Who would like to see wrinkles on her face? Nobody. But rather than trying products that may or may NOT work, why don’t you learn what causes wrinkles, and try to avoid them? Instead of worrying, take steps that will reduce wrinkles on your face naturally, and may even delay their appearance. A wrinkle is a fold or crease in the skin. Wrinkles appear on the skin as you age when aging skin starts to lose its ability to hold on moisture, makes less oil, and is slower to heal. It also produces less collagen, and because collagen is what makes your skin smooth and elastic, wrinkles start to appear. Try Zarza Serum Today For $4.95 and learn all the tips to reduce wrinkles.
Wrinkles. Cute on puppies, elephants, and a baby’s chubby leg; not so cute on us as we get older. We can’t stop the aging process, but we can minimize the damage and the wrinkles. Our skin has two layers: the epidermis (outer layer) and the dermis (below the epidermis). Wrinkles happen in the dermis. The dermis is made up of collagen and other proteins. As we age, our bodies produce less collagen. The collagen is what makes our skin elastic and smooth. Less collagen results in saggy skin with wrinkles. Lots of factors contribute to this process. Here are some:
- Sun damage
- Poor nutrition
- Facial expressions (laughing, squinting, etc.)
- Pollution and toxins
- Natural aging
- Sleeping on your side ( with your cheek pushed against your pillow)
Some tips and tricks that can help you reduce effect of wrinkles;
- DON’T SMOKE: We all know how bad it is for you. There are a million reasons not to smoke, and wrinkled skin is as good of a reason to quit as any.
- STAY HYDRATED: Good skin starts from within. Stay hydrated with water, coconut water, and green tea (which is full of antioxidants). Not only is moisturizing from within important, but water rids your body of toxins.
- EAT LOTS OF ANTIOXIDANTS: Free radicals (unstable molecules that damage our skin – i.e. pollution & toxins) hate antioxidants. Vitamins A, C, & E, and beta carotene are all antioxidants. Here are some sources of antioxidants:
- Beans (red, kidney, pinto)
- Well….pretty much every fruit & vegetable. So eat your fruits & veggies!
- USE A NONTOXIC MOISTURIZER: Ladies, admit it. How many different bottles of “miracle” moisturizers are in your bathroom? I know I went through a ton of expensive products. I started using oils instead of lotions and creams about 2 years ago & my skin has never been better!
- Coconut oil: Coconut oil is an amazing oil. It is very moisturizing when used topically and reduces age spots, wrinkles, and cellulite (I can testify that it did attack my cellulite! It didn’t zap all of the cellulite away like magic, but it did reduce it within a month). I use coconut oil with vitamin E as a body moisturizer and my makeup remover. Vitamin E is a topical antioxidant.
- Argan oil: I moisturize my face with argan oil. Argan oil is a drier oil than coconut oil. I know many people use coconut oil on their face, but it is too oily for my complexion. So I use argan. Argan oil is also very moisturizing, full of antioxidants, and a natural anti-inflammatory.
- Other oils great for moisturizing are jojoba, grapeseed, and olive oil.
- EAT LOTS OF SATURATED FAT: I eat a high fat diet and am thinner than ever. Good saturated fats are an essential part of a healthy diet and healthy skin. Saturated fat makes your skin more elastic and more resistant to the oxidative damage from the sun. Sources of saturated fat include grass-fed butter (homemade is best), avocados and coconut oil.
- USE A NONTOXIC SUNSCREEN: Toxins and free radicals are a big source or wrinkles. And most commercial sunscreens are full of toxins. Lots and lots of toxins. And there are lots of studies in progress now to determine if they really prevent skin cancer. Check your favorite sunscreen in the EWG database and see how toxic your sunscreen really is.
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