Nothing can completely prevent the clock from taking its toll on our bodies. As time passes by, we can both see and feel the ageing in our bodies; this can be both liberating and depressing, depending on your perspective.
As we get older, it becomes more difficult to hold back the ravages of time. Fortunately, a proactive regimen that seeks to minimise these effects early on can help slow down that ageing and give us more time to enjoy our naturally radiant youth.
Regardless of your age, if you’re wanting to hit the snooze button on ageing, keep reading to find out about some simple solutions that’ll make this possible.
Effective, Customised Facial Creams
For those who are already seeing significant signs of ageing, a combination of solutions may be necessary to stop ageing in its tracks and to reverse the clock. For an increasing number of people, a customised face cream is one such solution.
Depending on whether the primary effects of ageing are being caused by a lack of hydration, sun exposure, bad diet or something else, you can find a variety of unique solutions that address specific concerns. Everybody is different, and this couldn’t be truer for our skin: the same product doesn’t work for everybody.
However, face creams are one such solution where there is an option for just about everybody when it comes to fighting the effects of ageing.
Our faces are just like any other muscle or part of the body: use it or lose it! As we age, muscle definition naturally decreases, as does the elasticity in our skin. In many cases, the first place this ageing shows up is in our faces, making them seem older than we actually are.
Fortunately, there are many at-home facial exercises you can perform to restore elasticity, improve muscle and reduce the appearance of sagging and wrinkles. From focusing on your brow to improving the tightness of your neck, these exercises cost nothing and can be done anytime, anywhere.
In some cases, creams and exercises alone cannot reverse the effects of ageing. Particularly true for older people, professional assistance may be required to minimise the effects that age has had on our faces.
There are multiple options to consider. Many people report that professional facials provide a noticeable, immediate improvement in skin tone, texture and elasticity. In cases where significant sagging or wrinkles have appeared, cosmetic surgery is another option – though quite expensive.
Last but not least, you can minimise any future effects of ageing – regardless of how worn your skin is – by ensuring that you follow a proper dietary regimen.
Healthy skin food options include fish (due to its protein and essential acids), green tea and even sweet potatoes. As always, it is essential to ensure constant, proper hydration is maintained as well: our bodies are 70% water and without this valuable liquid, our skin can quickly become aged.
While it is good for our mental well-being to accept the gradual reality of ageing, nobody has to accept droopy, sagging, aged facial skin. By implementing one or more of the four solutions provided above, you can begin minimising or even outright reducing the appearance of ageing in your face starting today!