NOVEMBER 2017

GETTING STARTED

New to Look Younger Magazine? Learn how to get started looking the age you feel. It is free.

ACCESSORIES THIS SEASON

Our guide to the accessories that will make you look younger this season.

AGE ELASTICITY

How Age Is Changing

TEST YOURSELF

Find Your Self-Perceived Age with Our Unique Quiz

CELEBRITY KNOW-HOW

JerryHall.jpg

Celebrities know how to camouflage their age.
You can learn this, too.

STYLEGUIDE APPicon

Get the StyleGuide icon on your smartphone and/or tablet and get direct access to the StyleGuide whereever you are.

FEEL YOUNGER

Being open-minded is typical of young people. Other people perceive you as younger if you stay open-minded.

PSYCHOLOGY

Learning how to adjust to different life phases is important, not with respect to how you look but to how you feel about your age.

LIFESTYLESmartphone_cover

What a phone can
do for your image.

BALDING?

Youthful Hair Styles
for Balding Guys

DENTAL CAREwhite-teeth.jpg

Keep your teeth
white as you grow older.

 

SURGERY

Quick Guide to
Facial Procedures

FACIAL HAIR

Facial hairWhat to do when the
color of facial hair
changes?

NUTRITION

How food can make us look younger - myth and reality.

WOMEN'S EDITION

If you want an overview of all content relevant to women click on Women's Edition.

MEN'S EDITION

If you want an overview of all the content that is relevant to men click on Men's Edition.

 

MINIATURES

The technology of hearing aids has changed dramatically in recent years. Now they are small and discreete.

TALKS & WORKSHOPS

You can book talks and workshops with the Editors of Look Younger Magazine.

NEWS

Body Odor Gives Away Age

New scientific findings reveal that humans can identify the age of other humans based on differences in body odor. Much of this ability is based on the capacity to identify odors of elderly individuals, and contrary to popular supposition, the so-called 'old-person smell' is rated as less intense and less unpleasant than body odors of middle-aged and young individuals.

In humans, a unique 'old person smell' is recognized across cultures. This phenomenon is so acknowledged in Japan that there is a special word to describe this odor, kareishū.

In the study, published in the journal PLoS ONE, body odors were collected from three age groups, with 12-16 individuals in each group: Young (20-30 years old), Middle-age (45-55), and Old-age (75-95).

Evaluators were able to discriminate the three donor age categories based on odor cues. Interestingly, evaluators rated body odors from the old-age group as less intense and less unpleasant than odors from the other two age groups.

End of content