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What Your Facial Wrinkles May Be Trying to Tell You

Reader's Digest Logo By Jennifer McCaffery of Reader's Digest | Slide 2 of 7: Women who looked younger than their years tended to have less facial sagging and lower blood pressure, according to a 2013 study. That’s likely a combination of two things: The younger-looking women have a healthier vascular system and they protect their skin, says Omer Ibrahim, MD, FAAD, a dermatologist based in Chicago and a spokesperson for the American Academy of Dermatology. 'What I’ve seen in my practice is that people who take good care of their skin tend to nurture their bodies as well,' Ibrahim says. Here are 9 tips dermatologists shared to look younger.

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Women who looked younger than their years tended to have less facial sagging and lower blood pressure, according to a 2013 study. That’s likely a combination of two things: The younger-looking women have a healthier vascular system and they protect their skin, says Omer Ibrahim, MD, FAAD, a dermatologist based in Chicago and a spokesperson for the American Academy of Dermatology. "What I’ve seen in my practice is that people who take good care of their skin tend to nurture their bodies as well," Ibrahim says. Here are 9 tips dermatologists shared to look younger.
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