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Tips for Aging: Make your Skin Glow

Wrinkles and laugh lines are normal as we age. However, sometimes these changes are so drastic that it can be somewhat overwhelming. Good thing there are ways to slow down this process. This article will discuss some of the best rejuvenation tips to maintain your youthful glow.

The skin loses its elasticity as we grow older. It becomes more prone to dehydration and soon, you will notice lines around your eyes and around the mouth. These areas have fewer oil glands and are prone to skin dehydration.

Aside from aging, there are a lot of factors that can make your skin look dull and old. Understanding these factors is very important to prevent skin aging. One of the most common causes of skin aging is sun exposure. As we all know the UV rays emitted by the sun can cause various skin irritations. It directly damages the skin cells increasing cell turnover and skin dehydration.

To keep your skin healthy, it is important that you use sunscreen every day. Sunscreens block the UV rays emitted by the sun and neutralizing its effects on the skin. Look for a sun screen with a sun protection factor of 15. If you spend long hours under the sun a stronger SPF is recommended.

Washing your face too often is not advisable. Our body produces natural oils to conserve the moisture content of our skin. If you wash your face too often or if you take a bath several times a day, you unknowingly strip off the natural oils of your skin that acts as a barrier against the UV rays. Aside from that, the cleansers that you use may contain ingredients such as sodium that can make your skin dry and irritated. Sodium pulls out the moisture of your skin making it prone to skin damage.

Proper hydration is a must. Keep your skin hydrated by drinking 8 to 10 glasses of water every day. If your body is fully hydrated, it is less likely that you will experience skin dehydration. This is one of the practical ways of keeping your skin healthy.

Finally, eat foods that are rich in Vitamin C. Vitamin C is a natural antioxidant. It also helps with collagen formation and skin repair. Oranges and other yellow fruits and vegetables are rich in Vitamin C. Vitamin C supplementation is also recommended if you can’t get enough from your diet.

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