Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Tips to prevent premature ageing

Body lotion
Apply a suitable body lotion on the body as soon as you come out of the bathroom because at that time skin is damp and can absorb the moisturiser in the lotion better

Keep your skin hydrated
Keeping your skin hydrated can ease out most of the issues related to premature ageing and you can make your skin look smooth and supple by using a good quality hydrating body wash when you take a bath.

Avoid prolonged sun exposure
Your body is never safe from the UV rays of the sun and you need to take extra measures to keep your skin radiation free. Prolonged exposure to the sun rays can cause wrinkles, rashes, uneven skin tones and even sagging skin. Apply UV protected sun screen lotions to prevent premature ageing.

Green tea
Green tea

Sound sleep
Getting 7-8 hours of quality sleep every night is essential and it has also been proven that a good sleep can slow the rate of aging by repairing cell damage

Drink water
Drink water
Water will not only hydrate your skin but it will also help to remove toxic substances from our body which otherwise target our skin cells. Dehydration can lead to premature wrinkles and dull looking skin.

Garlic benefits the immune and cardiovascular system and regular prescription prevent hardening of the arteries.

Limit alcohol
Alcohol alters blood flow to the skin and it will give you an unhealthy appearance such as dullness, enlarged pores, sagging, discolouration etc. that can last for days

Stop smoking
Stop smoking as it depletes the skin of oxygen and vital nutrients including Vitamin C, critical in keeping skin youthful, moist and plumped up.

Regular exercising
Studies have indicated that exercise benefits the skin in much the same way as it improves bone and muscle quality.

Skin products
Always use quality products which help women to slow down the process of ageing or to reverse certain signs of ageing. Always avoid using skin products that are harsh to your skin.

Manage stress
Stress affects our skin`s oil production and contributes to acne as well, but in the long run, chronic stress can produce premature ageing and all the notorious symptoms that it entails including fine lines and deep wrinkles.

Healthy diet will help
Poor nutrition and crash diets can also lead to premature ageing. A healthy diet will always contribute positively to prevent early signs of ageing.

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