There are simpler—and less invasive—ways to look younger than botox and cosmetic surgery. Try incorporating a few of these habits into your daily routine that won’t just leave you with fresh-looking hair and skin. Wedding Affair brings to you some amazing anti-ageing tips that every woman must follow.
Use A Gentle Cleanser
Cleansing is important for removing any skin care product or makeup that you’ve applied during the day, as well as natural skin oils, pollutants, and bacteria that’s accumulated. It also means your skin care products will be able to enter your skin and work more effectively. Anti-ageing toners were developed in the past to restore the low pH of the skin after washing with a high-pH cleanser. If you’re using a cleanser with a low pH, then a toner is unnecessary. It’s much better to avoid damage in the first place than to undo it later.
Use A Physical Or Chemical Exfoliant
As you age, your skin slows down replenishing itself. Dead skin cells aren’t replaced by fresh cells as quickly, which means your skin starts to look dull and uneven, and may even crack. Anti-ageing exfoliants are a great way to help get dead cells off your skin. There are two main categories of exfoliants: physical and chemical. It’s best to avoid harsh physical exfoliants, such as sugar scrubs and cleansers with beads, because it makes your skin more susceptible to sagging. Chemical exfoliants gradually dissolve the bonds between skin cells and allow them to detach. They’re also suitable for skin of any age! The best exfoliants for maturing skin are alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) like glycolic acid and lactic acid. You can also find these acids in toners, serums, and at-home peels.
Pat, Don’t Rub Your Anti-Ageing Serums
In general, serums contain a higher concentration of active ingredients than a moisturizer. The best anti-ageing ingredients to look out for are vitamin A derivatives known as retinoids (retinol, tretinoin, and tazarotene) and vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid and magnesium ascorbyl phosphate). As well as increasing collagen in your skin, they also act as antioxidants to soak up the biological and environmental oxidative stress that builds up to cause ageing.
Sun protection is one surefire way to keep your skin looking as young as possible. The sun is responsible for so much of your skin’s visible signs of aging that sun damage gets its own special category in dermatology: photoaging. The sun’s UV rays can cause aging by: breaking down collagen and causing abnormalities in elastin. Leading to thinner skin and wrinkles, causing uneven pigmented patches to develop. So use sunscreen, and not just for the beach — use it every day. A daily application of a broad-spectrum SPF 30 sunscreen can fade age spots, improve skin texture, and flatten out wrinkles by 20 percent in only three months.
Protect Your Skin From Trauma
One of the key reasons wrinkles happen is due to damage to your skin, and since older skin is more fragile, trauma can have larger effects. While there isn’t much evidence on the impact of how you apply your anti-ageing skin care products. Studies have found that pressing your face against a pillow as you sleep can cause permanent sleep wrinkles. So it makes sense to err on the side of caution and avoid strong rubbing and tugging motions as you wash your face and apply your skin care products.
Also Read: A wedding menu for the health-conscious
To look & book wedding venues, vendors services, please log on to wedvendors.com