Archive | July 22, 2016

3 Essential Tips for Keeping Your Skin Looking Great as You Get Older

Firm and blemish-free skin on your face helps to give you a healthy appearance. However, as you age, it may be harder to keep your skin looking radiant on a daily basis. You will begin to notice dryness, thinner skin and fine lines around your eyes and lips as well as less suppleness overall as you get older. While you cannot reverse the aging process, you can do a number of things to help protect your skin and make it more resistant to wrinkles, sun damage, thinning and sagging. If you are looking for easy ways to help keep your face looking great and firm as the years go by, heed the following skin care tips. Shield Your Skin from the Sun While the sun is a great source of natural vitamin D and mood-enhancing serotonin, too much of it can cause severe damage to your skin. So if you love to sunbathe, do it in moderation and take measures to shield your face from the harmful ultraviolet rays emitted by the sun and tanning beds. First, you need to make sure you protect your skin from the sun year round. Even if it is cold outside, if the sun is shining, your skin will be affected by UV radiation. When possible, wear a hat or visor to protect your face when you are outside. You should also wear protective clothing to shield your neck and to help prevent wrinkles in that area. If you skincare regimen includes a face firming serum, make sure that whatever brand you choose includes sun screen. There is no point in using a ton of anti-aging products if you are not actively protecting your face from the effects of the sun. Hydrate Your Skin When it comes to preserving the natural moisture of your skin, water is your friend. Keeping your skin moist is essential in the fight against dry, itchy skin. Your skin also becomes dry during the winter when heaters suck the moisture out of indoor air and when your skin reacts to cold winds. Drinking lots of water is one way to help keep skin hydrated. If you travel a lot by plane, you should be familiar with how dry air in cabins can contribute to your skin problems. To combat the dry air, use a face mist. Many skin care lines offer hydrating mist sprays that work along with other products […]

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