We all have a desire that we should look young even when we age. Until 30s, our skin looks young and fresh; but after that, our appearance tends to progressively decline from young to old. You were always on the quest for that magical potion that would guarantee eternal youth.
You hear it everyday, but make sure you do it everyday. According to both the Skin Cancer Foundation and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), up to 90 percent of “visible skin changes commonly attributed to aging” are, in fact, caused by the sun. Incorporate sunscreen into your life in ways that make it very easy. Replace your daily body moisturizer with one that contains an SPF 15. Use a face moisturizer with an SPF 30, if possible, and layer your exposure by using makeup products with SPF protection built into them.
During your skin care routine, pay attention to particular areas of the skin, which begin to show aging signs earlier than other parts of the face or body. These include the neck, the area around the eyes and the hands. The skin around the eyes is very thin and delicate. It can get easily pulled or stretched. So, be gentle while removing make up and creams.
No matter what you do, the first signs of aging appear too early on your skin. Most of us are unaware of the fact that by 30s, skin cell regeneration as well as production of hormones slow down in our body. Now you can turn back the clock by 10 years by following a healthy and balanced diet. Studies reveal certain nutrients may prevent or even reverse skin aging for example fruits with high levels of Vitamin C.
Fight environmental hazards
Pollution and sun exposure are the most harmful for your skin especially if you are in your 30’s. A sunburn or tan is the sign of skin damage as ultraviolet rays are capable of breaking down the collagen in your skin resulting in wrinkles and sagging! Keep your skin supple and young by following these reminders:
Have a fulfilling life
Having a life that gives you joy, makes you glow from the inside out. Eventually you wear your life on your face, so make it a good one.