauty advice. And from your answers one thing is clear: Nana's not afraid to tell you what she thinks. So we took some of that advice to the experts -- Dr. Jessica Krant, board-certified dermatologist, Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center and founder of Art of Dermatology, and Deborah Burnes, CEO and founder of sumbody and the author of "Look Great, Live Green" -- to figure out what works and what doesn't.

Read through then tell us, what was your grandma's top beauty tip?

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Grandma's Beauty Secrets

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