Humans can greatly accelerate their rate of skin aging. For instance, a 35-year-old woman will look older if she smokes cigarettes, eats overcooked foods, avoids fresh fruits and vegetables, and/or over exposes her skin to ultraviolet sunlight.
Just as there are proven ways to speed up skin degeneration, there now are documented methods to prevent and reverse it.
The population is revolting against unsightly skin deterioration by taking extraordinary steps to preserve the radiance of youth. The result is that aging people today do not have to look as old as previous generations.
This article uncovers novel approaches to looking younger that are available for the first time to the general public.