Anti-Aging Tips

As we begin to age, our skin becomes less elastic and more fragile. Don’t fret because if you have been following your own skin care regimen, we can just tweak it a little bit and you’re good to go!

Here are our tips that can kiss your aging-skin bye bye:

A gentler face wash is your best friend.

Use a gentle face wash for cleansing your skin even if you are still breaking out. A product that can deliver total hydration and contains green tea to fend off damages caused by free radicals.

Weekly exfoliation.

Our skin creates a new layer every 28 days and sheds dead cells on a regular basis. But over time, that cycle slows down causing a dull looking complexion and rough skin. To remove the buildup, exfoliate with scrub that has round particles to avoid irritations.

Boost your sun screen routine.

A higher SPF will give you an advantage in preventing further damages, dark spots, and discolorations in your skin. Don’t settle for just one solution. Choose a sunscreen that is moisturizing and contains antioxidants to protect the collagen in your skin.

The richer the better.

Our oil glands become less productive as we age so moisturizing properly is very important.

Switching your face cream to a richer one will help encapsulate water against the skin, smoothing out those deep crevices. Include smoothing the product on your neck and upper torso to extend the smooth and rich finish of the cream.

Eat healthy foods.

Much of what happens outside our body is due to what we consume on a daily basis. Avoid alcohol, as it can dehydrate us, and food high in sugar or white carbohydrates causes our body to age faster by breaking down glucose. Eat food that are rich in protein including fish, legumes, beans, and lean meats to assist in building strong collagen. Also, add vitamin C to keep your skin youthful and glowing!

At the end of the day, the most important thing that matters underneath all of these beauty regimens is that you feel good inside!


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