One-Third of American Women Choose Youth Over Savings
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In the midst of the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression, a recent study reveals women are willing to give up 10% of their savings to look 10 years younger NEW YORK, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- No woman wants her skin to reveal, or worse, belie her age -- and now a new study finds that many women are willing to pay a significant price to prevent this from ever happening. The study, conducted by Sustainable Youth(R) in conjunction with Kelton Research, finds that, despite the economic downturn, a full one-third (33%) of American women say they are willing to give up 10 percent of their savings in order to look a decade younger for the rest of their lives, and this sentiment rises among younger ladies. Facing the Facts An Admirable Asset. Forget 401(K)'s and savings accounts -- many women know the dividends are better when they invest in their looks. One in three (33%) admit they'd give up 10 percent of their savings to look 10 years younger than they are for the rest of their life. Fighting Father Time. Almost one in two (44%) women ages 25-44 would give up one tenth of their savings to look a decade younger forever, compared to 26 percent of those 45 and older. Disposable Dollars. Over two in five (41%) women with a household income of $40,000 or more would give up 10 percent of their savings if it meant they'd look 10 years younger, compared to less than three in ten (26%) who earn less. The Parenting Effect. More mothers than women without children would give up 10 percent of their savings in order to eternally look a decade younger. Women have traditionally spent a great deal of money on products to reverse the hands of time -- now more than ever, they are looking for a skincare regimen that will help them reach their goals without breaking the bank. Fortunately, recent scientific breakthroughs offer a whole host of affordable options that can systemically prevent premature signs of aging. Even better, "sustainable" companies are introducing evidence-based anti-aging skincare products that are good for the consumer and good for the environment. Sustainable Youth(R) Technologies is one such company. "We are pleased to be able to help men and women reverse the signs of aging with clinically-proven products that are value priced," according to Denise DeBaun, the company's president. "Sustainable Youth(R) is helping consumers achieve 'Beauty from the Inside Out' with its Immune Performance(TM) line of anti-aging products that are natural, organic and green." The line consists of an oral supplement, elasticity cream and revitalizing serum featuring Alasta(TM), the patent-pending organic active clinically proven to help improve the skin's elasticity and firmness by boosting the body's overall immune system. The science: A stronger immune system is better able to resist inflammation and combat free radical damage, collagen fiber degradation, and elastin cross-linking -- all major contributors to skin aging. SOURCE Sustainable Youth Technologies Andrea Leonarz of BOLD PR, +1-646-214-5727, Ext. 101, email@example.com
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