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(of a product or technique) designed to prevent the appearance of getting older:‘an anti-ageing cream’
- ‘I managed a couple of hours in teh steam room before I went off for my anti-ageing facial.’
- ‘Worldwide, the search for an 'anti-ageing pill' is gathering steam.’
- ‘Blueberries may have disease-protective and anti-ageing properties.’
- ‘No magic anti-ageing treatments have yet been discovered beyond good diet, exercise and luck.’
- ‘Exercise gets a wholehearted thumbs-up from our panelists, who praise the anti-aging virtues of strength training in particular.’
- ‘Green tea is loaded with disease-fighting, anti-aging antioxidants.’
- ‘It's easy to incorporate anti-aging nutrients into your diet.’
- ‘I already use anti-ageing products.’
- ‘We talked to top experts in the field of anti-aging medicine to find out what you should eat to help you age gracefully.’
- ‘I'm very against the whole concept of anti-aging medicine.’
- ‘Brazil nuts top up supplies of anti-ageing selenium and almonds are an easy way to ingest vitamin E.’
- ‘The quick fix solution is adding anti-aging creams to your daily grooming routine.’
- ‘Every dermatologist I have spoken to says sunscreen is the most effective anti-ageing weapon.’
- ‘The first step in any weight loss, body shaping or anti-aging program should be cleansing.’
- ‘I'm innundated with ads for anti-aging products every time I turn on the TV.’
- ‘Individual researchers have tried to speak out against bogus anti-ageing treatments and practitioners, but this can be a tricky business.’
- ‘I took a good long look, didn't mind what I saw, and decided that I could live without the anti-ageing cream.’
- ‘About the only thing these anti-ageing products do is fatten the wallets of those selling them.’
- ‘Tea has also been tipped as an anti-ageing drink because it contains antioxidants.’
- ‘If anything, she thinks her husband's six-year anti-ageing mission has left him more worn out than men of the same age.’
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