Everyone who reaches the sixties, or more, is going to feel the effects of aging skin. It begins to dry out. Skin ages and becomes thinner, losing fat tissue that was the glorious provider of smooth, supple, want-to-be-touched cheeks and arms and hands. Wrinkles? They were really there all along. As the skin ages, wrinkles that were virtually invisible become evident, then pronounced, then character-building. With aging skin care, a few doses of care will help realize what the heart sees.
Here are three lifestyle choices and three simple foods to help manage skin aging
To go alleviate the effects of aging skin these remedies will help and are actually a healthy endeavour even for other aging issues than just skin care.
Lifestyle choices for good health
- Protect the skin from the sun with sunscreen. A minimum SPF 30+ is required to be sure all exposed skin is protected against long-term exposure to the sun; longer than ten minutes.
- Smoking is just a bad habit for skin as well as the lungs (and just about everything else). It is drying out the skin from the inside out. Fortunately, even many years of smoking’s effect on the skin can be reversed, but stop smoking now.
- Exercise dilates the blood vessels. This enables more blood flow to the skin with nutrients necessary for goods skin care.
Let’s look at some of the best nutrients
- Eat berries, one cup three times per week. Blueberries, raspberries, blackberries are rich in antioxidants, the skin’s best friend. They also help prevent memory loss and are rich in fibre.
- Nuts, two cups per week. Almonds, cashews, pecans, and others, are high in protein and unsaturated fat and smooth skin.
- Salmon, grilled or baked twice a week, is the best source of omega 3 fatty acid, supple skin’s third-best friend.
If you have questions about aging skin care contact your local doctor, who will arrange for you to see a dermatologist. We‘ll provide you with a simple, efficient and very effective routine targeted to your concerns. Contact Us Today!