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Has anyone noticed how youthful Dan's skin looks? For someone who is 37, Dan's skin looks fabulous. I'm not saying 37 is old, but compared to other 37 year old's skin I've seen, his skin looks more youthful. I'm beginning to wonder whether bp is bad for your skin (i.e. aging, free radicals). If Dan has been on the regimen for 12+ years, and he looks better than someone who hasn't been on the regimen , I wonder what component of the regimen is making his skin look more youthful. I know plenty of people who moisturize all the time, and their skin doesn't even look as good as Dan's. Perhaps bp has some anti-aging effect. Thoughts?

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think it's genetics more than anything else. the only theories i've ever heard towards long-term use of BP is it actually ages your skin prematurely. i'm not saying that's proof or anything, that's just most of the scientific theories that i have read over. and again, everyones skin is different, so everyone reacts differently to everything. it's chaos!

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