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Lots of women freak out the first time they see lines on their faces. It only means that they are aging. Usually, these fine lines appear after 35 and as each year passes, those wrinkles also double in number. Some people even get wrinkles in an earlier age then you start to worry about your appearance or the idea that you’re getting less attractive. To some this can only be remedied by getting artificial treatments but you can actually reduce or retard the appearance of wrinkles by doing simple and natural remedies and techniques.

If you have delicate skin, you may want to consult a dermatologist. With the technological advancements today, there is no doubt that you can find a solution to your wrinkle problems. For those who do not want spend a dime just to look their younger, there are also ways on how you can reduce your wrinkles. We cannot stop time to stay 23 or younger but there are ways in which you could look younger than your age.

  • Limit sun exposure. The number one cause of wrinkles is prolonged exposure to the harmful rays of the sun. There are hundreds of articles that will tell you about its effects. It is even more powerful than genetics and heredity. You can have younger-looking skin when you are not exposed to the sun for long periods of time. If you really have to be out all day, wear something that will protect your face and the rest of your skin.

  • Apply sunscreen. As mentioned, if you cannot prevent sun exposure, wear sunscreen with at least SPF 15 to protect your skin. Sunscreen application also reduces risks of having skin cancer and wrinkles as well.
  • Stop smoking. Smoking is always a culprit no matter what the disease or condition may be. Cigarette smoking hastens aging as it breaks down elastin and collagen. These two enzymes are vital components of the skin. It makes wrinkles appear and also makes the skin thin.
  • Get enough sleep. Have you noticed that if you have at least 6 hours of sleep at night, you feel vibrant and healthy? If you lack sleep, the body makes more cortisol than the body needs. The excess cortisol then destroys skin cells. Having adequate sleep will help in making your skin more elastic and thick thus reducing wrinkles.
  • Stop squinting. If you must read, get glasses. The lesser your facial movements are, the younger you look. Squinting stresses your facial muscles so it then forms into wrinkles.
  • Know your sleeping position. Doctors would recommend that you sleep on your back. If you do, there will be lesser chances of having wrinkles because you don’t get what they call “sleep lines”. If you sleep on your side, notice that when you wake up you will see wrinkles on your chin and cheek. Sleeping on your back can also reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

So you see, you don’t really have to spend a lot just to prevent wrinkles to appear. All you need to do is to remember these tips and you can avoid having them. Prevent the appearance of wrinkles so you can be comfortable in your own skin.

Recommended wrinkle resource:

http://wrinklecreamadvice.org/

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/wrinkle-creams/SN00010

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Lines are not meant on the face. They are meant on other mediums like paper, boards, canvass and even on blueprints; they are never meant on the face. Once they are on the face, they are already called wrinkles, and they will never look good for anyone except probably James Bond. If you have them, which most probably you do or else you would not be reading this article, then let it be known that there are remedies for it.

Wrinkles is one skin problem which can be the least of all your skin problems. It is also even more comforting to know that the remedies are very much available anywhere and very practical. One of these remedies is the famous antioxidants.

Antioxidants on Wrinkles

To understand how antioxidants can fight wrinkles, it better to first understand free radicals. These free radicals are the culprit on why people have skin problems and other health problems.

In a nutshell, free radicals are compound which are unstable because of a lacking electron. Compounds lacking electrons are unstable. Once they have attached themselves to the body system, what they will do is to snatch electrons from the neighbor molecule to stabilize themselves.

After snatching electrons, the chain reaction goes on because the neighbor molecule where electrons have been snatched from will also snatch other neighbor molecules, hence the said chain reaction. This chain reaction so to say is the start of the process of the deterioration of the skin causing dryness, dullness and wrinkles.

What antioxidants will do now is to break the chain reaction caused by free radicals. Logically, breaking it would stop the furtherance of the damage of the skin. But how does antioxidants break the chain reaction? Well, they break it by giving these free radicals what they want: electrons.

Sources of Antioxidants

Now that you slowly begin to understand the process of the damage, the one that caused it and how to address it, then you probably have a question in your mind about how to get antioxidants. The answer to this are food products made from plants. They have rich “deposits” of antioxidants. To be specific with these food products, you have apples, jalapeno, legumes and nuts. Other sources are vitamins like the vitamin E, C, and A. 

It is said that antioxidants do not just stop the damaged caused by free radicals to go further but they also can reverse or repair the damaged done. For example, food with antioxidants have retinol which is a substance that can produce collagen and can help even out the wrinkles on the skin

As you can see, the claims on antioxidants are very promising. Many have tried it and have become successful in doing so. This is a very good way to get rid of wrinkles because it is natural and at the same time very effective. So if you are still looking for ways to even out those lines on your face, then you known where you can start.

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