The most common sign of skin aging is wrinkles. Regardless of where they are or what biological or environmental factors contributed to them, the basic cause of wrinkles is the breakdown of collagen and elastin. Wrinkles begin to form beneath the surface of your skin as early as your 20s and while no product can give you wrinkle-free skin, understanding how wrinkles form and the best ways to prevent and treat different types of wrinkles can help you achieve smoother, firmer, younger-looking skin.
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IN YOUR 20'S
In Your 20's Thanks to plentiful youth hormones such as estrogen, women in their 20's should enjoy radiant, luminous skin and shiny hair. If you maintain a healthy lifestyle, get enough sleep and don't smoke, you should have abundant energy and will show rapid results with any fitness routine.
Unfortunately, many women in their teens and twenties do not protect their skin from excess sun exposure and often can be found on the beach or in tanning salons. This will rapidly age your skin—use a self tanner instead. Skin breakouts can still occur so be sure to keep skin clean, follow a healthy diet and don't forget the sunscreen.
IN YOUR 30'S
By the time you are 30, you should make sure that you have left poor eating habits behind because the first place they will show is in your face. Your skin always needs great nutrition—beauty from the inside out is key.
Your diet needs to include the following:
• High-quality protein
• Low-glycemic carbohydrates
• Healthy fats
• 6-8 glasses of water per day
• Antioxidant rich drinks such as green tea
IN YOUR 40'S
Be sure to take fish oil capsules and eat foods rich in the healthy fats to help keep skin supple and youthful.
Also it is vital to include many brightly colored fruits and vegetables to prevent free radical induced inflammation. Don't forget the protein—necessary for cellular repair. Watch alcohol intake, which is damaging to skin and internal organs and stay away from sugar and high glycemic carbs which will rob skin of youthful contours.
IN YOUR 50'S AND 60'S
When we get older, our skin cell turnover decreases, we lose the thickness of the dermis through the loss of collagen and elastin - all of which can be greatly decreased by the application of topical retinoids
Additional tips to restore radiance and keep skin supple and youthful during the menopause years and beyond:
• Take omega 3 fish oil capsules
• Regular exercise will increase circulation to the face,
thus promoting a glowing complexion
• Avoid smoking, which restricts the blood flow to the
skin and can cause sallowness and dullness - as well
as premature wrinkles, deep lines (especially on
the upper lip), and loss of suppleness
IN YOUR 50'S AND 60'S
• Don't go "fat-free" which will make your skin dry and
dull. Choose healthy fats as listed above for radiance
• Get enough sleep! Nothing is worse for your complexion
than sleep deprivation— which will also cause you to
crave sugary starchy food
• Limit alcohol consumption
• Collagen production decreases as you age, so nutrients
such as which help with collagen formation is beneficial
as you move into your 30's and 40's
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