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Thursday, June 9, 2011


What do teeth flossing and wrinkles have in common? Beauty editor Nicole Emmerling is here today to tell us. -- AP

Sounds a bit far-fetched, doesn’t it, Anastasia? We all know that flossing is good for your teeth and gums, but a daily flossing can also help prevent wrinkles.

Not flossing can lead to gum recession and bone loss, which in turn will eventually cause your lips to deflate and make the wrinkles around your mouth more prominent. So if you’re daily routine doesn’t include flossing, start now to prevent wrinkles down the road. Not only is it part of maintaining a healthy body, it’s a lot cheaper than Botox.

Wow! Who knew? Post a comment. You could win the book giveaway from this week's Book Club Friday guest author.-- AP

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