Wearing sunscreen everyday slows the aging process

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NAMBOUR, AUSTRALIA – People do all kinds of serious stuff to look young and beautiful, but a new study says there is one simple solution, sunscreen.

The Annals of Internal Medicine says lathering on some SPF everyday makes folks 24 percent less likely to show signs of aging. But it has to be everyday. Researchers reportedly believe the numbers could have been even more staggering, but when they periodically weighed participants’ sunscreen bottles, they found about three-fourths of the group only actually applied their sunblock three to four times a week.

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