Zinc: The Skin-Saver
Zinc/(zink)/n./ 1. A bluish-white metallic element with the chemical symbol Zn and atomic number 30; /n./ 2. An essential micronutrient obtained through food or other external sources that can promote a healthy immune system when ingested and speed the healing of wounds, prevent acne, and promote collagen formation when applied topically, e.g., “More than just a favorite pastime of on-duty lifeguards, zinc will plump and firm aging skin.”
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