Skin Care Mistakes and Ageing

No woman would delight on the idea of ageing. Indeed, nobody wants to see facial lines and wrinkles forming on the forehead and on the face. That is why, any woman on the right mindset would immediately seek remedy the moment she sees wrinkles, lose skin and flab on her face. With more and more women wanting to alter the impact of ageing on their face, the number of cosmetic procedures available are already on the rise. Cosmetic surgeries are available for the face, lips, breasts, and any other parts of the body imaginable that a woman would want to enhance.  

For those who do not want to suffer the pain and inconvenience for the sake of staying young and youthful, non-surgical procedures also abound. Botox is by far the most popular. Preferred by celebrities and the well to do, it has also become synonymous with looking young. That is because it does this by getting rid of the very obvious sign of aging – wrinkles.

While the natural progression of time does bear some blame for our aging it is not the only culprit. While the body aging causes those wrinkles on the face there is a lot more to it than that.

In fact, day to day activities, diet and lifestyle are three of the most important factors that hasten the impact of ageing. Getting exposed under the sun for so long speeds up skin ageing. That is why when going outside wearing the sun screen is important to keep the skin hydrated. Remember that UV rays cause the skin to lose elasticity which results in looseness which then causes wrinkles.

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Sleeping without washing the face takes its toll as well. Sure, a person tired at work would want to just go straight to bed and sleep immediately. However, sleeping with an unclean face is not good!

Forgetting to hydrate is bad as well. Wearing sunscreen is good but it is not a moisturizing lotion. Moisturize your skin so it doesn’t dry out. Dried out skin cracks and it is these cracks that create the crevices that become wrinkles.

Poor diet, eating excessively and not doing enough exercise could trigger overweight. Excessive weight gain in turn triggers the skin to stretch. Once weight loss happens, the stretched skin will have difficulty to shrink back again, thus, giving way for wrinkles to form, thanks to the loose skin.

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