5 of the most natural ways to reduce fine lines and wrinkles

As we age, wrinkles and fine lines begin to appear. And although it might be difficult to accept, changes in our skin are a natural part of ageing. [...]

As we age, wrinkles and fine lines begin to appear. And although it might be difficult to accept, changes in our skin are a natural part of ageing. As we age, the amount of collagen and elastin that our bodies produce is suddenly limited, which is why our faces wrinkle and aren’t as supple and crease-free as they once were. However, there are ways you can reduce the appearance of your wrinkles and lines which don’t require any needles, injections, expensive facials or intrusive skin treatments. 
The following suggestions are completely natural, and you can start improving the appearance of your skin right now. Read on to find out more. 
Stop smoking
Smoking, as well as making you more susceptible to cardiovascular diseases, cataracts and cancers, also speeds up the ageing process and is dreadful for your skin. 88Vape provide vaping products that can give you the nicotine hit you want, minus the harmful chemicals that are damaging to your health and your skin, check them out. Traditional cigarettes prevent the flow of oxygen to your skin tissue, which in time makes the blood vessels contract and constrict giving you rough, strained and heavily lined skin. The solution is to either quit smoking or switch to a less harmful product like vaping. 
Wear sunscreen
The sun’s UV rays are incredibly harmful, which is why we’re advised to wear sunscreen on hot days. However, if you want to take back control of your skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles (and prevent any more from appearing) you should be wearing sunscreen every day. Even on cloudy, miserable days, the sun’s rays are just as powerful. Opt for a factor 30 minimum or choose a foundation that has UV or SPF protection. 
Take your time to wash your face
If you wear makeup during the day, then you should also be taking the necessary steps to remove it before you go to bed at night. Why? Well, if you don’t it’s pretty gross and your pillow is probably covered in greasy, old makeup which isn’t great for your skin. And any makeup left on the skin overnight will be absorbed naturally, which means that all the chemicals used in your makeup will damage your skin and make wrinkles and fine lines more likely. Take your time to wash your face thoroughly every evening – but don’t scrub! A good skincare routine that uses natural and water-based products will help.
Enjoy some superfoods
Antioxidants are proven to boost your skin’s condition and contribute to your overall health. Simply put, the fresher fruits and vegetables you eat, the less likely you are to have deep wrinkles and lines. Junk food is great as a treat, but you should always prioritise fresh meals with plenty of antioxidants and minerals. 

  • Avocados 
  • Chia seeds
  • Oatmeal
  • Ginger
  • Tomatoes
  • Walnuts

Switch to a silk pillow
Switching your traditional cotton pillowcase for a silk one will help to keep your skin smooth, crease-free and fresher after a good night’s sleep. Silk also won’t absorb grease and dirt which could be transferred onto your skin. Give it a try.

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