May 04, 2022 2 min read

We try so many products, tools, or techniques to reduce premature skin aging. 

It’s natural to start seeing some wrinkles or age spots on our skin as we get older. When they’re on our body it’s easier to cover them with clothing, but unfortunately the hardest to cover are on our faces. As we age, our skin becomes thinner and drier. Depending on your genetics, you could experience more visibility of these changes than others. Aging due to genetics is termed as “intrinsic aging”. 

Lifestyle choices and our environment can have an influence on types of aging that directly affect the youthfulness of skin. External factors can actually speed up the process of aging, called “extrinsic aging”. For these circumstances, there’s precautions you can take to prevent premature aging from occurring. 

  1. Always remember to wear sunscreen.
  2. Moisturize! Moisturize! Moisturize! 
  3. Avoid products that dry out your skin. 
  4. Be gentle with your skin care cleansing. 
  5. Remember to wash your face after sweating to reduce irritation. 
  6. Reevaluate your smoking habits. 
  7. Incorporate frequent exercise. 
  8. Eat a healthy, well-balanced diet. 
  9. Monitor your alcohol intake. 

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