Cut Back On Salt To Keep A Youthful Glow

Cut Back On Salt To Keep A Youthful Glow

Dermatologist and author of “Younger,” Dr. Harold Lancer, chats with Kit Hoover and Shaun Robinson on Access Hollywood Live about how salt is one of the biggest culprits to an aging complexion. How does salt affect the skin exactly? And, what are some surprising sources of salt in our food? Dr. Lancer’s book, “Younger,” is available now.

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