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Date:9/9/2013

ion and glycolysis, potentially causing the cells to increase their metabolism and possibly making the skin cells healthier and more attractive."

P&G scientists demonstrated that in vitro skin cells under oxidative stress conditions experience a significant decrease in ATP, which leads to reduced cellular activity. Older cells, in particular, showed a heightened sensitivity to oxidative stress response, suggesting that aging and environmental factors negatively impact cells' ability to produce and consume energy.

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