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Published on: 14 Feb 2018 by sandylopez
Apart from acne, aging is the
most frequent skin concern both among women over 35 who already experience
their first wrinkles and fine lines, and among girls in their 20s who want to
delay the appearance of these signs. By far the widest spread misconception
about anti-aging is that wrinkles go away only by using expensive creams and
lotions, but a high price tag doesn’t necessarily equal beautiful skin. You can
prevent fine lines and aging spots on a budget and you can look ten years
younger as long as you try to help your skin from the inside out, by changing
your lifestyle and learning to see beyond product marketing. According to the Senvie, one
of the most top-rated online skin care lines “outdoor air is icy, indoor air is
hot and dry, and both can quickly suck the moisture out of your skin, leaving
it feeling painfully tight, flaky or itchy. While winter weather plays a big
role in dry skin – central heating, wood stoves, space heaters and fireplaces
leach all of the moisture out of the air, which has a big impact on skin –
desert heat can also leave skin feeling parched”.
skin is a mirror to your lifestyle
Although it often gets
neglected, the skin is the largest organ in the human body. A well-trained
dermatologist can look at it and tell you how well you eat, how much you sleep
and how stressed you are. So, before hopping on the bandwagon and spending
hundreds on the most hyped face mask or oil, see how you can change your
lifestyle for the better:
• Drink plenty of water. Being dehydrated
will aggravate dry skin types or make your skin look dull and uneven.
• Sleep is important. Just like any other
major organ, your skin needs rest to regenerate. Maintaining an organized
sleeping cycle will prevent undereye bags and dark circles, make your skin
plumper and facilitate the absorption of skincare products applied before
nighttime. To prevent lines and wrinkles try to sleep on your back or use a
silk cushion cover.
• Cut down on unhealthy food and drinks.
Having one cheat meal will not instantly give you wrinkles, but a lifetime of
fast food, sweets, excess alcohol and processed meats will slowly deteriorate
your skin. Enlarged pores, uneven texture, saggy skin, premature wrinkles are
all signs of an unhealthy diet.
products that actually work
Building an anti-aging
skincare routine without knowing anything about effective ingredients can be
very confusing. Not everything that’s beautifully packaged and has “anti-aging”
written all over actually works. In fact, many expensive treatments and creams
are nothing more than glorified moisturizers worth no more than $10. Here are
the key ingredients that you should be looking for:
• Antioxidants. They penetrate the skin and
neutralize the damage caused by environmental factors, while at the same time
encouraging collagen production. In the long run, antioxidants prevent cell
damage and delay the appearance of fine lines. Soon after application, you will
notice that your skin is more glowing and acne scars start to fade. Best
antioxidants: vitamin C, green tea, pomegranate, caffeine.
• Retinol. This is a very potent form of
vitamin A that increases cell turnover and can be used for many skincare
concerns, including acne, anti-aging and dark spots. Retinol is also the
fastest working skincare ingredient. The only thing you have to be careful with
is starting with a lower concentration and waiting for your skin to adapt to
Sunscreen may not be labeled as “anti-aging”, but it is the only proven
way to prevent premature wrinkles. Daily application of broad spectrum SPF 30
(in autumn and winter) or SPF 50+ (in spring and summer) will counter the
effects of UVA and UVB rays.