Lower the Risk of Premature Skin Aging

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Premature aging is prominent as we grow older. Premature aging is signs of aging, such as facial wrinkles, fine lines, and black spots, which occurs around the age of 25. This can be caused by smoking, too much sun exposure, sleeping habits, diets, and more. For this aging process, fine lines and wrinkles appear first, then over time, loss of elasticity and volume on the skin becomes noticeable.

As we grow older, our looks will change as no one can escape the natural aging process. But in spite of those things, it doesn’t indicate that we really could not do anything to make our skin appear younger and slow the aging process down. Here are some fantastic ways on how to minimize the premature signs of aging.

Have a Consistent Sleeping Schedule

Sleep is very important for all of the organs of our body, especially the skin. It is said that lack of sleep negatively affects the potential of the skin to regenerate itself at night, knowing that cell regeneration happens during times of deep sleep. Also, multiple stress factors, combined with the failure of getting enough sleep, which does not allow your skin to recover from them as much as you should, will all make you look older than you are.

Manage Your Stress

After a tough and stressful event, there’s a decent possibility that you’ll discover a couple of extra lines on your forehead. This makes it not surprising at all that stress is a component of premature aging.

According to a study conducted last 2014, chronic stress can encourage wrinkles to form and have detrimental effects on the aging of the skin. This happens due to the stress that induces inflammation and affects the body’s capability to heal itself.

Protect Your Skin from the Sun

Sun protection is a must. It doesn’t matter if you’re going to run some errands, spend a day at the beach, or just going to take a walk outside, but sunscreen should always be applied to your skin. The sun’s UV rays, whether it is UVA or UVB, can inflict wrinkles on the skin and produce dark patches which can make us appear much older for our current age.

Choose a Sunless Tanning

If you plan to get a tan, opt for sunless tanning. Getting a tan from the sun ages the skin prematurely. If you desire to look tan throughout the year without increasing the risk of skin cancer and wrinkles, go for a sunless tanning treatment or have a spray tan, but make sure that you choose an organic brand.

Be Active Most of the Days

Regular exercise improves blood circulation and boosts the immune system. As the blood is pumping, it allows parts of the body and face to heal itself and helps to keep you looking younger and healthier. A big advantage of exercising regularly is that it also improves the production of the growth hormone of the body.

Eat a Balanced Diet

Research results from a few studies indicate that regular consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables may help reduce the damage, which can correspond to the premature aging of the skin. The findings also indicate that having a diet consisting of lots of sugar, processed foods, fatty foods, and other refined carbohydrates accelerates the aging process.

Don’t Forget to Moisturize

Moisturizers are already considered an essential product to your skin all year round. They hold water captive in our skin, offering it a more radiant look. Dry skin is a gateway to fine lines and wrinkles, and it’s a great way to fight back with topical hydration. Use goods that contain emollients and hyaluronic acid which give and lock moisture to the layers of the skin all day long.

Fight Changes as It Occurs

Seek cosmetic procedures as soon as the fine lines and/or wrinkles become visible. Seeking cosmetic treatments does not only aid in maintaining your radiant beauty, but you can feel extremely happier about yourself. Moreover, it will inspire you to keep on taking excellent care for your body both inside and out.

When it comes to aesthetic services, BOTOX®, JUVÉDERM®, and Restylane® are some of the top options for treating fine lines and wrinkles. BOTOX® is a modified type of the neurotoxin Botulinum Toxin A that is injected into people for both cosmetic and therapeutic use. It eases the facial muscles and blocks local nerve function. This stops people from creating facial gestures that make up the wrinkles.

JUVÉDERM® or Juvederm fillers are composed of hyaluronic acid gel, a clear, gooey substance that is naturally produced by the body, which greatly improves the volume and hydration. It can fix mild to extreme wrinkles and wrinkles.

Restylane® is also a filler that is made up of hyaluronic acid. It’s a soft tissue dermal filler that enhances volume and softens facial folds around the eyes and mouth area.

Aside from BOTOX®, JUVÉDERM®, and Restylane®, there are lots of other aesthetic options to choose from when it comes to making yourself look amazing. To know more about these, you can contact James Christian Cosmetics today for a no-cost consultation.

*Information in this article is not medical advice and may not be factually accurate. It is intended for entertainment purposes only. Consult with a physician before attempting any tips in this blog post and to get the most up to date factual data about any procedure or treatment.