As you get older and older, you gain wisdom and a few wrinkles to go along with it. However, there are tips below that can help prevent those unwanted wisdom lines aka wrinkles.
Sunglasses and Sunscreen
The sun is the number one influencer of wrinkles and other abnormalities that make someone look older such as blotchiness, liver spots, broken blood vessels, dryness, and sun related skin diseases.
So, a very inexpensive way to prevent fine lines is protecting yourself from the harmful rays of the sun with a facial sunscreen and sunglasses. In the morning before you even put on your make up, put a SPF 15 facial moisturizer sunscreen on your face all year round and even during the winter when the sun is rarely shining.
Just because the sun is hiding behind the clouds, it still emits harmful UV rays. Before you leave the house, equip yourself with sunglasses that block out the UV rays. Make sure when you purchase sunglasses that it has UV ray protection because not all sunglasses have this feature.
Smoking in general has negative effects for the body and even contributes to wrinkles. In fact, smoking constricts the skin tissue from receiving oxygen and nutrients which causes a pasty complexion and premature wrinkles.
By keeping the skin hydrated, soft, and moist, water is nature’s fountain of youth. The average person needs six to eight glass of water each day especially during workouts and for the hot weather. On the contrary, soda, tea, coffee, juice, and alcohol can not be substituted for water. In fact, alcohol is the worst to drink since it dehydrates and robs the skin of essential minerals and nutrients similar to smoking.
Ironically, water has other benefits besides from reducing wrinkles such as suppressing appetites and getting rid of waste material. It is a good idea to always keep a bottle of water handy.
Anti-Aging Skin Care