7 Habits That Cause Aging Skin

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Aging skin is often determined by the health and lifestyle that you do every day. An important part of any program of anti-aging skin care is to find out whether you are doing will harm the skin and accelerate the aging process of your skin. These are seven habits That can Prevent the aging of skin:

Cigarette smoke: Whether you smoke, or you spend time with smokers? Cigarette smoke will damage and cause premature aging of your skin. Research shows that smoking cigarettes will significantly make wrinkles and dry skin. The reason, smoking and cigarette smoke will spend the content of Vitamin C which is an essential nutrient to keep skin moist. Some researchers believe that cigarette smoke (whether you smoke or not) can damage the skin such as ultraviolet rays from the sun-baked.

Sunlight: Too often in the sun will cause the aging of the skin. Skin that is not well protected when exposed to sunlight will easily arise freckles / spots. Black spots was originally brown, the longer exposed to the sun then the darker color, change the appearance of skin, dry rough, and wrinkled and sagging. The risk of skin cancer has also increased significantly. The good news, sun damage can be avoided if you start from now. You also can improve sun-damaged skin.

    * Meet the health and beauty consultant to assess the damage of your skin your skin, and find the possibility of developing skin cancer. They may be able to give appropriate advice which may help to reduce the damage caused by sun exposure.
    * If you want to avoid aging skin, but do not want to avoid the sun, make sure you use sunscreen that can protect the skin against UVA and UVB rays. Choose a sunscreen with SPF 15 or higher and use every day.

Lack of exercise: Exercise will help stretch the muscles and accelerate blood circulation. Therefore, exercise should be an important part of any program of anti-aging skin care.
Besides the physical benefits of exercise, the functions of regular exercise program will look on your face. Always smiling brightly with lots of energy will help you look and feel younger.

Cold weather: Cold winds and low temperatures lead to aging skin by making skin dry. So, if you are at cold temperatures, make sure to use a good moisturizer.
Do not forget to use moisturizer when in air-conditioned room. Consider using a humidifier (humidifier)
​​to keep your skin stay comfortable and reduce the effects of aging on the skin.

Alcohol: Alcohol contributes greatly to skin aging by expanding the small blood vessels in the skin and increase blood flow in the skin surface. Over time, the blood vessels can become permanently damaged, creating the impression of red on the skin surface.

Stress: Maybe you've heard the expression: "Do not frown, or your face could stay like that." Stress can cause brow puckered, and the longer the muscles in the face will form a frown lines. To help reduce aging skin due to stress, you should be aware of stress levels and try to express the face varies throughout the day. An anti-aging skin care program should include meditation, yoga, gentle exercise or other relaxation techniques. Continue to monitor stress levels to minimize wrinkles and aging skin so you look and feel younger.

Lack of sleep: Sleeping too little will make you look and feel tired. One part of the body that will show if you lack sleep are the face, with dark circles under the eyes, and sagging skin. Sleep deprivation is also a major factor that makes people easy to forget and will experience symptoms of depression. Research has shown that most adults will get the best functionality by sleeping 8-9 hours every night. Reduce caffeine during the day (by not at all in the afternoon and evening), avoid eating at least 2 hours before bed, and slept with enough quality. If you have trouble sleeping, for whatever reason, it is important to consult with your health consultant.