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Exipure - How can I look 20 years younger in 30 days?

by arvin juliana (2021-11-13)

To help keep skin looking youthful and reduce premature wrinkles, a nutritious diet that is rich in fruits, vegetables, and fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids is essential.
Below you will be able to know some measures that will help you in skin care, they are simple and intelligent tips and solutions that help reduce premature wrinkles, you should also learn what are the bad habits that accelerate the aging process of the skin.
How to reduce premature wrinkles
The aging of the skin is a natural process, as is the appearance of gray hair, however most people decide that they are not going to allow the passing of the years to be registered in their body and then for them they go These tips that can help you look young despite the passage of time.
1. Avoid sun exposure
Try to wear light colors or white, and wear a hat when you are outdoors. Also, do not use the tanning booths, as it can be worse than the sun for the skin and result in a detrimental method for the aging of the skin.
2. Use sunscreen to avoid wrinkles
For the best protection against aging, it is highly recommended to apply sunscreen with at least SPF 15 (sun protection factor) thirty minutes before exposure to protect the skin from harmful rays. Look for one with zinc or titanium oxide in the ingredient list.
3. Avoid environmental pollutants
Ozone, smoke, and gasoline fumes are just a few of the pollutants that can age skin and cause premature wrinkles.
4. Avoid smoking and secondhand smoke
Smoking removes oxygen and nutrients, and also increases the number of free radicals in the cells of the body, which is one of the main causes of aging skin. The amount of cigarette smoking and the number of years you've smoked correlate with an increase in premature wrinkles.
5. Wear sunglasses
Try to stay indoors and away from windows, sunglasses are the best way to protect the sensitive thin skin around the eyes from UV radiation.
6. Sleep on your back, if possible
Sleeping pressed against the pillow can cause lines on your face, which can turn into wrinkles over the years. Satin pillowcases can also help in the fight against premature wrinkles.
7. Use a moisturizer
A good moisturizer keeps the skin hydrated and smooths wrinkles; you can try using a homemade cream for blemishes on the face that will help you renew the skin of the face.
8. Exercise regularly
Putting your cardiovascular system to work is ideal for obtaining the necessary nutrients and giving oxygen to the skin. You should do cardiovascular exercise for your heart and skin health, and weight exercises for strengthening the muscle underlying your skin.
9. Eat a nutritious, anti-aging diet
Drink plenty of water and tea, and aim for eight to ten servings of fruits and vegetables a day. Eat fresh salmon three times a week or other fish rich in omega 3 fatty acids, such as herring, mackerel, trout, or tuna. Food has an enormous capacity to fight the aging process, as it is full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that your body needs to fight wrinkles.
10. Avoid processed and refined foods and sugars
The refined sugar and all its derivatives contain chemicals that can cause the skin to age prematurely, avoiding not only will help you look younger, but to improve the overall health of the body.
11. Avoid stress
When stressed, the body releases a powerful aging hormone into the bloodstream, known as cortisol. If you suffer from chronic stress, it is advisable to take yoga classes, write in a journal, sing, walk, meditate. Do whatever work to reduce stress.
Start an anti-aging skin care program
Consult a doctor for non-surgical skin care. There are many products available that thicken the skin and help reduce wrinkles.
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