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How to Get Rid of Fine lines

 


WEAR SUNSCREEN

As you may already know, wearing sunscreen with an SPF of 30 goes a long way in preventing cancer.  

You may not know that sunscreen also slows the signs of aging. 

So wear that sunscreen on the beach, but remember using moisturizing sunscreen on your face daily

 will benefit your skin for the long haul.


LIMIT YOUR SUGAR INTAKE

Sugar in the body starts the process of glycation.  This is not beneficial, over time it breaks down the

 collagen in the body causes your looks to age.   So limit your sugar intake and avoid oil-rich foods to

 retain that youthful glow.


CUT OUT SMOKING

A study took identical twins and showed that the one that smokes appeared to be older.  

This proof that smoking affects the skin. Not to mention the high risk of cancer when you are a

 smoker. 


SWITCH UP YOUR SLEEP POSITION  

Wrinkles are caused by the position you sleep in.  It's called compression your face presses against the

 pillow the same way night after night.  Your skin becomes weaker in some places over time and

 wrinkles form.  So switch it up by sleeping on your back, this will slow or stop compression wrinkles.


UP YOUR ANTIOXIDANTS

Oxidative stress affects your skin more than any other in the body.  So while doing daily activities,

 living life, your skin is being damaged.  So antioxidants fight the damage done to your cells.  There

 are plenty of foods to eat to get that antioxidant boost your skin needs.  A diet rich in blueberries,

 spinach, kale, and grapes will cause your skin to become healthy from the inside out, slowing

 premature aging.  


FINAL THOUGHT

By itself, photo-aged skin isn’t a symptom to be concerned about. But if you’re especially concerned about your skin’s appearance as you grow older, you may want to speak to a dermatologist. If you’ve engaged in lifestyle habits such as smoking, excessive drinking, or tanning bed use, you should be particularly vigilant of your skin’s appearance, as you may be at risk for skincare.

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