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How to Naturally Make Your Skin Look Younger

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Do you probably wish your skin appeared younger? As you age, your skin's appearance also changes. You cannot inhibit certain aspects, like plunging estrogen levels that cause the skin to sag. However, there are also quite a number of external elements like sun and food that have an effect on the aging of your skin and the correct anti-aging treatments can help minimize their damage. Often, people become conscious of anti-aging treatments and care when they notice signs of aging such as fine lines, smile lines, brown marks, and crow's feet . Here are two natural anti-ageing tips as advised by a dermatologist to help you look younger. 

Be conscious of what you eat and drink

Following a visit to a dermatologist, you might expect to be given only skin-care creams and techniques. However, a younger-looking skin begins with the nutrients that are ingested in the body from outside. Your diet influences how your skin looks and ages.

What to do:

  • Your dermatologist will advise you to take vitamin D supplement on a daily basis.
  • Take a lot of omega-3 as well as omega-6 fats. Preferably they should be derived from natural sources, such as salmon, ground flaxseed, and olive oil. Another source of these crucial fats is fish-oil supplements, as they help safeguard the moisture layer. This is basically the uppermost skin layer that locks moisture in but is inclined to thin with age, resulting in dry skin.
  • Maintain a consistent water intake across the day. You can start with a litre per day and try to increase it with time. On the other hand, avoid too much consumption of alcohol as it makes you age faster.
  • Reduce your intake of processed foodstuffs and sugars. They cause inflammation, which is responsible for interrupting and damaging the typical generation of dermal cells.

Reduce your exposure to sun rays

Dermatologists will tell you that ultraviolet rays are one of the major skin-agers. Too much sun exposure destroys elastin resulting in collagen loss, which leads to drooping and wrinkles. Further, it also leads to skin discoloration as well as a rough skin texture. To tell a person that they should completely avoid the sun isn't practical. Therefore, what is feasible is to try halve your exposure to sun rays.

What to do:

  • Apply sunscreen on your face, neck and ears. As you age, your skin becomes further vulnerable to the impact of the sun compared to younger skin.
  • Walk on shaded and cool side of the street. Such simple acts may reduce your exposure.
  • Put on UV-protective apparel. You can now shop for clothes that block UV rays while keeping away moisture.
  • Exercise outdoors when UV rays are not potent, either early in the morning or in the evenings.

For more information an anti-ageing treatments, talk to a professional.