Sunscreen Study: Slather It on to Slow Aging

Australian researchers found daily use of sunscreen defends against wrinkles, sagging skin.
0:25 | 06/04/13

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Transcript for Sunscreen Study: Slather It on to Slow Aging
Medical -- an easy way to look younger for the first time a study shows. Year round use of sun screen can actually slow the aging process preventing wrinkles even in middle -- creature researchers found -- people who -- the stuff on at least one today. Had 24% less aging. Of the skin makes sense and in -- I -- -- didn't realize representative. I have rarely had gotten rid of in the sun.

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