In a classic case of good news/bad news, a group of doctors may have proven the old adage that every woman eventually turns into her mother. A study that was just presented at the annual conference of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons concluded that mothers and daughters age in remarkably similar ways.
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Researches used state-of-the-art three-dimensional modeling to analyze how 10 mother-daughter pairs, ranging in age from 15 to 90, had hollowing in the inner corners of their eyes and lower eyelids, two classic areas that show the signs of aging.
Turns out, if the mother had a pattern of sagging under her eyes, her daughter was bound to as well. (Of course, this doesn't mean you're going to look exactly like Mom: regular SPF use will help you ward off the sun's harmful rays and cut back on the risk of fine lines and sun spots.)
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