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Jane Seymour’s Secrets to Silky Skin

Even at 67, Jane Seymour wasn’t afraid to appear in Playboy. Last March she became the oldest woman to pose for the publication, which she has been in three times over the course of her career.
And why not? While the shots are not nude, they highlight her arms and legs where there is nary a sign of saggy skin. Seymour attributes her smooth limbs to a skin-care collection called Crepe Erase, which she was in New York City to promote. Crepe Erase debuted on QVC in 2016 and just rolled out to Ulta Beauty stores in March. Ulta first tested it online where it sold out twice. “The Ulta people can’t keep it in. No one has addressed crepey skin in this way,” explained Seymour.
Seymour almost didn’t become the face of the brand, admitting she was leery at first. “I didn’t want to do something with crepey anything,” Seymour told WWD from a suite at The Smyth Hotel. “Then I looked in the mirror and went ‘oh I have crepey skin, maybe I should try it.’”
Without telling anyone, she applied it for two days. The woman she worked out with accused her of “succumbing,” suggesting Seymour had done a peel

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