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How to look young, these 20 natural anti-ageing tips will make you fall in love with yourself

There’s nothing wrong with ageing. In fact, you should embrace and enjoy every step of the journey. Still the most common beauty search for many women is for the fountain of youth. Even if you’re not looking to get Botox or resort to other extreme measures, chances are you are still trying to age as slowly as possible. In your 30s or 40s? To get that killer, wrinkle-less skin , you’ve probably tested every wrinkle-fighting cream.

But if you’re still not satisfied, you have other options. And they’re completely natural.There are easy, affordable (and needle-free) ways to keep skin looking youthful and attractive.

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“The 30s are a decisive decade. It’s finally time to get serious about skin care and to establish a dedicated routine,” Dr Amitabh Kumar, skin specialist, Max Hospital, Delhi says.

Skin specialist with AMRI Hospital, Prasanjit Bhattacharya too believes that “it’s possible to keep a youthful look for a very long time.”

is it good to use a lot of skin car products?

well, I was shopping online at sephora and they had so many cleansers, toners, masks, scrubs, and so on..... any ways is it good to use all of that in one day ? or like layer your skin care products on top of each other? does it affect the products or


Yes, you need to use all of that skincare products, they're great for you.


Absolutely not! the scrubs will only keep taking the outer layer of your skin off and masks should only be used once a week to prevent drying out your face. you should use cleanser, toner, and moisturizer on a daily basis. twice a day but only toner at

In your opinion what would be the best course of treatment for someone over the age of 50 with Panic disorder?

My Father is 58. he is an alcoholic and has had depression for quite some time. In the last few weeks he has been experiencing extreme panic attacks. He said he would go to the Doctor but is now refusing. I think he is becoming agoraphobic as well.


your dad needs to take one problem at a time, and unfortunately it will be up to him to make real change. You however can put resources in front of him and be as supportive as possible should he ask for or be willing to take help. You might also try


your dad needs to take one problem at a time, and unfortunately it will be up to him to make real change. You however can put resources in front of him and be as supportive as possible should he ask for or be willing to take help. You might also try