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<p>At this weekend’s third annual Anti-Aging Show at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, you can find out how to actually enjoy the process of aging.</p>

Anti-aging Show





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This weekend’s Anti-Aging Show will showcase a wide range of ways to keep looking young.




At this weekend’s third annual Anti-Aging Show at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, you can find out how to actually enjoy the process of aging.


“This event is the first of its kind in Canada to be dedicated entirely to anti-aging”, explains Tammy De Haas, vice president of Bellamente Enterprise, the organizer of the event.


“Anti-Aging is not simply about Botox and Restylane. It’s also about health and wellness, investment, and the overall well being of your body and mind.”


Key exhibitors include Medicis, the marketer of Restylane and the leading sponsor of the event, and Oromontique, a real estate investment company based in Dominican Republic.


“The show is all about getting people, from ages 20 to 80, to find out what products are available out there for them to enjoy their life”, De Haas says.


Today, anti-aging products comprise everything from cosmetic procedures to yoga, travel, nutrition, real estate property, and much more.


Over 125 exhibitors will be on site to introduce the products they have to offer to help people maintain and improve their youthfulness. A range of speakers and seminars will also be part of the show: visit for more information about this weekend’s event at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.


















anti-aging show details



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When:
Friday to Sunday



Times:
Friday noon to 8 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.



What is it:
Shop more than 125 anti-aging exhibitors — everything from cosmetic enhancements to health clubs and healthy foods • Where: Metro Toronto Convention Centre (255 Front St. W.) North Building Hall B



Admission:
Adults $12 (one day), $20 (weekend pass) Children under 12 free.


 
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