1. Use the right skin care product
Using a proper cleanser for your skin type will impact the skin’s work. You’ll want to use a gentle cleanser to preserve your skin barrier and keep it prevent to dehydration and damage. Cleansers with a high pH like natural soaps are very harsh and can leave your skin vulnerable to irritation and infection. Cleansers with a low pH work to maintain optimal skin balance.
2. Wear sunscreen daily
The function of sunscreen is to protect your skin from UV. According to a recent study, daily application of a broad-spectrum SPF 30 sunscreen can fade age spots, improve skin texture, and flatten out wrinkles by 20 percent in only three months. The researchers suggest that this is because sunscreen will slow down the damage of UV rays, so it’s own powerful regenerative abilities have a chance to take effect.
3. Watch what you eat
You’ve heard it a million times before: You are what you eat. “Good skin relies on an adequate supply of essential nutrients,” says certified nutritionist and dietician Nicolette Pace. Some studies indicate that by improving your diet you will improve your skin condition. It’s important to take care of your food intake every day. Food that is high in sugar and white carbohydrates can actually age you faster by breaking down glucose. Instead, include more protein in your diet with food like fish, lean meat, beans, and legumes to help build strong collagen. Researchers also recommend food that
4. Take supplements
Can a pill restore dewiness in aging skin? Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) such as Omega-3s found in certain seafood like salmon, sardine
If you do not eat fish or fish products, you should consider taking supplements that contain fish oil or flaxseed oil. It will help to keep your skin smoother and younger-looking.
5. Exercise regularly
A study from researchers at McMaster University found that people over 40 who regularly partake in cardio exercises tend to have healthier skin than their sedentary peers. The overall composition of the regular exercisers’ skin
6. Get enough sleep
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- Randhawa M, et al. (2016). Daily use of a facial broad spectrum sunscreen over one-year significantly improves clinical evaluation of photo aging. doi.org/10.1097/DSS.0000000000000879