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The Best Anti-Aging Skincare for Every Age

Thursday, October 13, 2016 23:29
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Whereas birthday celebrations are a big hit, almost like a requirement, to make a child happy, adults have a harder time blowing off those birthday cake candles with every year that passes by.  It’s hard to, most especially when you perceive every year you celebrated as another period when you grew new wrinkles or started to feel pain on your knees and ankles.

If you have been unsatisfied with the results you’ve been getting from your wrinkle care regimen then, you’re perhaps on a lookout, yet again, for the next anti-wrinkle product to add to your routine.  Questions like, “Does Boots No. 7 work?” or another similar riddle concerning another product is probably playing in your head.

Your skin’s cravings

Audit your skincare practices by asking yourself the following questions:

1:  Do you apply your sunscreen religiously?  

If not, then you’re in for even bigger trouble.  The wrinkles and sunspots you see now are bound to multiply in the coming years. Still, it’s never too late to catch up on this habit for your health and beauty.

2:  Are your daytime and nighttime regimens free from harsh ingredients?  

Stick to mild and gentle ingredients only because aging skin is delicate skin.  Some of the ingredients to avoid are synthetic preservatives and chemical sunscreen actives which are toxic to your skin and body, sulfates which clog your pores, and fragrances which are widely recognized as one of the top three skin irritants.

3:  Do you cleanse your skin twice daily?  

Even if you have dry skin, you need to wash once in the morning and once again before you sleep.  If you have oily skin, you don’t need to clean more often.  Follow up with toner to draw out any remaining impurities stuck in your pores.  Keeping a clean face helps clear your skin of infections and is particularly a must when you have acne-prone skin.

4:  Do you have a regular schedule for exfoliation? 

Get it from a professional or DIY, your skin needs to be sloughed off of dead skin and impurities twice weekly, and less frequently when you have sensitive skin.  Never exfoliate daily, or your skin will end up stripped off of moisture.

5:  Do you subscribe to a regimen that’s fit for your aging skin?  

Aging skin requires more intensive care that goes beyond boosting moisture levels.  How does Boots No. 7 work?  Your aging skin needs more antioxidants, cell-communicating peptides, and moisture attracting molecules like coenzyme Q10, all of which are infused with this product’s formula.  Your skin may require more help from brightening creams, essences, and serums depending on your aging skin issues.

6:  Have you been getting a good night’s sleep?  

Make it a habit of retiring to bed early to allow yourself at least 7 hours of sleep but, not just any sleep, and it has to be a deep and rejuvenating one.  Your body cells work at optimally when you are asleep, allowing constant pumping of energy to maintain homeostasis and channeling of conserved energy to power up more processes at the cellular level.

7:  Have you been watchful of your diet?  

Aging is equivalent to several physiological changes, including slower metabolism.  You should eat only what your system can quickly break down and assimilate, that is, fresh fruits and vegetables, and other natural produce.

8:  Have you been exercising regularly?  

You can improve your blood circulation, muscle mass, and bone density to prevent nutrient buildup that appears on your skin as dark under eye circles, sagging and other signs of skin aging through regular exercise.  Don’t be surprised to see your facial and neck skin loosen up if you don’t get enough physical activity.

9:  Have you been unnecessarily exposing yourself to pollution and extreme environmental conditions?

Infection presents you to free radicals while too hot or too cold climates can suck out moisture from your skin.  Avoid these environments as much as you can.  Since smoking is a form of pollution, you also better quit if you haven’t already done so.

10:  Have you been worrying?  

Find a resolution as soon as you can.  If you don’t have control over the cause then why to bother worrying at all — it’s beyond your control.


If you answered more items contrastingly then, you have a lot of changes to make.  Use beautiful skin as a motivation but, at the end of the day, it’s your overall health and well-being that you will be promoting.


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