Zoe Clews and Glynis

A taste of Ageless (video)

Glynis Barber Beauty, Diet & Nutrition, Health 2 Comments

The Ageless YouTube channel was first launched in April 2021. Since then I have posted a video every single week. Sometimes it’s just me on my own talking about makeups that I like, skin products, diet, glucose spikes or on one occasion, how to peel a mango! I’ve tackled anxiety, breathing and even hydration.

I’ve had the great privilege to interview many experts in different fields

I’m very grateful that people have been so generous with their time and willing to sit down and talk to me. In fact, some people have even approached me and asked to do a video for Ageless.

I’ve spoken to cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra, skin guru Marie Reynolds, hypnotherapist Zoë Clews and plastic surgeon Dr Aamer Khan to name a few.

What a wealth of information we’ve had from these experts

And what a privilege to be given advice that one would normally have to either pay for or do a lot of research to acquire.

It’s been a LOT of work for sure but Ageless has always been a passion of love for me. Since I started the website 10 years ago, a lot has changed. Social media has taken off to an ever expanding degree and there are a lot of people out there talking about every subject one can think of.

I like to think Ageless still has a uniqueness to it

It tackles wellness and healthy ageing from both the outside AND the inside. I try to make myself available for questions and queries as much as possible and interact with everyone as much as time allows.  I’m pretty much a one woman band however, apart from help from my IT guy here and there. I actually think I spend more time on Ageless than I do on my day job of acting (keeping in mind I’m filming full time at the moment) which is pretty insane when you think about it.

The video today is just a teeny little taste of what I’ve covered with my videos in the last year. If you’d like to show Ageless a little love, you can do so by following Ageless on YouTube, subscribing to the website and following on instagram and FB. That would be very much appreciated.

 

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  1. There’s not too much out there for the 50 + generation (personally 58) most social media is aimed at younger age groups.

    50+ is another transitional period, you are more grounded, have more understanding to what’s important in life, and are more seeking how to maximise well being in mind and body, and it’s mainly the well being aspect that enjoy for myself Glynis, your regular thoughts and musing (delivered in delightful, soft tones) go into the melting pot and have proven to be a good sounding board to what feel is a nice balanced way now maximise my days, so you and all you do are appreciated and make a difference to not just me but sure many others also

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