There are many reasons why you should want to prevent skin damage and aging. According to the Skin Cancer Association, by the age of 70, 20% of people will get skin cancer. If that isn’t enough, this damage can cause you to develop wrinkles and sunspots, both of which can age you faster. You may then want to invest in a costly wrinkle treatment or cosmetic procedure to improve your appearance, however, prevention is key. Here are four tips that can help to minimize skin damage and aging on a daily basis.
In order to minimize skin damage and prevent premature aging, protect yourself from the sun when possible. There are many ways you can do this. Wearing sunscreen when you’re spending time outdoors, wearing a hat to protect your face and head, and wearing protective clothing all offer their own benefits.
You may desire a beautiful tan, but going to a tanning bed or spending hours lying in the sun can cause skin damage. If you desire a healthy golden glow, look into self-tanners. There are lotions you can apply yourself or you can get a spray tan for a more even and uniform look.
One of the biggest misconceptions is that your diet does not affect your skin. This isn’t the case at all. When you stay hydrated and eat a healthy diet full of fruits and vegetables, your body and your skin get the nutrition they need to stay healthy and look their best.
Lastly, washing your face every night and using moisturizers and serums can help to heal your skin from any damage and slow down the aging process. A dermatologist or esthetician can help you develop a facial skin care routine that helps you to look your best.
There are steps you can take to help minimize skin damage and aging. However, some people simply have poor genetics, and no matter what steps they take, they can develop wrinkles and may age faster than others. For these people, there are many cosmetic treatments available, such as botox, that can help you to look younger. If you’re ready to get wrinkle treatment, we can help. Call us today to schedule an appointment.
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