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An­tiox­i­dants are the body’s first line of de­fence against free rad­i­cals. Free rad­i­cals are charged chem­i­cal par­ti­cles of oxy­gen that chem­i­cally burn the pro­teins that keep our skin sup­ple. In daily life this kind of chem­i­cal re­ac­tion looks like iron rust­ing or an av­o­cado turn­ing brown. In our skin they cre­ate wrin­kles at a faster rate.

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