People around the world spend billions of dollars every year [trial / trying] to look younger. Companies produce thousands of creams, [pills / pill] and treatments for our skin to [look / looking] younger. In addition, scientists have worked for [decade / decades] on trying to slow down the ageing process. This week, scientists made a [breakthrough / break up] . They have developed a method to "time jump" cells [at / in] human skin. The scientists are from the Babraham Institute in Cambridge, UK. They say they can turn [forward / back] the ageing clock in cells [by / on] 30 years. They added that this could make skin look younger. Skin cells in their tests kept all of the [importance / important] functions. The scientists say their work is still at an early stage, but it could help people look younger [in / on] the future.
The technique developed [by / at] the scientists could change medicine and health. The [lead / load] researcher, Dr Diljeet Gill, said: "So [for / far] , we've only tested this technique in skin cells. We're excited [to / for] see if we can translate it across other cell [tapes / types] ." This means it could be used to treat skin problems, such as [burnt / burns] , acne and eczema. The scientists hope their technique could also [be / being] used to help other parts of the body. Their new method could [addition / additionally] help to heal cuts more quickly, [special / especially] in older people. Researcher Dr Wolf Reik said: "If you cut yourself, it'll take quicker to heal the wound." The scientists said their work might one day help us look younger. It could actually [reverse / reserve] the ageing process.