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Can you reverse aging?
Have you ever thought about why our skin ages? Well, there are numerous factors that affect our skin such as the sun’s harmful ultraviolet radiation, and the harsh environment, also on our lifestyle, habits, or you can say bad habits. As exceptions are everywhere, it could be possible that the young one is looking older than the actual old one. But apart from that all, there is a natural process which fades out the skin beauty with age.
As we grow older, the epidermis, which is the outermost layer of the skin starts thin, remaining the number of cells the same. The melanocytes which are pigment-containing cells also start to decrease, and the remaining melanocytes start to increase in size and make the skin look thinner, pale, and clear.
But keeping things aside, we can make our skin look flawless by changing the lifestyle and by changing the bad habits like smoking and drinking excessively.
In this article, I will share some natural tips on how to reverse aging
How to reverse aging skin naturally?
Improve your routine
Do you want to look younger than your age? Then, it will definitely be going to help you undoubtedly. We know that our regular routine is abundant with stress and a hectic work environment. So, to neutralize the stress, go for some interval workout. Yes, it will not only improve your health but your skin too.
Don’t believe me? Well, it is scientifically proven that when your workout, your heart pumps more blood, thus, improves your blood circulation, which then will help in delivering more oxygen and nutrients to your skin, and will make new skin cells.
The post-workout sweat is considered healthy for the skin. It will release all the toxic substances out of your skin and leaves glowing skin. If you continue practicing it, you will see your skin glowing in a different way.
Start consuming more water
We are 70% of water, you know. So, what water does to our skin? Water helps in the removal of toxins through your urine. All the unnecessary substances release out and give you a refreshing look. Numerous people have reported that it provided them a more radiant glow.
You can use water in many forms like you can squeeze some lemon into a glass of water, either you can use mint or honey. Honey is a wonderful antibacterial and antiseptic agent. It will heal acne-prone skin and keeps the skin moist.
Lemon on the other hand has antifungal properties. It also contains vitamin c which is an excellent ingredient for the skin. Mint is a natural astringent which helps in clearing the dead cells and in smoothening your skin and rejuvenating it.
Protection from sun
Sun produces ultraviolet rays which affect our skin cells, called melanin. Melanin protects our outer skin from sun rays and damage. The sun rays may leach out your skin elasticity leading to premature aging and make skin dark. Hence, be careful when going out in the sun.
Use a good quality sunscreen and use it whenever you go into exposure to the sun. sunscreen will protect your skin from sunburn and premature aging, wrinkles, and spots.
Sunscreen of at least SPF 30 should be used, to have a better shielding effect. It prevents the penetration of high-spectrum UV rays through the skin.
Take vitamin c in diet
Vitamin c is excellent in improving skin. It improves the formation of collagen which keeps the skin young. You can take vitamin c either by directly applying topically to your face or through diet. Some of the brilliant vitamin c items include lemon, oranges, tomatoes, kiwifruit, strawberries, etc. by adding vitamin c, you will gain an adequate amount of vitamin c which will affect you in keeping your skin healthy.
Vitamin c has great benefits for dry and damaged skin and it helps in reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
In some cases, the reason for damaged or aged skin may be the deficiency of vitamin c, and in that case, you must take care of your diet.
Quit smoking and drinking
This is the most important thing, we need to pay attention to. Smoking affects the skin. The nicotine in the tobacco constricts the amount of blood flowing in the body. The toxins produced affect your collagen and elasticity of the skin and make your skin look older and droopy. You may not feel it in earlier stages, but in the long run, this might cause some bad effects.
Alcohol, on the other hand, is good up to a limited quantity. But when you exceed its quantity consistently can be fatal to your heart and skin.
Alcohol dilates your skin pores and causes blackheads. Also, it dehydrates your skin. So, next time if you plan to cheer some shots, make your limits and say no.
Have a good approach towards aging
you know what, we all have a very bad approach towards aging, that we will become more old or unattractive with age. But it’s not true for sure. As we grow older, we become more mature, more humble, more beautiful by heart, and we understand everything, respect everything. just having some wrinkles downs our confidence. So, be confident and comfortable with your body and skin. do not do things for getting compliments that you look so young, do it for yourself, so you will be more confident and happy and satisfied.
Be happy. Do you know staying happy is the easiest way to reverse aging? yes, it does. When you stay happy your body responds to you in a good way. Find ways to be happy to be sad.
Skin is the most attractive part of everyone’s body. As it is the first thing people notice. It’s not compulsory that a fair complexion is important. But rather having healthy and glowing skin will attract more. So, to reverse aging or premature aging, you need to improve your routine and habits. By routine, it means that you need to pay attention to the physical activities more, it will release toxins out of your skin, and give you a refreshing face. Try consuming more water, and you can also put some squeezed lemon, mint, or ginger for better flavor and result. It will help in releasing out all the unwanted toxins through urine. Eat more vitamin c products. Quit bad habits like drinking and smoking and prefer them occasionally. Don’t forget to wear sunscreen when going out in the sun.