April 20, 2014
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6 Skin Flaws that Give Away Your Age

6 Skin Flaws that Give Away Your Age

Your skin ages right along with the rest of you. But as you get wiser and more worldly, your skin can look worse for the wear. Reveal younger-looking skin by dealing with these 6 aging skin give-aways.

Are you showing your age?Are you showing your age?

When you gaze at your reflection in a mirror, you most often look at your face. But the mirror of time reveals several places on your body that can really give away your age. More...

Are you starting to see age spots?Are you starting to see age spots?

Nothing says "aging skin" like age spots. Discover how you can diminish the look of these spots of discolored or uneven skin. More...

Can you spot rough scaly patches?Can you spot rough scaly patches?

Find out if you're likely to develop actinic keratosis, rough scaly skin patches that can age your skin. More...

Got blotchy skin?Got blotchy skin?

What can you do about blotchy skin or uneven skin tone and discoloration that can make you look older than you are? More...

Broken blood vessels on your face?Broken blood vessels on your face?

As you age, you may be more prone to dilated or broken blood vessels that can show on the surface of your skin. More...

Don't forget your hands!Don't forget your hands!

Since you don't hide them beneath makeup, your hands can become clear age-giveaways. More...

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