Once you hit the 30’s it becomes increasingly easy to find the first signs of aging on your skin – a wrinkle here, a little sag there…
This doesn’t have to be a problem, if you learn how to take care of your body. See if these seven tips can help you:
1.) DRINK A LOT. This is the foremost natural anti-aging care treatment: it hydrates your body which is 70% water, moisturizes your skin which looks plumper and cleaner, and helps your system flush toxins improving your health. Aim for at least 8 glasses of water a day!
2.) EAT HEALTHY. This ranks up there with drinking a lot. A good and balanced diet does wonder for all tissues in the body, and this includes your skin. Include lots of fibers, fresh fruits, and green leafy vegetables especially, as they contain vitamins and minerals which help repair your damaged skin and cells and give you a younger look.
3.) EXERCISE REGULARLY This has a role in your skin beauty, besides being generally good for your body. Regular exercise, at least thrice a week, will make you sweat out toxins and thus clean up your skin, making it clear and refreshed. Not to mention the health beenefits!
4.) AVOID TOO MUCH SUN. Nothing is as samaging to the skin as excessive UV and sunlight exposure. That fashionable tan is damaging your skin and paving the way for future wrinkles and lines. if you have to be out and in the sun, use a good sunscreen lotion to protect your skin from the damaging sunrays.
5.) NO SMOKE; LITTLE ALCOHOL. Stop smoking and don’t drink excessively. Cigarettes contain chemicals which degenerate and age your skin prematurely; alcohol, in excessive quantities, saturates your liver, which can no longer flush out the toxins in your system.
6.) ANTI-OXIDANTS HELP. Choose anti-aging products rich in antioxidants and retinol, Vitamin C, A, and ceramides. These substances are wonderful in helping your damaged skin regenerate its splendor.
7.) BE POSITIVE. Stress is a huge factor in aging: the chemicals that our body releases while stressed are cause of illnesses and depression. Your skin will suffer as well (and so will your hair, by the way) and you will show far more years than your real age. learning to manage stress and be positive can make you look younger and healthier.