Sure, aging is a part of life, but that doesn’t mean we can’t turn back the clock…a little. When it comes to keeping skin looking younger as we get older, a few simple habits can go a long way. The first step: Practice smart basic skin care with a daily regimen that focuses on maturing skin.
Attention, all ladies (and gentlemen) of a certain age! The foundation for an anti-aging skin care regimen is the same as any basic skin-care routine: washing with mild facial and body cleansers, exfoliating on a regular basis, moisturizing early and often, and practicing daily sun protection on a year-round basis. But skin changes with age, and that’s when products specifically designed for you can become powerful tools in your anti-aging arsenal. Did you know that you can have your Skin-Care product specifically made for you based on your DNA! to keep wrinkles and skin slacking at bay www.mygenewize.com/lifestyles
Fine lines and wrinkles: As we grow older, skin loses its elasticity. That’s what causes those pesky lines and wrinkles to make their unwelcome debut and our youthful, glowing complexion to fade. While this may seem inevitable — and to some extent it is — there are effective ways to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Using a customized product made exclusively for you that targets your predispositions to wrinkling, skin slackening, collagen breakdown, photo aging, detoxification, oxidative stress and irritation will help mitigate and compensate for these predispositions and help restore your skin’s natural youth.
Adult acne: Your teenage years may be well behind you, but apparently no one told those pimples that keep popping up! So while it doesn’t seem fair that acne can still rear its ugly head — that is, both its blackheads and whiteheads! — the truth is that adult acne is very common. Your Customized Skin Repair Serum will also address the bacterium that causes acne. There is also help for your teenager with YGLT a Skin Serum made for specifically for teenagers.
Sun damage: Sun exposure can create any number of problems for aging skin. Some — like sunspots and leathery texture — are unsightly but harmless. But others, like basal or squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma, can be more serious or even life-threatening. Your best defense: Minimize your exposure to the sun and wear sunscreen, which is the most effective anti-aging product available, according to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD). The AAD recommends practicing smart sun protection year-round by liberally applying a broad-spectrum sunscreen that fights both UVA and UVB rays with an SPF of at least 15 — though some dermatologists encourage a minimum of 30 for better protection.
Spider and varicose veins: Whether they’re thin and purple or thick and blue, visible veins are at the top of many a woman’s “hate” list. What cause spider and varicose veins? Less-than-perfect circulation, which taxes the veins, causing them to swell and bulge, or burst, leaving a “spidery” trail. The condition is often hereditary and/or or sensitive to hormonal fluctuations. The best way to prevent varicose or spider veins is to promote good circulation with regular physical activity, particularly cardio exercise like walking, jogging, cycling, or swimming.
- Eat a healthy, fiber-rich diet with plenty of fruits, vegetables, and other foods that are high in antioxidants and omega-3s.
- Make exercise that combines cardio with strength training a regular part of your daily routine.
- Quit smoking and avoid excessive alcohol, as well as exposure to environmental pollutants, including secondhand smoke and air pollution.