4 Ways to combat aging skin

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During middle adulthood, we may begin to observe slight changes in our bodies. The exact timing may vary with genetics, environment, and lifestyle but many of us may start noticing a minor decline in our physical endurance and even in our cognitive abilities by our middle 30s. Once we reach mature adulthood, physical changes develop rapidly and become more evident; hair turns gray (most men experience hair loss) and skin becomes saggy and wrinkly.


With the present technology that we have, we can only do so much to fight the early signs of aging. We may not be able to escape it but we can slow it down through different ways. A cheap hair dye can get your white hair covered. What about your skin? You can’t be wearing an extra layer of clothes all the time just to hide it from other people. Fortunately, there are many ways that you can do to combat skin aging.

Learn more about the top 4 ways on how you can achieve a smooth, radiant, and younger-looking skin now.

1. Avoid prolonged exposure to the sun.

There are many factors that cause skin aging. Some of these include the reduction of collagen and elastin (which keeps the skin tight and firm) with age, the effect of gravity on our weakened skin, and individual genetic makeup. One of the leading causes of premature skin aging that we can do something about is sun damage. Not only do the harmful ultraviolet rays penetrate our skin and deteriorate elastic fibers, but they also increase the risk of forming liver spots in exposed skin areas.

Use sunscreen with SPF (sun protection factor) 15 to 30 whenever you go out even just for a while. Make sure that you apply it on your face, neck, arms, and other exposed body areas. Better yet, use hats and umbrellas and avoid going outside between 10 AM and 4 PM when the UV rays are strongest.

2. Include antioxidants in your diet.

Foods rich in antioxidants help fight against free radicals which are known to weaken and damage healthy cells. Some examples include berries, grapes, plums, prunes, kidney beans, garlic, green tea, and coffee. Aside from keeping your skin healthy, antioxidants can also reduce the risks of developing heart diseases, cancer, and Alzheimer’s disease.

3. Get a laser skin rejuvenation treatment.

Laser Skin Rejuvenation is a low-level laser therapy which involves precision removal of the skin’s damaged upper layers. The dermatological procedure enhances the growth of new healthy skin cells. It also stimulates collagen production, effectively removes wrinkles and fine lines, tightens saggy skin, flattens out scars, evens discolorations, and fix other skin imperfections. Consult with your trusted dermatologist now for more information on this treatment.

4. Use natural skin care products.

Days after getting a skin treatment, you may start using natural skin care products. Some of those that you can use include coconut oil, aloe extract, fresh cucumber, and honey. Know what’s best for your skin and follow a strict routine. Get enough sleep every day and always remember to hydrate adequately. Quit smoking and excessive alcohol intake to keep your skin smooth and younger-looking.

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