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How To Maintain Young Look Even At Old Age

But what if you have early wrinkles or years of sun damage have resulted in thick, older-looking skin? How can you resolve this to make your face soft and look younger again?

Many different ingredients are touted to make you look younger. But buyer beware. Only choose products with ingredients that have been shown to make your face soft and younger looking. For instance, retinol is a Vitamin compound and the first antioxidant to be extensively used in nonprescription wrinkle creams. Vitamin C a powerful antioxidant, helps protect skin from sun damage. Green tea is used in skin-care products because of its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

when looking for wrinkle creams, look for the following ingredients, which are filled with antioxidants, alpha hydroxy acids, and anti-inflammatories that will improve the appearance of wrinkles:

The most proven way to look younger is to avoid the sun. The sun is not your friend. Exposure to the sun’s UV rays is the primary reason for skin aging. Take tanning off your to-do list if you want younger-looking skin. Repeated tanning leads to early wrinkles, dark age sports , and even skin cancer as UV rays speed up the aging process and cause thick, damaged skin. In fact, sun exposure is the reason for early signs of aging in the skin, including redness and uneven pigmentation.

Protect your hair and skin and prevent future wrinkles by always wearing protective clothing, sunglasses, and a hat. Also, use sunscreen on your face every day even days when its cloudy or cold outside before going outdoors. Prevention of wrinkles is a much easier way to look young than spending hours at a cosmetic surgeon’s office.

Don’t smoke as it causes damage to the collagen and elastin, weakening the skin and resulting in sags and bags. Women who smoke at a young age will notice sagging skin and premature wrinkles long before their nonsmoking peers.

There are plenty of super-simple things you can do to keep your complexion healthy and have younger-looking skin regardless of what birthday you most recently celebrated.

When shopping for skin-care products, there are three powerful ingredients you should look for to maintain younger-looking skin.

These are some of the things you need to check.

check the label for a serum containing like vitamin C which will help brighten your skin. Two, add retinoids , which increase cell turnover and stimulate collagen renewal, to your routine. And three, start using an alpha hydroxy acid to remove the top layer of dead skin cells.

Use these three products as directed on the label to make your face soft and look younger.

So add it to your daily routine if you haven’t already, since sun damage not only causes wrinkles but can leave you vulnerable to skin cancer.

One also needs to avoid heavy foundation

Heavy foundation tends to settle on the rough patches or into the lines of the face. What is needed as we age is a good transparent moisturizing foundation or tinted moisturizer. Avoid anything with a powder base.

As you age, the neck loses its elasticity  faster than anywhere else on your body, taking on the dreaded crepey look.

You should be every bit as diligent and careful about taking care of your neck as you are about your face.To keep this part of your younger-looking skin routine, follow these three steps:

Moisturize  every morning and night, exfoliate once or twice a week with a gentle scrub, and apply sunscreen daily.

To have younger-looking skin on your hands, remember to always wear gloves while washing dishes and to moisturize frequently. Chemicals and hot water can strip away the protective lipid barrier on your skin, making it susceptible to irritation and dryness

Apply a layer of lotion to your hands each time you put on rubber gloves. Not only will it protect them, it’ll give you an extra dose of moisture.Hand Cream, which contains safflower-seed oil, vitamin E carrot-root extract, and aloe vera  to protect skin against dryness. 

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