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How To Reduce Wrinkles

By Edited Nov 28, 2013 1 1

Wrinkles can signify wisdom, but most of us would rather not have them. We all know that wearing sunscreen, moisturizing and not smoking can help reduce wrinkles and keep us looking young but is there anything else that we can do?

1.) Eat Your Fats
Increasing your intake of healthy fats can not only help you lose weight, but also keep your skin cells strong. Omega-3 fatty acids can be found in cold water fish such as salmon and really help to nourish your skin and keep it hydrated.

2.) Sleep On Your Back
Sleeping in the same position night after night can lead to permanent sleep lines forming on your face. Sleeping on your side can lead to lines on your cheeks while sleeping on your stomach can lead to more wrinkles on your brow. To avoid this, try to train yourself to be comfortable resting on your back, where your face will not come into contact with anything.

3.) Stop Washing Your Face
How many times a day do you wash your face? Do you know that every time you do, you are washing away the natural oils in your skin? These oils help to protect your skin from wrinkles and dryness. In the morning, just rinse your face with warm water. Wash your face only at night before bed and use a good moisturizing cleanser. Never use hot or cold water as it can cause broken capillaries, use only lukewarm water.

Aging is inevitable and it happens to us all but no matter how stringent you are with your health and your skin, we can all do a little more to reduce the signs of growing old. Keep yourself healthy by avoiding the sun, avoiding cigarette smoke, eating a healthy, well-balanced diet and following an exercise program. If you don't do the basics, then wrinkles will happen no matter how many other tips you follow.

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Jun 16, 2010 2:20pm
EllenAlanna
Good Read!
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