Longevity Magazine

Y YOUTH

Anti-aging has been the hottest topic for decades. It’s clear that wrinkles are “bad” and eternal youth is “good”. But lately there has been a shift in thinking towards aging gracefully, and away from expensive “quick-fix” products.

Millennials want dermatological, solution-focused lifestyle habits.

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