5 Surprising Ways to Reduce the Appearance of Wrinkles

May 05, 2020 1 Comment

5 Surprising Ways to Reduce the Appearance of Wrinkles

Aside from the right skincare, your habits and lifestyle can shape how gracefully you age.

Aging is a fact of life but it doesn’t mean you have to look the part! There are a lot of things you can do to prevent and keep wrinkles from making an appearance.

Seemingly harmless habits and daily lifestyle all impact how our skin will look in the future and as they say, prevention is better than the cure!

Let’s discuss five ways you can reduce wrinkles and minimize their appearance on your face in the future as well! 


Wear glasses

All the beauty creams you’re applying will not do much if you’re constantly squinting. Squinting creates a groove on the skin that forms into a wrinkle over time. So the more you squint, the more prominent those wrinkles will be.

Invest in reading glasses if you need them and use a pair of high-quality polarized sunglasses whenever you go out! These protect the skin around the eyes from harmful radiation and will also keep you from squinting.

Eat plenty of fish

If you want to keep looking and feeling young, fish like salmon and other cold-water fishes should be an essential part of your diet.

These fishes are rich sources of protein and omega-3 fatty acids which work wonders on your skin. Protein is one of the building blocks of healthy skin. The fatty acids found in fish like salmon nourish skin to keep it supple and firm, which ultimately helps to minimize wrinkles.



Slather acids on your face!

Yes, you read that right! Not all acids are bad for your face and some can even effectively turn back time.

Alpha-Hydroxy Acids or AHAs are naturally-derived acids that help slough away the top layer of dead skin cells. This exfoliating action visibly minimizes the look of pores, fine lines and surface wrinkles.

Stronger forms of AHAs like YEOUTH Glycolic Acid 30% Gel Peel can even support your skin’s healthy production of collagen — a protein responsible for your skin’s strength and firmness. 


Say no to sugar

Eating too many sweets is clearly bad for your health but did you know that it also causes the early appearance of wrinkles?

When our blood sugar levels are high, a process called glycation occurs. Too much of this process affects what type of collagen we produce and becomes a huge factor in how resistant our skin is to wrinkling and sagging.


Skip the straw

The fluids that we drink affect how we look, but as it turns out, the way that we drink them also contributes to the aging process!

Using a straw while drinking causes facial muscles to contract which eventually results in fine lines and wrinkles around the mouth.

Refusing straws not only helps save the environment, it also helps keep wrinkles at bay! So, the next time you order a drink at a restaurant, skip the straw! 


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1 Response

Susan Meyers
Susan Meyers

May 12, 2020

Retinol hyaluronic acid vit e and aloe vera is a great product I even use it on my hands and forearms and at age 65 it has gotten rid of my creapy skin!!!!

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