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Anti-Aging Tips From Marie Helvin

One Woman's Anti-Aging Secrets Are Common Sense

We all grow older, but there are definitely ways to do it more gracefully and happily. Model Marie Helvin, who'll be turning 58 this year, recently wrote about how she's "kept her looks" as she's aged. Her advice is pretty sound: wear sunscreen, exercise, eat well, get enough sleep, moisturize, don't smoke, eat less red meat. They're all things that just make you healthier and better-looking in general.

It remains to be seen whether all of us can have results like Marie's. Healthy living is key, but genes have a lot to do with how we age. How much of aging do you put up to following good health advice like this, and how much do you think is due to your family tree?

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fabmichile fabmichile 5 years
she should thank her plastic surgeon and botox of course, LOL!
AmberHoney AmberHoney 6 years
I love how many "posters" are face lift authorities by looking at one picture. I wish I was that smart - NOT!
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 6 years
Genes mostly. And sunscreen, undoubtedly. And a little tweaking doesn't hurt! It's obvious she's had a brow lift.
FrankiLee FrankiLee 6 years
Like everyone else stated, it's obvious she's had some work done. I eat healthy, drink lots of water, don't smoke, etc., but I know that my genes are the deciding factor in how my skin will look down the road.
FrankiLee FrankiLee 6 years
Like everyone else stated, it's obvious she's had some work done. I eat healthy, drink lots of water, don't smoke, etc., but I know that my genes are the deciding factor in how my skin will look down the road.
bryseana bryseana 6 years
"One of the number one killers" I'm embarrassed. I should probably proofread before posting. ha
bryseana bryseana 6 years
"One of the number one killers" I'm embarrassed. I should probably proofread before posting. ha
bryseana bryseana 6 years
It probably is mainly genetic. It's like that old myth that eating chocolate causes acne, etc...I'm sure diet has an impact on skin, but genes may be more crucial. Wearing sunblock is always a good idea. I think people should follow her advice for overall health especially heart health. Heart disease is one of the number one killers of women.
bryseana bryseana 6 years
It probably is mainly genetic. It's like that old myth that eating chocolate causes acne, etc...I'm sure diet has an impact on skin, but genes may be more crucial. Wearing sunblock is always a good idea.I think people should follow her advice for overall health especially heart health. Heart disease is one of the number one killers of women.
carolineishere carolineishere 6 years
@1, totally agree.
carolineishere carolineishere 6 years
@1, totally agree.
AmberHoney AmberHoney 6 years
Both! Eat, drink and be merry....
jocupcake jocupcake 6 years
Wow. I hope I look like that when I'm 48!
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