What to look a few years younger? What about 10 years younger? Is that enough for you? We guess it it, so take a look at these tricks that will help you in your mission 🙂
Use Retinoid Creams
Retinoid creams help your body produce more collagen to make you look younger by getting rid of wrinkles, acne & age spots
You can get the more potent prescription retinoid creams like Renova, Tazorac and Retin-A or…
You can get the over-the-counter retinoid creams like DermaDoctor Intensive Retinol or L’Oreal Paris Advanced Revitalift
Dermatologist Dr. Dover says he can easily tell if a woman has been using retinoids because she just looks TOO good for her age.
You’ll look younger within a couple of weeks to a couple of months depending on whether you use a prescription strength or over-the-counter retinoid cream.
Exfoliate 1-to-3 Times a Week
When you exfoliate your skin you are basically removing all the old ugly dead skin cells (along with all the nasty oil, dirt & germs) to instantly reveal your younger looking face plus…
Exfoliation boost collagen production and since you’ve removed all the dead skin cells exfoliating…
Exfoliation makes it easier for your skin to absorb any moisturizer or any other skin treatments you use.
You can start to look much younger if you use exfoliation products that contain antioxidants & retinoids but when exfoliating…
Make sure the particles in your exfoliating scrub are smooth & tiny like St. Ives Elements Microdermabrasion and not so big & rough they may damage your skin.
If exfoliating scrubs end up being too rough for your skin then chemically exfoliate your skin using products containing glycolic or salicylic acid that also get rid of acne.
Monthly Chemical Peels
A Chemical peel or microdermabrasion is an advanced form of exfoliation done by your dermatologist where the upper layer of skin is removed to stimulate more collagen production and just like regular exfoliation…
You’ll look younger instantly after a Chemical peel but if you can’t afford the monthly doctor visit then use an over-the-counter chemical peel like DermaNew
“In some ways, my skin is better now than it’s ever been. I used to get more pimples, and my pores could look big. But through skin care, microdermabrasion, and possibly aging, my skin has gotten less oily and evened out a bit. – Supermodel Cindy Crawford
6-to-8 Hours of Sleep
When you don’t get enough sleep you are more likely to become fatigued and stressed out causing your body to release a hormone called cortisol that damages your skin.
Not getting enough sleep leads to puffy eyes and you can easily look many years younger by getting into the habit of getting 6-to-8 hours of sleep each night.
When you sleep 6-to-8 hours each night your body produces more growth hormones to keep your skin supple & elastic preventing your skin form wrinkling prematurely.
Sleep is free cosmetic medicine, pure and simple, nothing exacerbates stress and etches in lines like exhaustion.- Dr. Amy Wechsler
Don’t use Tanning Beds
Tanning beds are just as bad as the sun for making you look older so if you really need a tan it’s better that you use a Self Tanner
Don’t eat TOO Much Sugar
Too much sugar in your diet will lead to an age accelerating process in your body known as glycation and to make a long story short…
Glycation does damage to the collagen in your skin making you lose skin elasticity causing wrinkles to appear.
Eat more of these healthy foods and avoid these bad processed foods like sodas & snacks that are full of phosphates that accelerate aging by replacing the calcium in your body and you need calcium to control the thickness and color of your skin and…
According to Dr. Steven Dayan who is a facial plastic surgeon out of Chicago… There’s evidence that people who eat diets high in refined sugars get a dull, yellow cast to their skin.