Skin-deep Nutrition

Palmer, Sharon
May 2005
Massage Magazine;May/Jun2005, Issue 115, p96
Discusses the increasing popularity of cosmeceuticals, or products that claim to have medicinal and anti-aging properties. Projected growth of the industry by 2007; Scientists' claim that a balanced diet is the best solution for healthy skin; Necessity of consuming a variety of fruits and vegetables; Finding that certain foods were associated with less skin wrinkling; Concern about the potential misuse of dietary supplements. INSET: Good for you, good for your skin.


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