If you think it’s time to start to worry about your wrinkles (or you just want to prevent them), but you don’t feel so sure about botox and needles, there are many great alternatives you should know about.
Work, our love life, family, money. Many things in our daily life might make us stress out and develop wrinkles after a certain age. Luckily, there are many ways to prevent them, fight them, and even eliminate them without getting near a botox needle.
Never skip your cleansing routine
Perseverance is key. Don’t forget to wash your face every morning and before bed. Even if you go out and you’re exhausted, it’s essential for you to get rid of that layer of makeup before dozing off.
No more sun
Your skin has a great memory, and will never forget those times you went to the beach and didn’t wear sunscreen. Being exposed to the sun with no protection speeds up aging. Remember you must wear sunscreen every day, even if you’re not going out or it’s wintertime.
Say goodbye to fast food. Your skin needs to glow from within. Your daily diet should include loads of veggies, fruits, fish, and nuts. For more guidance, visit a certified nutritionist.
Find products with specific ingredients
Buy creams and serums with antioxidants and other rejuvenating ingredients such as raspberry seed oil. This ingredient boosts collagen for firmer, stronger skin while shielding from UV rays to help combat sun damage and photo-aging. It’s also a powerful antioxidant that guards against free radicals and premature aging. It doesn’t get any better than that!
Smoking is not only detrimental to your lungs; it hurts your skin too! If you needed one more reason to drop that cigarette, here it is. The toxins in every puff stimulate premature aging, plus, every time you put one in your mouth, you’re helping wrinkles form around your mouth.
Nourishes and protects skin for a natural sheen with hydrating squalane oil, calming jojoba oil, and repairing raspberry seed oil.
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