Secrets of Great Skin: The Definitive Guide to Anti-aging Skin Care

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Innova Publishing, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 249 pages
In this authoritative and practical book, Dr. David Goldberg, a board-certified dermatologist and Director of Laser Research at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, makes clear thst beautiful skin is possible for all ages and skin types.

Inside this book you'll discover:
* How to attack age-related changes at the deepest layers of the skin.
* Strategies for dealing with stress and other factors that age the skin prematurely.
* Which foods are best for your skin.
* How to curb hormonal aging and collagen loss.
* How to evaluate a good cleanser, moisturizer, and sunscreen.
* How advanced treatments such as microdermabrasion, laser technology, and botox can help.

At once up-to-date, sensible, and reassuring, Secrets of Great Skin is the definitive guide to beautiful healthy-looking skin for all ages.

Key terms: coq10, sunscreen, sunblock, antioxidants, complexion, serum, skin oil, skin cream, smooth skin, younger looking skin

 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
xiii
SLOWING DOWN THE CLOCK BEAUTY CARE FOR THE TWENTYFIRST CENTURY
1
Options for Aging
3
Why Does My Skin Age and What Can I Do about It?
17
PREVENTION HOW TO KEEP AGING IN CHECK
33
If You Do Nothing Else Do This How to Defeat the Leading Cause of Aging
35
Yes You Can How to Slow the Aging Clock
59
Healthy Eating Means Healthy Skin
75
AgeDefying Home Care Treatments
131
ERASING AGING ADVANCED TREATMENTS FOR A MORE YOUTHFUL YOU
157
New Tools in the Fight Against Aging
159
Waging War on Wrinkles
175
Fashioning the Face of the Future
193
Common Beauty Concerns and Their Treatment
207
Getting Old Can Be Beautiful
229
RESOURCES
235

Curbing Hormonal Aging
95
CARING FOR YOUR SKIN BREAKTHROUGH SKIN CARE TECHNIQUES FOR TURNING BACK THE CLOCK
107
How to Keep Your Skin Looking Its Best at Any Age
109
BIBLIOGRAPHY
239
INDEX
245
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