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We can't stop the clock, but we can stop the rot

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Nobody wants to get old, but sadly it is an inevitable fact of life. Being old comes with a lot of undesirable changes including saggy skin, grey hair and body parts that don't function as well as they used to. 

It's hard to say what age is considered to be the beginning of "old" age. Generally, when we have progressed into our 60s, we are considered old.

However, a person actually has two ages: biological age and chronological age. Biological age is how old your organs are and how well they are working. This is the age that shines through and contributes to how old you look. Anti-ageing treatments can help in this department.

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