When you start breathing better, one of the first things you'll notice is the change in your skin tone. What you may not realize is that the skin, your body's largest organ, is one of the key players in the toxic elimination department. When the breathing mechanism falls down on the job, the skin is forced to take on double duty. Without adequate oxygen, you're liable to wake up one day, look in the mirror, and see Georgia O'Keeffe staring back at you. As you discover the full potential of your lungs, your skin will celebrate its new found freedom by looking good.
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