Now I Know: The Thousand-Year-Old Ingredient Italian Women Use for Glowing Skin

Faith Xue

There’s a certain sense of peace and wellbeing you only experience when you find yourself thousands of miles away from a metropolitan city. Unfurling over your body like a warm haze, it’s a reaction that feels as physical as it does mental. Your jumpy, overly caffeinated heart rate slows to a pleasant, steady thumping; you breathe more deeply, your tired lungs marveling at the untainted countryside air; your tense shoulder muscles relax with an unfamiliar feeling of relaxation. You’re suddenly smiling more—and no, it’s not just from the really good wine you’re having at lunch, dinner, and occasionally, even breakfast (delivered with a nod and a wink by a very nonjudgmental bartender).

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