NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Jan 11, 2013) - In its first week in bookstores, 7 Years Younger (Hearst, January 2, 2013) earned a spot on the New York Times bestsellers list, ranking #3 in the "Advice, How-To and Miscellaneous Hardcover Best Sellers" category, to be published on January 20.
Conceived by the editors of Good Housekeeping, 7 Years Younger is a revolutionary, scientifically-backed anti-aging guide that helps women look and feel seven years younger in just seven weeks. The 7 Years Younger book is the first program to take a comprehensive integrated approach to anti-aging, addressing skincare, makeup, hair care, nutrition, fitness, emotional health, sleep, and brain games, to help women look and feel youthful inside and out.
With over 120,000 copies in print, 7 Years Younger stands out as a top health and wellness book during the crowded "new year, new you" season.
Through the strategic use of social media including Facebook, Twitter, and select Hearst titles, the 7 Years Younger brand has developed a large audience in recent months by tweeting and posting tips and advice to women around the country.
7 Years Younger and Editor-in-Chief of Good Housekeeping Rosemary Ellis were featured on The Dr. Oz Show December 31st re-airing on January 7th, and appear on the TODAY Show on January 11th.
7 Years Younger is available in hardcover and as an ebook online and through bookstores nationwide. For more information, please visit www.7YearsYounger.com.
About Good Housekeeping:
Founded in 1885, Good Housekeeping magazine reaches nearly 21 million readers each month. In addition to the print title, there is The Good Housekeeping Research Institute, the consumer product evaluation laboratory dedicated to improving the lives of consumers and their families through education and product evaluation. Readers can also interact with the brand on the digital front, with Good Housekeeping mobile (m.goodhousekeeping.com), at Goodhousekeeping.com and through its GH@Home and Anti-Aging Beauty Shopper iPhone apps. Follow Good Housekeeping on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and on the Inside the Institute blog.