The first line of defence for your face

March 2013
Mail on Sunday;3/31/2013, p28
Bathroom shelves heaving with numerous jars of lotions and potions promising to turn back the hands of time? To successfully tackle ageing and what happens to the skin as we get older, we need to look at the role played by free radicals and antioxidants internally in the body and externally on the skin.


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