April 09
Beauty tip of the month


Using good skin-care products and developing a routine facial skin-care program will obviously help the skin look better. As the skin ages, production of intercellular cement decreases, which decreases the skin’s ability to hold water. This is dehydration, and it results in a rough-textured appearance. 

Many theories support the use of hydrating agents in lessening the signs of aging. Many researchers believe that good skin care with proper conditioners, free-radical scavengers, stimulating chemicals, hydrating agents, and sunscreens may help lessen the physical aging of the skin. 


Mark Lees                                                                                         Skin Care Beyond the Basics


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