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How To Look 10 Years Younger And Make Your Skin Intact - Articles Surfing
By the time you reach 40 years old, you will discover that your skin is not as elastic and supple as it used to be. It will now be a bit drier and duller. The rosy glow you had when you were in your 20's are now beginning to fade and are starting to be replaced by age spots, freckles and wrinkles.
Do not panic! There are ways to delay the aging process and even reverse the telltale signs of aging without spending thousands of dollars. Keep on reading to discover how you can look a decade younger with soft and blemish-free skin:
Stay Out Of The Sun
It is true that you need a little morning sunshine to get vitamin D. However, staying too long under the sun, especially without protection, can really wreak havoc to your skin. Age spots, wrinkles, and other skin discolorations are mostly the results of sun damage. In fact, frequent and prolonged sun exposure can speed up the aging process.
If you want to look young, you need to stay out of the sun especially from 10AM to 3PM, regardless of whether you are wearing sun protection. You should also use a good sun block or sunscreen with a high SPF count.
The type of food we indulge in will be reflected on the appearance of our skin. If you are a fan of fried food and junk food, your skin will also look like junk * old, wrinkly and lifeless. Most of the junk food available in the market is filled with free radicals, which can be responsible for sucking out the moisture out of your skin and causing freckles and liver spots on your face and body.
As we age, our metabolism slows down, so does the ability of our skin to regenerate. Make it easier for your tissues to restore and rejuvenate dry and dull skin by eating food that is filled with antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. These nutrients are important allies in making you look and feel younger.
Food rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals are fish, fruits, green leafy vegetables, cruciferous and deep orange produce (carrots, squash and apricots), and lean meat.
It is usually hard to get all our daily requirement of vitamins and minerals from the food we eat. Thus, it is imperative that you look for supplements, such as multivitamin tablets, that will help you reach your daily requirement of nutrients.
The supplement you need to take must have Beta Carotene (crucial for cell regeneration), vitamin C (aids in making skin more elastic and stronger), vitamin E (prevents scarring and slows the aging process), Zinc (helps in cell repair and growth), selenium (fights cell damage caused by UV rays) and essential fatty acids (important in tissue repair and restoration).
Don't Hold Back On Water
Not many are aware that water is vital in maintaining most of our body's functions and processes. If you are dehydrated, some of the functions of your organs will be affected. To prevent dehydration, you need to consume at least three pints of water everyday.
If you want to maintain supple and clear skin, you have to increase your water intake because water does not only help in moisturizing the skin; it also assists in delaying the aging process. Furthermore, water is needed to eliminate the toxins and waste products of our body. It is important to note that skin diseases and blemishes are sometimes caused by stored waste products and toxins inside your body.
Cream It Up
As you get older, you need all the help you can get to maintain a healthy and glowing skin. So even if you eat tons and tons of vegetables and gallons after gallons of water, these are still not enough to promote elastic and clear skin. You must accept the fact that you need to use moisturizers and other skin products so you can strip at least 10 years of your age.
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