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Talk About Times of Health as FaceApp Makes Wave Amongst Celebrities; Skincare, Hydration and More

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Talk About Times of Health as FaceApp Makes Wave Amongst Celebrities; Skincare, Hydration and More
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The FaceApp is making waves again with the recent FaceApp Challenge. Want to meet your future self? The app is used to modify your face from male to female or young to old. It has been in recent news with many celebrities taking the challenge and giving the world a glimpse into what they will look like 50 years from now. From Drake, Kim Kardashian, and the Jonas Brothers to Dwayne Wade and other athletes, it is truly a viral phenomenon. The process is fairly simple, you upload a picture of yourself or take one with the camera on your phone and let the app work its magic.

For those want to age themselves, the app adds grey hair, wrinkles, and some age spots, or it can also instantly help you remove some years. For real-life secrets to keeping your skin hydrated, vibrant and younger here are just some tips:

Of course, it is a filter and not sophisticated aging software, but it is a bit of fun. It is exploding all over social media from Facebook, to Snapchat and Instagram. The trend will likely soon fade, but time will tell if it comes back later on with a different filter or a different challenge. In the meantime, remember to always wear sunscreen and protect your skin from our sun to keep it young and wrinkle-free.

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