Foods That Firm Your Face

Hart, Jolene
July 2012
Organic Spa Magazine;Jul2012, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p48
The article discusses food consumption that provides care and hygiene for the face. It notes that building blocks of skin cells and collagen can be offered by food nutrients. It mentions that excess acidity can result in inflammation, poor skin tone, and the reduced ability of cells to produce collagen. INSET: Beauty Boosters.


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