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We shouldn’t take our youthful skin for granted since we are all going to face old age at some point. The more we take care of our skin now, the later the aging will “arrive”, and we’ll feel younger, more beautiful, and most importantly –  be healthier! It’s never too late to start with skincare, so don’t let that stop you from getting started. Now, let’s find out what to do to take care of your skin and make it appear younger and more vibrant. The upcoming tips are not time-consuming, so you’ll be able to fit them right into your busy daily schedule.

Sun Protection

This is a serious problem a lot of people tend to take lightly. The sun is not a friend of your skin, no matter how much you like to get tanned. It’s best to wear protective clothing, and avoid exposing your skin to sunlight during the peak hours of 10 am – 2 pm. Applying sunscreen before you go out is another great habit to incorporate into your daily routine. Your sunscreen should have an SPF that’s above 15, but it doesn’t hurt to go with something stronger. Also, sunscreen isn’t the only product that can help you stay healthy and look youthful – all the other products you apply to your skin, including makeup, can also have an SPF as well. This will offer additional protection from the sun’s “youth robbing” effects. 

Eat Healthily

The way we look is actually a reflection of how healthy we are, so we can literally say that beauty comes from within. In order to be healthy, we need to eat healthily. Even for those people out there that say that cooking is too time-consuming and that it isn’t possible to fit that too into your busy day – there are plenty of fast, easy, and healthy recipes to find online. There are more and more books and TV shows that talk about recipes that are easy to make, so you won’t need any special cooking skills to maintain your health goals. You are bound to find something you like to eat, so you’ll be happy and healthy at the same time!

Quit Bad Habits

Alcohol usage and smoking are your sworn enemy in this fight for youthful skin. Everyone with a bad habit usually tells the same story – that they know someone who’s smoking for their whole life and that there’s nothing wrong with the way they look. The chances of that happening to you too are minimal at best. Find a way to quit your quiet killer – search for help, read some books, or find a good reason that will keep you going – and trust me, you’ll be happier, healthier and more beautiful than ever!

Gentle Treatment

A great time to really take care of your skin is bath time. It good to be aware that not all soaps are good for you, so try to avoid strong ones. When you find the one that makes you feel good – stick with it. Also, try not to stay in a hot shower for a long time because hot water isn’t that good for you – it removes natural oils from your skin. And if you find the time to let your skin dry naturally, you can prevent your towel from taking away too much of your skin’s moisture. In the end – don’t forget to moisturize!

Don’t believe everything you hear

We all tend to adopt all sorts of beautifying tips and tricks from people around us, but that can turn out to be pretty unfortunate if you are not careful. For example, a lot of people believe that indoor tanning is safer than outdoor tanning because you’re exposed to a controlled dose of UV rays. This is simply not true – tanning lamps contain a high dose of radiation, so those indoor tanners actually bring a higher risk of getting skin cancer. So, be very picky about the tips you end up using and make sure to see if that new treatment is good for you.

Now you have some great tips on maintaining the youthfulness of your skin and now it’s time to get started. Armed with these tips and the help of products like our rapid age-defying formula, you can be on your way to younger looking skin. Make the time to do something nice for your skin every day, and it will surely it will pay you back with a healthier and more vibrant look for many years to come!

References:

http://www.fda.gov/Radiation-EmittingProducts/RadiationEmittingProductsandProcedures/Tanning/ucm116445.htm

http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-living/adult-health/expert-answers/healthy-skin/faq-20058184

http://www.americanskin.org/resource/dryskin.php