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3 Healthy Ways to Prevent Your Skin From Aging

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Statistics showed that the skin exfoliation process goes down by 28% as you get to your twenties and above. This shows that the collagen content of the body decreases as you increase in age. As the collagen content decreases, the skin loses moisture and this increasing premature aging process.

On the other hand, when you have a bad feeding habit and neglect to take foods that contain fatty acids, the skin starts to shrink and that increases the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Fatty acid also helps to increase the sebum secretion level of the skin and that helps to keep the skin moderately oily and fresh.

As you get to your fifties, the rate at which oil is produced in your body decreases. For women, once they get to menopause period, there is a decrease in the estrogen level. This makes the skin become thinner, drier and rough.

Your environment also affects how fast you get old. This can be referred to extrinsic aging. Harsh weather and bad lifestyles such as smoking also affects the skin and increases skin aging process.

During summer, the sun helps to increase people aging process because it supplies UVB/UVA rays that alter the skin composition. That’s why it is recommended that you make use of sunscreen Lotions.

Listed below are three helpful tips that prevent premature Aging.

  1. Watch out for the Sun

It’s risky to go out on the sun without taking a second look at yourself, to know if you can stand the harmful rays of the sun. You can’t prevent the sun from shining, but you can prevent its side effect from affecting you. It is advisable that you try and stay indoors with the hours of 11 am and 4 pm. This is because that’s the time the sun is at its peak.

When outside within this time, try and stay in a cool shade so as to protect the skin from the free radical reaction.

I know you need to be on the move even during this period, we do advise that you use EltaMD UV Clear Broad-Spectrum SPF 46 to protect your skin from the side effects of the sun.

You might ask, how will you know when you are most exposed to UVB/UVA rays of the sun? The shadow rule explains that. When your shadow seems to be longer than your actual height when you look on the ground, then your UVB/UVA rays exposure is low. But if it’s shorter as the case may be during the hours of 11 am to 4 pm, then your exposure to UVB? UVA rays are high.

That is why we recommend that you apply a sunscreen. This should be done 40 minutes before the skin is exposed to the sun.

The sunscreen should be reapplied every three (3) to four (4) while under the sun, especially for those that work under the sun. After swimming and bathing, apply the sunscreen after your normal cream.

Sunscreens also help to protect the 0.5mm thickness skin layer around the eyes. It helps to prevent dark circles, crow’s feet, fine lines and wrinkles from affecting those areas. You can also use a dark shade glasses for more protection or use SkinCeuticals Eye Balm Rehabilitative Emollient for optimum protection.

Another natural Ingredient that can protect the skin as a sunscreen is Aloe Vera. Aloe Vera is a skin Nourishing gel that helps in healing sunburn.

  1. Be Smart, Pursue Skin Care Routine

Continuous Cleansing: Before the Advent of skincare products, continuous cleansing of the body has been a healthy means of protecting your skin. Don’t use a sponge on your face during bathing because this can cause an itchy skin.

Always use a cool soap and a foam like sponge to wash the face. You can add salt to water and use it to wash the face. Salt is a natural antioxidant that fights against bacterial infections on the skin.

Be careful with Makeups: Never think of using an oil-based makeup no matter how good it looks. Oil-based makeups clog the pores and prevent blood and air circulation on the skin. Always use an applicator or a clean sponge while applying makeups. Make it simple and less thick.

Do not sleepover with your makeup because that can cause skin irritation as friction exists between your face and the pillow. While removing your makeup, use a gentle makeup removal such as a cool soup in washing it off

Make use of Bath Oil: Bath Oil contains essential natural ingredients that enhance the skin. It smoothest and nourishes the skin when used. Bath Oil helps in the healing of wounds by rejuvenating the skin tissues.

Use a Moisturize: Dehydration causes the skin to crack and shrink. Moisture is constantly needed in the body and skin to keep it functioning. It is important that you make use of a moisturizer as part of your daily skincare routine.

For those with oily or Acne-prone skin, use a lightweight moisturizer such as LILYANA natural Retinol Cream Moisturizer.

  1. Keep it Simple

Stay Hydrated: Constantly take water during the day, so as to replace the lost water. It also helps to remove dangerous toxins from the body. Water helps to keep the skin plumped and diminishes wrinkles.

Quality Sleep: Poor sleeping habits affect the skin especially around the eye area. This leads to different skin pigmentation and reduces the skin elasticity. Quality sleep of about six (6) to eight (8) hours helps to revive the body.

Eat Nutritious Diet: Eat foods that are rich in natural antioxidants. They help in fast repairing of dead skin cells and boost elastin and collagen production in the body.

Engage in Quality Exercise: Exercise daily. This keeps your skin elastic level high, and also helps to reduce excess nutrients that could damage the body.

Conclusion

A careful obedient to the instructions above will keep your skin in a continuous healthy state. Ensure you make use of vitamin supplement or take good fruits on a daily basis so as to replace the nutrients used.

Reduce your consumption of partly hydrogenated or saturated or fats or fatty products. Be wise and Healthy always.

Author Bio:

Matilda Hopp is a Trained Health and Beauty expert and has been in the Health and Beauty Industry For Years. She is the Founder of Medical-4you which is a website dedicated to providing health and beauty related solutions.

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  1. Olayinka says

    This is awesome….

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