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Toss your phone to keep looking pretty

by Ionut Popescu on 7 March 2015
Beauty & Skin care, Lifestyle     |      antioxidants,  hyaluronic acid,  moderation,  smartphone,  tablet,  treatment,  wrinkles



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Smart phones producers are in for bad news, after Spanish magazine Hola cites a new Intel study, claiming that frequent use of your mobile phone might have adverse effects on your physical aspect.

Apparently, using your phone or tablet deepens your neck and chin wrinkles, due to the abnormal position of your head. Intel’s researchers found that 40% of smart phone users never shut their devices and, even more disturbingly, 80% don’t even part with them during their sleep.

The scientists went on explaining that when you switch from your phone reading or texting position, your neck muscles relax for too long, weakening the fabric of your neck lines – the so called Venus’ necklace.

In the end, the Spanish magazine, recommends a new innovative cocktail based on hyaluronic acid and a mix of minerals and antioxidants. The new technique, proposed by Dr. Lajo Plaza, is supposed to be very efficient in combating the aging effects of regular cell phone use.

However, we can only remain skeptical of those recommending a treatment for the effect, rather than trying to eliminate the cause.

So, instead of spending tons on money on questionable remedies, we think it’s wiser to put your phone or tablet aside in your spare time. After all, there is only so much information you can digest, and moderation should always be the key word.



Toss your phone to keep looking pretty



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