Friday, September 21, 2018

Surgery Isn't The Only Secret To Eternal Youth

When it comes to looking and feeling good, we can really go to all kinds of lengths. We can spend next
to an hour in the bathroom every morning and exercise until we feel like our limbs are ready to fall off.
Surgery might be worth it for many women, but there are just as many who aren’t too comfortable for
going under the knife. Thankfully, nowadays it’s far from the only effective way of tackling those signs of
aging. Here are some of the alternatives you want to consider.


The daily rituals
First of all, you need to consider all the little changes you can make in your day-to-day life to better
preserve your skin. Five simple ways worth following include making sure you stay hydrated, eating your
five a day, finding more foods with antioxidants in them, protecting your skin from the sun, and exercising
for at least half-an-hour every day. When it’s all put together, it might seem like a big change, but if you
get yourself into one habit a week, it’s really not too hard to achieve.


The deep detox
You may have your own home skincare routine, but if you want to get the deepest cleanse and nutrition
possible, then it's worth having a spa day every now and then. Advanced skin care treatments like a
therapeutic facial feel a lot better than surgery, with no invasive techniques and no need to set aside
recovery time after. It can help cleanse, exfoliate, tone, and detoxify your skin all in a relaxing spa
setting. It does the job of a whole basket-full of skincare products.


Refueling your face
Another option that involves seeing a specialist is the use of microdermabrasion treatments. These
treatments involve using lasers to do tiny, unnoticeable bits of damage to wrinkled and aged skin. It’s not
as pain-free as a facial and does require some recovery time. However, the main benefit is that it
dramatically boosts the production of collagen, an essential protein that helps skin repair effectively.
Think of it as scratching out your wrinkles so that smooth, soft skin can regenerate in its place.


What you’re doing wrong
Besides the alternative steps that you can take to care for your skin, you should also take a closer look
at the steps you might be taking that could be doing more harm than good. For instance, exfoliating your
face in the morning isn’t recommended, as it can remove the healthy oils that keep it looking fresh. On
the other hand, failing to wash immediately after working out, or with a loofah or washcloth that hasn’t
been thoroughly cleansed in a while can result in your pores getting extra clogged up, leading to more
breakouts and eventual damage to the skin. Make sure you’re not undoing your good work with
bad skin habits.

There are plenty of little and large steps you can take to preserving your skin's youthfulness and even
regenerating it to its past self. Don’t feel like surgery is your only option before you try out the tips
above.

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