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Etymology: L, re + juvenis, youth
the restoration of youthful health and vitality.


(ri-joo″vĕ-nā′shŏn) [re- + L. juvenis, young]
A return to a youthful condition or to the normal.

facial rejuvenation

Any form of cosmetic surgery (or other skin treatment) that makes the face appear younger, e.g., by eliminating or reducing wrinkles, sun damage, or the drooping or sagging of tissues or structures.

Patient discussion about rejuvenation

Q. What are “antioxidants”? and what do they do? I’ve been hearing about antioxidants for quite some time now, they are supposedly help to keep us younger. What do they do and is it true?

A. When every biological system works- it creates oxidants. These are materials that are very active and they “look for” something to react with. So when you eat (an example) there are a lot of oxidants created. they move around in the colon and they usually react with colon cells, thus destroying them. This also happens while breathing, cell metabolism and a lot of biological processes. Antioxidants counteract these free oxidants and stop their harmful reaction.

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The Spa at The Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel is part of an 18-month, pounds 10 million complete rejuvination of the hotel.
And he reckons the 23-year-old is talented enough to take his rejuvination a step or two forward and progress to a higher level in the game.
Jane says non- surgical procedures -everything from Botox to simple facial rejuvination techniques -are also popular with men.