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How to slow down your skin’s aging process and age beautifully

4 Tips On Slowing Down Your Skin From Aging

It is important to understand you skin. The more you know about your skin’s aging process, the better you’ll be able to keep it looking its best. Check out our 4 tips for slowing down your skin’s aging process. You’ll see you will age even better this way!

1. Avoid UV exposure

Excessive exposure to ultraviolet rays is thought to be a major culprit for rapidly aging skin. Sun damages your skin and causes a loss of collagen, which can lead to drooping and wrinkles. If you’re the outdoorsy type, think sunblock and shade to keep your skin as healthy and young-looking as possible. It is also important to wear sunblock in the Winter or on days that appear to be cloudy. The UV rays always find a way to your skin.

Our suggestion : use a sheer tint moisturizer, this not only moisturizes and protects with 30 spf but it will give you coverage as well. The Sheer Tint can easily replace your foundation.

2. Stay hydrated

Drinking plenty of water will help prevent your skin from becoming overly dry. All though the amount of water you drink will not be a miracle worker and turn dry skin into a hydrated glow. A good moisturizer is best at instantly improving the look and feel of dry skin, and applying twice a day can help heal serious dehydration. The three key ingredients to look for include is hyaluronic acid.

Our suggestion : use a cream that is more rich in the Winter since heating a cold winds can dry out your skin. In the summer you can get away with a lightweight cream.

3. Eat omega-3 fatty acids

Salmon, tuna, walnuts and flaxseed will help protect your top layer of skin and keep moisture in. Omega-3s also prevent inflammation and help maintain cell structure and function.

4. Avoid processed foods and sugars.

When sugar comes in contact with collagen (a protein of the skin), a reaction called glycation occurs. Glycation can damage collagen, compromise the integrity and regeneration of skin tissue, and accelerate aging of the skin.

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