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A Simple Anti Aging Skin Care Guide That Really Delivers Results
Are you frustrated that your skin is starting to show signs of aging?
While it�s natural to feel this way, unfortunately, it�s just not possible today to completely totally halt our skin's aging process.
But, by diligently following a simple anti aging skin care guide, you can dramatically slow this process down.
So what are some top tips for healthier and younger skin?
Here we go :
1. Allow yourself only moderate exposure to the sun.
By all means have some exposure to sun because it�s vital for our health and lifestyle, but certainly don�t over do it.
You might not know that relying too much on a sunscreen is not the best idea.
That�s because most sunscreens contain chemicals that are not so great for your skin.
Also, for those of you who want to know why we need to limit our exposure to the sun, let me share with you the following fact.
We need sunlight because our body must produce Vitamin D.
This chemical is an essential compound for good health.
However, too much sunlight will affect the levels of a chemical called Hyaluron.
Now Hyaluron is a major part of your skin and is needed for tissue repair function.
But, as we age, and then get too much exposure to sun, the UVB rays on the bright sunny days really damages our skin at a cellular level.
Excessive exposure to the sun causes the skin to manufacture less and less Hyaluron over time.
But healthy skin needs an optimum amount of Hyaluron.
2. Drink Plenty of Water
This is such a simple tip but it�s one of the best things that you can do during the day.
Also, you are far better off drinking clean filtered water as it will not harm your body with hidden pollutants.
3. Watch Your Diet
Your diet needs to include things that are rich in fresh fruits and vegetables. Also, you should eat lots of whole grains.
And, avoid overly processed food that has been stripped of good essential trace elements.
Try and always eat food types that are full of vitamins and antioxidants.
4. Get Enough Exercise
Exercise is as important as what you eat.
Enough exercise will benefit you in many ways.
Exercise increases your collagen production, which naturally decreases as you age but is an essential part of looking younger.
As well, exercise also removes toxins from the skin and toxins have been found to be partly responsible for causing wrinkles.
5. Choose Your Anti Aging Creams Wisely
One of the best anti aging weapons is to carefully choose an effective anti aging cream.
Choose a scientifically proven cream that uses the latest chemical technology to reverse the aging of your skin.
Not all creams are created equal and many expensive, high profile brands contain chemicals that really are not all that effective in slowing the aging of your skin.
New generation anti aging creams are based on proper scientific research work. They work by stimulating the production of new collagen and boosting levels of elastin in your system.
It�s these elements that help keep your skin looking young and fresh.
Also, look for special compounds in these new generation creams that contain Phytessence Wakame and Nanobelle Coenzeme Q10.
These compounds are vital because they help to boost the production of collagen and elastin.
It�s these elements that are vital in slowing the aging of your skin.
Wakame for example, is rich in sodium, iron, potassium and calcium (15 times more calcium than milk).
It�s these minerals that are vital in maintaining your level of skin moisture, and help give it a glowing, healthy radiance.
Wakame is also rich in vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6 B12.
These contribute to healthy skin by soothing inflammation of the skin.
Now that you know this, I hope that this information will inspire you to start following this simple anti aging skin care guide and help reverse the visible signs of aging.
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