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Is it Easier To Diet Than Change Skin?

September 27, 2013

According to a Mary Kay survey conducted by Wakefield Research, even in this diet-obsessed society, 59% of Americans feel they are more able to solve their weight challenges over their skin care issues (41%). In Wakefield’s survey—which included 1,000 nationally representative US adults ages 18-plus—the biggest perceived skin issue culprits fall in line with other common health indicators:
  • 56% believe stress to be a contributing factor to skin problems;
  • 49% cite sun exposure as a trigger for complexion issues; and
  • 40% believe lack of sleep affects their skin’s condition.
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