Aging skin may be genetic, but numerous study results suggest that lifestyle habits and environmental factors may play a bigger role in the appearance of aging skin. It is clear that smoking, sun exposure and weight fluctuations significantly contribute to wrinkles on the face. In fact, there have been many studies that demonstrate the effects of smoking, sun exposure and weight fluctuations on the skin. For now, let’s check out how you can prevent aging skin.
Eat the Right Foods: You are what you eat holds true for your skin. Drinking plenty of water helps to maintain skin hydration. Certain foods can bring zest back into your skin. Indulge in Vitamin A rich Mangoes that hinder free radical damage and repair skin cells. Red cherries contain vitamin C to defy skin damage and wrinkles, as well as, support collagen production. Potatoes fulfill your skin’s desire for copper that works hand in hand with vitamin C and zinc to produce elastin fibers that prevent facial sagging. Omega 3 filled flaxseed oil hydrates your skin, while unclogging pores.
Exercise. Aerobic exercise (any exercise in which one foot is off the floor) three times a week for at least 25 minutes provides oxygen for your skin cells, helps to lose or maintain weight and offers a host of other health benefits. Muscular strength training for 40 minutes three times a week can support weight maintenance goals as well.
Medical Grade Skincare. Medical grade skincare found at Dr. Abramson’s office offers an advanced concentration of defying ingredients to prevent aging signs. Medical grade sunscreen is offered in high SPF’s for ultimate sun protection.
Refrain from Smoking. Smoking limits oxygen to skin cells and can lead to skin death. There are many ways to stop smoking today. It’s worthwhile to investigate!
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