There’s a lot to be said about embracing and accepting golden years, but the truth is that nobody likes being reminded of their age by wrinkles.
Our genetics have a lot to say about our skin’s structure but it’s mainly sun damage that causes most wrinkles. Smoking and pollution can contribute too.
There are a lot of wrinkle treatments on the market. Some work and some don’t. Some are expensive, and some are affordable.
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO SLOW DOWN THE PROCESS
Whenever you’re outside you should be protecting your skin from the sun’s damaging rays. Wearingsunscreen is a must, and so is wearing a hat or clothing that is UV protective.
Don’t forget to wear sunglasses and put sunscreen on your eyelids and under your eyes if it is non irritating, as well as around your lips.
We all know to invest on the sunscreen. But do you know that you can protect your skin from the inside out?
Foods that have high levels ofomega-3 fatty acids keep free radical damage from happening in your skin’s cells. Fruits and vegetables contain antioxidants that help too.
Here’s another good reason why smoking is bad for you.The nicotine in cigarettes stops blood flow to your skin.
This robs the outer layer of your skin of oxygen and nutrients, leading to premature aging and wrinkles.
Staying hydrated helps you moisturize from the inside out. It also helps chase damaging toxins out of your body.
I recommend drinking about a gallon of water daily.
We get wrinkles when our bodies slow down their collagen production.
You can make up for this by using collagen producing skin care products. BANISH has something to offer! TheCollagen Booster Kit has the Banisher, Banish Oil and Vitamin C Creme.Banisher creates micro wounds to trigger skin’s natural repair system to heal and rebuild new collagen and elastin fibers which is the foundation of skin.This will plump up your skin and fill in wrinkles and fine lines.
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