Stay young forever… that we all want. And techniques to combat signs of aging are becoming more sophisticated.
Increasingly the help of doctors and cosmetic surgeons is invoked to prevent skin aging or slowing down. Botox treatments, silicone, liposuction… It seems that these resources instead of ‘last resort’ (the last resort) are the only resort. Nothing is less true, because creams and ‘traditional’ beauty treatments are becoming more sophisticated and more effective. Today, this allows you to achieve optimum results without that you must immediately go under the knife! The important thing is that you find the right products and treatments for your skin.
The causes of aging of the skin
Today, the average life expectancy higher than before. The number of years that we work has increased significantly. A woman working on her sixtieth, is no exception. This means that should bring our skin longer. In particular, we begin to see the signs of the passing of the years around the age of 45-50 years.
But more than the passing of the years, especially external factors provide for a (premature) aging skin. In the last decade we have mainly talked about one of the worst enemies of our skin: the sun. The last few years we have learned how we can protect ourselves from the harmful effects of UVA and UVB radiation. Everyone is aware of the harmful effects of the sun on the skin and we know how to handle it. We avoid the midday hours and use sunscreen creams. There is a general awareness, a solar culture.
But we still underestimate the harmful effects of another enemy which we until recently hardly heard anything: environmental pollution. Actually begins only now slowly form a culture around this item. We all know that environmental pollution (especially air pollution) is bad for our bodies (ex asthma, to increasingly common allergies). But not only environmental pollution affects our health, we are not better at it! The constant exposure to environmental pollution leads to an acceleration of the aging process. That’s why we need our skin also good protection against this external factor.
How can we counteract the aging process of our skin / slow?
In order to protect our skin from harmful external factors, it is important to use the correct products that are suitable for our skin. The older we are the more important the care of our skin.
Protect from the sun
First of all, it is important to protect the skin against the sun. Never go out without a cream with a sun protection factor. The skin must also constantly be well hydrated with a moisturizer, especially after the summer. This is to prevent wrinkles or fading. Even though it has shown a recent survey that does not wrinkle, but rather the loss of “compactness” of the skin “beauty problem number 1 ‘. Wrinkles are not always perceived negatively. Wrinkles indicate our “maturity” of our life experience and wisdom. They can give us face more ‘character’. The loss of compactness of the skin on the other hand creates a weary and drawn face. Over the years, the skin becomes softer and thus “blurring” the original forms. Our expression changes. We look older. This “relaxation process” begins at a young age, if we are 28, 30 years, and depends primarily on external factors.
What can you do about it? It is recommended to use at least from your thirtieth always a day cream (just to protect your skin against external factors to which it is exposed in the course of the day). The skin is still relatively young then do not need night cream still be used. When we talk about a young skin, we mean a little skin with wrinkles, small lines and a predominantly shiny (and oily) skin.
Forget the skin of your neck out
Forget the skin of your neck out! Apart from your facial skin also undergoes the skin of your neck in the course of time changes you make out better on it. The structure of this neck / nape is very sensitive. First, the skin on your neck is less rich in sebaceous glands than our facial skin. The sebum production is therefore at a lower level and the skin is therefore less protected. Furthermore, our neck has to carry a heavyweight: our head! Finally, (this is also going to look at yourself after!), We often tend to neglect the skin of our neck. How often do we put our facial skin out but we beat our neck – out of convenience? – About?
The delicate skin around your eyes
The skin around our eyes has to endure suffering. You can see the skin around your eyes the best starting your twentieth care with a special eye cream. This is especially important if you (a poorly ventilated) office works for computer, devoid of natural (day) light. Under these circumstances, an eye cream / gel is an absolute must. Actually, it is a better gel than a cream, a gel because accelerates faster into the skin. You can therefore immediately after application preparation. Contrary to what you might think, it is particularly important to the morning to take care of the skin around your eyes. Spend your evening eye cream then this could well be “too heavy” may be for your skin. Especially during the night, the skin is in motion. One might disrupt natural process and tired, puffy eyes can be the result. Furthermore, make sure that you always use a special eye product. The skin around your eyes is much thinner and more sensitive than the rest of your facial skin.
Cleanse your skin always good
Further, it is important to keep a good clean the skin (not enough, we can say this!). Clean your skin, therefore, at least as good evening (use a mild product). You remove this dirt and smog that have firmly put in the course of the day on your skin. Want to do it all by the book, you make around the seasonal change an appointment with the beautician for a facial. During such a treatment the skin is thoroughly cleaned and any black spots (blackheads) disposed of responsibly.
We are thus able to fight skin aging adequacy or delay in any event, without having to undergo before reaching, costly and often risky surgeries. The most important thing is that you choose the right products and uses this time. Allows you, if you do not know what’s good for you, the advice of your beautician or by those skilled in the perfumery, or through your home or dermatologist.