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Anti Aging Facts And Myths

By Edited Nov 8, 2016 0 0

There is a growing market that is thriving on the incessant desire to remain looking and feeling young. The anti aging industry is a booming one, and stores and the internet are filled with supplements, creams, books, products, and services, promising younger looking skin, eyes, bodies, and so on. It is difficult to tell fact from myth, but it is impossible to try every anti aging product and service offered. 

Fact: We Are Always Aging

Aging is a fact of life. From the day you are born, you are getting older. Anti aging products can prevent the signs of aging, make you look younger, and help keep your body feeling healthy. However, anti aging products and services cannot actual stop the aging process.

Myth: Wrinkles Are Determined Solely By Heredity

There is something to be said about heredity and the outward signs of aging. However, there are many more factors that come into play. Prolonged exposure to the sun is one environmental catalyst for lines and wrinkles, as are smoking, stress, failure to keep your skin moisturized. There are lots of anti aging products on the market specifically for preventing and stopping wrinkles. The best anti aging steps you can take is to take good care of your skin from the beginning.

Fact:  What You Eat Affects The Way You Look

It is no mystery that what you eat affects the way you feel. However, your weight is not the only outward appearance affected by the way you eat. Fruits and vegetables are naturally hydrating and can add a youthful glow to your appearance. A balanced diet of lean proteins, calcium, whole grains, and produce will lead to healthy, supple skin, an erect posture, and an overall look of youthful health. On the other hand, a diet that is heavy in fats and low in nutrients will result in dull skin that is easily damaged and discolored. Therefore, a healthy, balanced diet is an excellent tool in your anti aging arsenal. 

Myth: All Fluids Are Hydrating And Offer Similar Anti Aging Qualities

Water is a very important part of your body, and as you lose water throughout the day, it is important to keep yourself replenished. The water goes to all of your organs, your blood stream, and your skin to provide substantial anti aging effects. However, caffeinated drinks such as coffee and soda can actually have an inverse effect. They are dehydrating and will pull even more moisture from your skin and organs, thereby having a detrimental effect on your attempts to keep your skin young looking. Coffee and soda are not, in effect, evil, but are not replacements for water.

Fact: A Quality Skin Care Regime Can Make Your Skin Look Younger

While you may not be worried about the effects of aging on your skin when you are in your twenties, this is a good time to begin thinking about anti aging products for your skin. A mild cleanser with an exfoliator will help slough off dead skin cells and make new, vibrant skin cells more visible. Toner removes any left over dirt and helps to calm any irritated areas that might show red or discolored. A moisturizer then makes the skin supple and soft. With the right regimen, you can give your skin the anti aging capabilities it needs to stave off wrinkles.

Myth: You Can Cure Wrinkles

Once wrinkles have developed, they are there and they are yours. Today there are many different products available that can actually reduce the appearance of these lines and wrinkles, but none can make them go away. Additionally, there are some state-of-the-art cosmetics available that cover and mask wrinkles successfully as well. Truly, the best anti aging method there is to treat wrinkles and lines is to prevent them from occurring at all.

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