History of: Anti-aging products

Looking younger in every century

1st Century B.C.

Roman women used a mask of Libyan Barley, pulverized staghorn, narcissus bulbs, and honey, to stay looking youthful.

1100’s

Medieval women tight their skin with a cream made out of chickpeas, barley, almonds, horseradish seeds and milk.

2010’s

On this century some creams boost gene activity to stimulate protein production.

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