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The Right Water To Stay Young
A dry skin is one of the signs of an aging body. As we get old, skin lose sebum, and in turn, lose moisture. Drinking plenty of water is imperative for someone who wants to slow down the signs of aging such as dry skin. Any doctor would say we have to drink at least 8 glasses of water each day. But most of them did not mention what kind of water we should drink. And I guess we ought to know.
Wonder Products For The Skin
There will come a time when you will be tired of those creams, those astringents and those drugs that claim to “make you look younger”. In your attempt to scratch some years off your skin, the frantic search for the perfect drug become harder. Advertising is everywhere; new products emerge almost every day. Even word-of-mouth is difficult to handle. What you don’t know is that the secrets to young-looking skin can be found at the comfort of a very familiar place: your home.
Staying Young - the Japanese Way
The Land of the Rising Sun outweighs all other countries with regards to the proportion of the elderly. About 22% of the population in Japan is 65 or older. It has been estimated that by 2020, the ratio of the elderly to the children will be approximately 3 to 1. The Japanese are, in fact, the most long-lived people on this planet. With that said, Nihon jins must have placed a fountain of youth in their backyard. Well, at the dining table perhaps.