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Slow the Signs of Aging with Mineral Water?

November 30, -0001

Scientists can prove that Deeside Mineral Water—a Scottish product that dates back to 1760—slows the signs of aging and does so 50% more effectively than other waters on the market. In a study undertaken by scientists at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, Deeside Mineral Water was 50% more effective than other waters tested in suppressing free radicals.

To further support these results, a separate pilot study was conducted at Leeds Skin Centre For Applied Research at Leeds University. Results showed that Deeside Mineral Water increased average skin hydration by up to 23% compared to tap water. The study, carried out on women aged between 18 and 52, also showed a reduction in the average number of wrinkles when a liter of Deeside Mineral Water was consumed daily over a period of 12 weeks. The water is available in major supermarkets across the U.K.

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