Fine Lines

Volume 1, Issue 4

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Page 6 of 15 7 Today, estheticians have a host of beneficial ingredients and treatments to address many of the signs of visible aging as they manifest on the skin, starting in the 20s. At home: Combine weekly clay-based masks with a daily regimen of a seaweed-based product that provides hydrating, nourishing, and antioxidant properties. Seaweeds such as Laminaria digitata and Ascophyllum nodosum are natural sources of 12 vitamins, including B12, C, E, K, and beta carotene; 18 amino acids; and 42 trace elements. Essential fatty acids help maintain the skin moisture barrier, while alginic acid helps lock moisture into the skin.

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