Anti-Aging Tips – Keep Those Wrinkles Away

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To fight anti-aging signs, you need to consistently fight against your system. You need to live healthy to be healthy. Here are some essential tips to prevent wrinkles and fight signs of aging.

  • Eat Healthily

A diet with plenty of whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, and the use of healthy oils (such as olive oil) may protect against oxidative stress in the skin. Benefits from these foods may be due to high levels of anti-oxidants found in them.

  • Exercise Daily

Exercise keeps blood flowing, which brings oxygen to the skin, an important ingredient for healthy skin.

  • Reduce Stress

Reducing stress and tension may have benefits on the skin. Stay away from pressure, tension, stress and try to be active.

  • Quit Smoking

Smoking not only increases wrinkles, but smokers have a risk for squamous cell cancers that is 50% higher than nonsmokers’ risk. Smokers should quit to prevent many health problems, not just unhealthy skin.

  • Drink as much water as you can

Fatty substances and oily food particles that get entrapped in the body find their way out with ease. The more water you have, the more hydrated you skin can be. If you are forced to live in a dry temperature, apply moisturizers and protest your skin.

  • Olive oil

Olive oil is the best natural cure and can serve as the primary ingredient of wrinkle treatment. Apply and massage the oil on your skin in a direction opposite to that of the wrinkles.

Additional tips to for anti-aging

  • Drink a glass full of this juice daily for a period of a fortnight and you will be surprised to see the changes on your skin.
  • Grind ripened papaya and make it into a paste. Apply this paste all over the skin before taking bath. Rinse well during you daily bath. This not only aids in the removal of wrinkles from your skin but also creates a glow on your skin.
  • Aloe, ginger, lemon oil, grape seed extract, and coral extracts contain antioxidants and are promoted as being healthy for the skin, although evidence of their effects on wrinkles is weak.
  • Don’t wash your face too often with tap water. It strips the skin of oil and moisture. In addition, chlorinated water, particularly at high temperatures, poses special risks for wrinkles.
  • Wash the face with a mild soap that contains moisturizers. Alkaline soaps, especially with deodorant, should be avoided.
  • Always apply sunscreen, even if going outdoors for short periods.
  • Avoid drinking alcohol within three hours of bedtime. Alcohol increases the risk for leaks in the capillaries, which allows more water in and causes sagging and puffiness. Capillary leakage increases when one is lying down.
  • Antioxidants are substances that act as scavengers of oxygen-free radicals, the unstable particles that can damage cells and which are implicated in sun damage and even skin cancers. Antioxidants in the skin are depleted when exposed to sunlight and must be replaced.
  • Antioxidant topical products (such ointments, creams, and lotions) may help reduce the risk of wrinkles and protect against sun damage. Unlike sunscreens, they accumulate in the skin and are not washed away, so the protection may last. The antioxidants marketed for skin protection include vitamins A, C, E, selenium, coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), and alpha-lipoic acid. Many are proving to be very beneficial for the skin.
  • Vitamin A is important for skin health and UV radiation produces deficiencies in the skin. Topical products containing natural forms of vitamin A (retinol, retinaldehyde) or vitamin A derivatives called retinoids (tretinoin, tazarotene) have proven to be beneficial for skin damaged by the sun and also by natural aging.

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