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SAVE YOUR SKIN CELLS... with antioxidants
Recent research indicates that antioxidants can help slow down the aging processes of our
skin and our bodies. But how do they do it?

The simple explanation is that antioxidants "mop up" free radicals, which are unstable
molecules that destroy skin cells.

Free radicals occur naturally throughout the body, but they also can be caused by external
factors such as sunlight, cigarette smoking and alcohol consumption. When free radicals
threaten to overwhelm the cell's defense mechanism, it produces an increase in
pro-inflammatory chemicals kill skin cells - as well as enzymes that literally eat up skin
collagen. Skin, which is made up mostly of collagen, has no defense against these enzymes.

There are only 2 ways to combat the destructive course of free radicals: use anti-aging
skincare products loaded with great antioxidants like vitamins A, C and E, and eat plenty of
antioxidant-rich fruits and veggies.

Foods that provide

skin-revitalizing antioxidants:
Brazil nuts
Sweet potatoes
Blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, raspberries and cranberries
Green tea
the stuff that keeps
skin looking young
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A facelift, or rhytidectomy, is designed to smooth and tighten the appearance of the face and neck by pulling back the skin and underlying tissues and removing excess fat.

The surgeon makes an incision in the natural contour of the ear, which extends around the earlobe and back into the hairline, then pulls loose skin up and back, while removing excess skin. Ideally, this results in firmer, yet natural-looking skin.

If you are considering a facelift, there are some things you should consider first.

Cost: Facelift surgeries cost thousands of dollars, and with a recovery time of two to four weeks, there is also a potential for lost wages, depending on your work situation.

Recovery time: As mentioned about, most face lift surgeries require a minimum of two weeks of rest. This period often involves bruising, swelling, pain and discomfort. The patient may also experience numbness in the face.

Potential complications: All surgeries come with risks such as infections, adverse reactions to anesthesia and permanent damage to underlying structures.

Results cannot be undone: Once you surgically alter your appearance, there is no turning back. For examples of facelifts gone terribly wrong, Google "bad plastic surgery."

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