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Beauty Expert Paula Begoun and the Paula’s Choice Research Team Share Tips on How Women Can Give Their Skin More Antioxidants for a Youthful Glow


Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) December 28, 2012

Antioxidants are an absolute must for radiant, smooth, younger looking skin. Whether part of a well balanced diet or applied topically, antioxidants can help the complexion. Internationally known beauty expert Paula Begoun and her Paulas Choice Research Team share tips on how women can give their skin more antioxidantswithout spending a lot of money.

A key tip: Dont focus on one miracle antioxidant touted by a cosmetics company. There are so many great antioxidants, and when used in combination they help skin look and act younger, while also repairing damage. Just like a diet, eating one food with antioxidants, like grapes or spinach, wont keep the body healthy and young. Likewise for skin care, when women get caught up in the search for the best antioxidants, it almost certainly guarantees they wont end up using the best products. With this in mind, here are five easy ways to add more antioxidants to any skin-care routine:

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