How Does a Toxic Relationship Cause Early Aging?
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Above: Sheetal Rawal, scientist (human genetics) & founder of Apsara Skin Care
When meeting a new person in life, it’s never anyone’s intention to form a toxic relationship with them. While you don’t have to be close with that person, you certainly don’t want your relationship to be uncomfortable every time you interact with them. And yet, toxic relationships do form over time, due to past grievances that neither party can forgive. You can do your best to endure or ignore these toxic relationships in your life, but your skin may pay the price.
In this episode of the podcast, you will learn 3 ways in which a toxic relationship can cause early aging of skin. You should always try to steer clear of any toxic relationships in your life, but this information will make that even more evident. If you have ever been stressed out by a certain someone and noticed a fine line or wrinkle appear on your skin, you should tune into this episode immediately.
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