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Why Do Your Anti-Aging Creams Get Old So Quickly?

From the Show: Health Radio
Summary: What type of packaging should you be looking for when shopping for anti-aging products?
Air Date: 9/28/15
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Bryan Barron, Content & Research Director for Paula’s Choice Skincare
Bryan BarronBryan Barron, Content & Research Director for Paula's Choice Skincare, has been working with Paula's Choice Skincare for over 15 years. Together, he and Paula Begoun are the best-selling authors of several books on skincare and makeup including The Original Beauty Bible and the upcoming 2015 book, The Best Skin of Your Life Starts Here.

Bryan's experience in the cosmetics industry includes many years as a professional makeup artist, product research specialist, and skin care professional. This real-world experience coupled with a lifelong passion for research creates a perfect combination for his role as Research Director for Paula's Choice Skincare.

Always at work behind the scenes and in the media, Bryan and his team strive to bring you the most accurate information on skincare and makeup so you can look and feel great.
Why Do Your Anti-Aging Creams Get Old So Quickly?
Your skin can go through a lot of wear and tear throughout the years and requires a lot of attention in order for it to remain healthy.

Whether you try to fight it or fix it, your skin also naturally changes as you get older.

You may try to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and reverse the signs of aging by applying moisturizing creams and several beauty products.

But, have you noticed that many moisturizers dry out and get old way too fast?

Content & Research Director for Paula's Choice Skincare, Bryan Barron, shares why some of your anti-aging creams get old too quickly.

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