I touched my daughter’s forehead last night and realized it was so soft and smooth. I remember having skin like that, but over time I’ve lost moisture and elasticity. If this is happening to you as well, use the below tips and tricks to help your skin regain it’s youthful resiliency.
Always use a sunscreen, especially when using anti-aging products. Most anti-aging creams don’t have a SPF in them, and as we all know, unprotected skin exposure creates wrinkles, and also puts you at risk for many UV related diseases, such as skin cancer. The lighter your skin tone, the higher a SPF you want to use.
To ensure that one is keeping their skin in the best condition it can be in, it is important to avoid going to artificial suntanning facilities. When one uses a fake tanning bed they are greatly increasing the damage done to their skin. Fake tanning can greatly harm a persons skin.
Tanning booths are not the way to go if you are trying to increase your attractiveness. People often tan to look younger, yet the long term results of frequent tanning will make you look older. Tanning will damage your skin and cause it to age prematurely. So if you want to look younger, look elsewhere.
Mineral makeup is a beauty product that is made from natural minerals found on earth. It tends to be very good for your skin. It gives you that extra glow, and also helps prevent breakouts from occurring. Though this make up is more expensive, it is worth every penny you spend.
Drinking plenty of water every day is important, as it keeps your skin smooth, moist, and soft. Mineral water is even better for your skin, though it can cost more money than some people like to spend. Try to drink at least sixty-four ounces of water every day for the best results.
Your face is not the only indicator of your age. Do not forget about your neck and hands! Keep the skin on your neck and hands youthful by exfoliating them once a week and moisturizing them with an SPF of at least 25 every day. Exfoliation will help increase cell turnover and the SPF will help prevent dark spots.
If you develop some sort of skin problem that doesn’t go away after a while, get a dermatologist in on the action. Too many people don’t take the condition of their skin seriously and it can result in much worse issues down the life. Self-diagnosis is never recommended when it comes to something so serious.
To slow signs of aging, be sure to wear sunscreen daily. Sun damage is a leading cause of premature wrinkles. Using a daily moisturizer that is SPF 15 or higher can protect your skin and keep you looking youthful for longer. Even if your face is already developing wrinkles, sunscreen can help slow the aging process.
To combat dry skin, make sure your diet contains plenty of vitamin A. Vitamin A deficiency can lead to dry eyes and skin and consuming the nutrient, increases your body’s cell growth rate. Foods rich in vitamin A include carrots, sweet potatoes and cantaloupe. Dark greens like spinach and kale are another good choice.
If you suffer from dry skin, apply moisturizer to your body immediately after you shower, when your skin is still damp. This will seal in the moisture of your skin and prevent it from drying too quickly. If you wait until you skin is dry before applying a moisturizer, you will not get the benefit of retaining your skin’s natural moisture.
After using all of these methods my skin should return to being soft, beautiful, and taut. Hopefully, yours will too, so let’s set up our own skin care regimens and give it a go! The only way to keep aging at bay is to go the extra mile to take good care of your skin!