Wrinkles are one of the most visible signs of aging. So many people all over the world spend so much money on smoothing wrinkles, that the beauty industry is one of the biggest and most lucrative on the planet. But what can you do at home to smooth and de-wrinkle your skin? Do you need to go to an expensive spa as often as possible? We have collected some easy tips and tricks that you can make use of at home to achieve as a younger, smoother look.
Diet plays a huge role in what your skin looks like. As we age we lose collagen and elastin, both of which are responsible for our skin’s eclectic qualities. Eating the right foods and making sure that you drink enough water will go a long way to helping restore both of these. A diet high in fresh fruit and veg is optimal over one saturated with sodium and carbs. If you do eat carbs, then try to ensure that they are whole grain as these provide fibre and nutrients.
Drinking enough water can never be stated too much. Your skin needs moisture to be elastic, and although you can provide that from the outside, it needs to be provided from the inside too. You should be drinking at least 2.5 litres of water a day.
Oddly enough, egg whites have been used for many years to reduce the appearance of wrinkles on both your face and your neck. Full of protein, vitamin E and vitamin B, egg whites will leave your skin feeling refreshed and smooth.
Good quality skin products can never be downplayed. They are readily available both on the internet and in boutique stores. Choosing the right products can often have the same effect as a spa day. Modern wrinkle fillers make use of Hyaluronic Acid, the same stuff that is used in injectable fillers. This retains moisture up to a thousand times its own weight and can deliver that payload right into your skin. These creams and fillers have been proven to reduce the appearance of both deep wrinkles and fine lines, especially when used over time.
Red-faced is not something that we really ever want to be. Whether it’s caught out, or simply having a red shiny complexion. There are many, many things that can cause a red face though, not counting embarrassment. The most common ones are of course sun damage or acne, but what about some less common reasons? […]