Tips for Looking Years Younger
People, especially women, all over the world are always looking for the next miracle to erase the signs of aging. Though it’s healthy to embrace your age and the life experiences that have made you who you are, there’s nothing wrong with wanting to look as youthful as you can. And there are a huge number of ways to do this. If you look in the mirror and wish you could turn back the hands of time, a lot or just a little bit, you’re in the right place. This guide will help you choose methods of looking younger that fit your lifestyle.
Pay Attention to Your Hair Color
The color of your hair obviously plays a role in how you look. But it can also add or subtract years from your look. According to experts, ashy tones around your face can resemble grey hairs so you want to avoid them in favor of tones that are warmer and more golden in color. These will brighten your face and make you look more youthful.
Try an Acid Peel
If you’ve never done an acid peel, you might be surprised at just how dramatic the results can be. And those results are even better if you do an acid peel on a regular basis. That’s because using them consistently provides cumulative results that boost collagen production, even out discolored spots and smooth fine lines and wrinkles. If you have dry skin, experts recommend an acid peel once a week, all other skin types can use one twice per week.
Apply Vitamin A
Vitamin A is essential for healthy skin. In fact, vitamin A products, such as retinols and retinoids, may be some of the most powerful anti-aging ingredients out there. Of course, eating foods that contain vitamin A, such as salmon, eggs, sweet potatoes and carrots, is a skin healthy choice, but using vitamin A topically is also important. Skincare products that contain vitamin A help unclog pores, boost skin cell health, smooth lines and wrinkles and promote healthy skin cell turnover. They are best used as part of your nighttime skincare routine.
There are many benefits you can reap from staying active, no matter your age. One of them is that it boosts skin health and can make you look years younger. Studies have found that staying active encourages more blood vessels to grow in your body, which in turn boosts oxygen supply to the brain and blood. At the same time, exercise boosts endorphins, which make you feel happier and healthier. Physical activity also helps your skin glow and keeps you lean and muscular. Include both cardio and strength training for the best results.
Eat More Fish
Many kinds of fish contain a healthy dose of omega-3 fatty acids, which help battle the damage that leads to wrinkles. By including them as a regular part of your healthy meal plan, you can ward off the signs of aging on your face, as well as other parts of your body. The best sources of omega-3s are salmon, trout and tuna, but spinach, beans and broccoli are other healthy sources for people who don’t eat seafood.
Consider a Face Lift
A face lift is a cosmetic procedure that is done to lift the skin on your face and smooth out wrinkles and fine lines. A thread lift is a great choice and doesn’t require any surgical incisions and has very little recovery time. It can help improve the look of your jaws, eyebrow area and your cheeks, taking years off your face in very little time. You’ll notice immediate results, with final results appearing in six weeks to six months. If you’re not quite ready for a face lift, dermal fillers are another option.
Don’t Forget Sunscreen
While wearing sunscreen can’t erase the wrinkles and discoloration you already have, it can certainly prevent more from occurring. The UV rays from the sun can leave you with age spots, fine lines and wrinkles, not to mention it messes with your cellular structure and can eventually lead to skin cancer. Making it a habit to wear sunscreen on any exposed skin anytime you’re outside can help you stop aging in its tracks.
You don’t have to give up on a fresh, youthful look as you get older. By taking healthy steps now, you can always look and feel your best.
Dallas Dorrall is passionate about music and is living her dream managing and promoting Nashville/Muscle Shoals based Country Music Artist, Johnny Collier, currently touring the US. While traveling, she enjoys reviewing new artists, restaurants and nightclubs. Dallas is crazy about her family and friends and attributes her enthusiasm for life to a quote by Marianne Williamson (which she still reads every day) entitled “Our Deepest Fear”.