Want to look younger? There’s a couple of tips that you can do that can help your skin slow down the ageing process.
1. Wear Sunscreen
A large percentage of the visible signs of ageing (wrinkles, age spots) result from the cumulative effect of ultraviolet rays on the skin, over time. Wear sunscreen and you’ll keep these at bay.
2. Get enough sleep
The whole idea of beauty sleep is not a myth. Your body needs time to restore itself overnight and that includes your face, too. While you sleep, cells are busy repairing DNA damage from the day before, so snuggle down and give them a chance to get on with it.
3. Learn where to put concealer
Dabbing a bit onto the skin between the inner corner of the eye and the nose has the effect of casting light into a notoriously dark spot and brightens up the face of anyone over 30. Sneak a bit around the edges of your nostrils, too, to minimise redness.
4. Resolve to eat more oily fish
Or failing that, high-grade fish-oil supplements. None of us consume enough essential fatty acids, which as well as helping our brains to function more smoothly are considered vital to keep skin-cell-membranes in good health and therefore stop the skin from getting too dry.
5. Wear tinted moisturiser
If your complexion looks even in tone, you appear younger. That’s not just supposition – it’s been proved by research (by Dr Bernhard Fink, an expert in evolutionary psychology at the University of Gottingen).
6. Drink plenty of water
Particularly hard to do at this time of year when it is so much easier to reach for warming coffee, tea or hot toddies. It won’t hydrate your skin directly, but it will improve the way your insides work and good gut health is soon reflected in glowing skin.
Guinot Double Ionisation Serum Gel Nutrition — Nourishing Face Gel is part of the Hydradermie treatment. Women of all ages are concerned about their skin’s beauty and youthful appearance. Real alternative to aesthetic medecine, Hydradermie Youth stimulates cellular energy, for a youthful looking skin.
Pro-ceramides improve cellular cohesion and thus the skin’s elasticity. Essential fatty acids and vitamin F provide the skin with nutrition, whilst shea butter restores softness. As soon as the treatment is over, your skin will feel more hydrated and comfortable. You will be able to visibly see that your skin has regained luminosity.
(Thanks to Telegraph for the tips)