How your anti-depressant is aging your skin

Research suggests that as much as 90 percent of the population are either chronically on, or have at some point used anti-depressants. Research further has shown that anti-depressants contribute to accelerated aging in the skin as they damage it on a cellular level, cause an increase in skin wrinkling as well as the loosening of skin. How is this possible? Firstly, let us keep in mind the seven signs if aging, namely: fine lines and wrinkles, sagging skin, dull skin, pigmentation abnormalities, dryness, patchy skin and enlarged pores. Secondly, let…

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