Face will reflect what you Eat
You want a good skin? Look at your diet. Higher intakes of Vitamin C and lower intake of fats and carbohydrates are related to better appearance as your age increases.
Ever-changing diet will help in your looks. Antioxidants in your diet, like Fish, Fruits, and Vegetables will protect the skin.
Anti-aging cream may contain Vitamin C or E. So intake more in these antioxidants to work from the inside also.
Consumption of foods rich in vitamins C, E, with the mineral selenium, can protect the skin from sun damage. They may also help in reverse the signs of aging, like wrinkles and skin appearance.
Getting 7-8 hours a Good night sleep will keep your body and skin in well shape.
It also affairs how you sleep. Resting your face on the pillow for a years in the same position, will attracts wrinkles on the skin where it is pressed against the pillow.
Sleeping on the stomach will also turn speckles under your eyes. Solution is just Sleep on your back.
Acne is another common skin problem, caused by the extra hormones in the body. The best way to avoid these breakouts is to wash your face two three times in the day, using an oil-free moisturizer. Seek an expert advice before using any acne products.
Avoid Harmful Rays
About 90% of all skin harms are due to the Sun-rays. As your time goes up in the Sun, your risk of developing skin cancer at increased level. Thus protect your skin by wearing wide range of Sun-blockers. Look for products which contains zinc oxide, titanium dioxide, or avobenzone [products that absorbs the full spectrum of UVA rays].
Sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher are best. [SPF refers the ability of a sunscreen to block ultraviolet B (UVB) rays, which cause sunburns, but not UVA rays, which are more closely linked to deeper skin damage. Both UVA and UVB contribute to the risk of skin cancer]
Avoid the sun between 10 am and 2 pm when Sun-rays are at stronger
Stop Skin Aging
Exercise is beneficial to every part of human body, that includes the largest organ, skin also. Exercise or physical activity improves blood circulation, nutrients to the skin. Thus better blood in-flow brings more oxygen and nutrients and help the skin to produce collagen, which stave’s off wrinkles. Wash your face right after an exercise and avoid close headbands, which can trap sweat and irritate the Skin.
Care for Aging Skin
As your age increases, skin changes. Human body doesn’t produce as much collagen, and the elastin that makes the skin to come back to its original shape will gets weaker.
Our body also doesn’t create or lose skin cells as fast. Thus to boost Anti-aging skin, and to remove dead skin, use a nondrying soap, and moisturizer often. Use over-the-counter retinoids to reduce wrinkles.
Excessive Alcohol is bad for skin as well as body [Fact but……!]. Alcohol is a diuretic; it causes the body to lose water by passing of excess urine. Which can contribute to dry skin. It also widens blood vessels. That’s why drinkers often have red, rosy-cheeked faces. Over time continuing the drinks, may leads blood vessels permanently damaged, so that skin remains red. Alcohol, especially red wine in excess, can also causes rosacea flare-ups
Merely put, smoking is bad for skin. Smoking is the second largest in causing the premature wrinkles and dry skin against the Sun.
Smoking reduces blood flow to the skin and adds to the breakdown of collagen and less collagen means more wrinkling.
You can’t reverse this damage, but you can stop it by ceasing smoking.
Drink Coffee or Wear It?
Caffeine contained in Tea and Coffee is a dehydrating element causes to skin dry out. Recent study reveals that when applied locally to skin, caffeine may reduce the Sun damage and lowers the risk of few skin cancers.
Every day, skin comes in contact with cigarette smoke, car exhaust, or cloudy air pollution. Keep skin flushed by washing it clean.
You can cleanse your face with a gentle soap or water wash, or exfoliate [substance to remove dead skin cells] in the night with gentle toners to remove dead skin cells, and then apply a retinoid cream and moisturizer.
Inside and Out in Winter
Cold weather and wind bring on dry, flaky skin and can make skin disease and rosacea worse. It’s not just outside, air-dried heat indoors can harsh on skin. Fight back it by using humidifier at home, drink lot of water, and apply moisturizer throughout the day to ward off dry skin. Retrieve uses of sunscreen whenever you walk out.