Which woman doesn’t want to have a smooth and youthful face? When we are young, our complexion stays fresh, rosy and plump. Yes, because it constantly regenerates itself. Unfortunately as the skin ages, it loses hyaluronic acid and collagen. Let’s be honest: it becomes less elastic.
Why Do We Have Wrinkles?
Skin ageing is a complex process depending on heritable and various environmental factors. It has long been known that sunlight UV radiation is responsible for the development of skin cancer. But we already know that for the vast majority of visible ageing too. Long-term UV exposure can lead to pigmentation, reduced skin elasticity and a degradation of skin texture. Further to sun damage, environmental pollution, improper lifestyle habits and bad nutrition are also responsible for wrinkling.
Skin Ageing Is the Most Obvious Sign of the Ageing Process
Every woman wants her face to look beautiful, soft and smooth. Of course without any fine lines, wrinkles and spots. Ageing is inevitable. However we can do our best to prevent wrinkles, and preserve skin elasticity.
How Can I Delay the Ageing Process?
With good lifestyle habits and proper skincare routine we are able to delay it as long as possible. Let’s see the techniques, that keep our skin hydrated and minimize fine lines and wrinkles.
Moisture is the key to youthful skin! All skin needs moisturizer! Nourish your skin with suitable product and you can avoid or even vanish fine lines.
Sun protection is the cheapest beauty treatment ever. You don’t need to pay tons of money, just use the product that suitable for you and you can prevent sun damage. Dark spots and certain types of wrinkles are all the consequence of UV rays.
Anti Aging Cream/Serum
Eye-area skin is different from the skin on your face. Being more sensitive, you need to pay more attention to it. Use rich, nourishing eye-cream or serum to prevent wrinkles and preserve skin elasticity.
Nourish your skin once a week with extra ingredients. It helps hydrate skin, smooth fine lines, remove dead cells and unclog pores.
Massage and Face Yoga
Simple facial exercise which helps lift, firm, tone and reduce wrinkles. A good massage will increase the blood circulation. This way more oxygen and more nourishment will be able to reach the cells of the skin. The result is a clear, healthy and glowing complexion. With less toxins and with a better ability to absorb moisture.
From our diet we get all the elements essential for health and beauty. Minerals, vitamins, protein, carbohydrate, fibre, fats and water. Avoid anything that is harmful to your health. Including alcohol, smoke, drug, overeating, too much fat and sugar. Make sure, you drink enough water! 8 glasses every day will help to keep you hydrated.
Eat More Fresh Veggies and Fruits
Vegetables and fruits are packed with vitamins and fibre. These include antioxidants such as beta-carotene in tomatoes, carrots, pumpkin, or lycopene in tomato. For example lycopene has a good effect not only on skin but also on hair growth.
Regular exercise is an excellent anti-aging tool. Moderate exercise every day keeps your body toned and improves blood circulation. The result will be: glowing, radiant skin.
The body systems are repairing and rejuvenating the organs. We cannot cheat on sleep for very long without facing the consequences. To keep your skin young and healthy, go to bed early.
Collagen boosting, hyarulonic acid treatments, green peeling, radio frequent treatment. There are so many opportunities to look younger! Ask your dermatologist and your beautician for the options. Don’t hesitate to follow their advise!
Stress really does wear on you. When you are under pressure your body increases production of cortisol. It can damage collagen and elastin while decreasing the skin’s ability to repair itself. Stay calm and handle difficult situation with trust and confident. Your health and appearance will reflect this attitude!
Don’t forget that wrinkles and fine lines are a normal part of ageing. However you can choose between smiling wrinkles and worry lines. It is up to you! When you feel your best, you shine from the inside out, am I right?