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Glowing, glowing, gone: Where, oh where, has your radiance gone? In your 30s your skin's inner light appears to dim. You might not consider it a sign of aging, but diminished color, rougher texture, brown spots, and uneven tone is the classic first sign. What's to blame: a slowdown in oil production and cell turnover. (It now takes longer for fresh cells to reach the surface.)
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