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Skin Care Tips to Fight Premature Aging

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Advancements in dermatology have provided us with a plethora of new and improved treatments and procedures to improving the skin’s appearance, and many signs of aging can be reversed. At the same time, the most important thing that you can do for your skin, is to care for it in the first place, and to prevent it from being damaged.

The following are important ABCs of proper and ongoing skin care:

Cellulite: Cellulite can be tough to treat, and simply drinking water and exercising doesn’t make it go away. Reducing body fat will, however, have an effect. Talk to your dermatologist about various creams or procedures that can treat it, if cellulite bothers you.

Cosmetics: Lighter tones and colors are recommended as you age, as these tend to fit better and make you look younger.

Exercise: While exercise is important for your general health including your skin, it will not change your genetic make-up, or the structure of your skin. It is these factors and the concentration and accumulation of sun exposure that will determine the look of your skin as you get older.

Eyes: Remember to protect your eyes. Exposure to the sun can cause cataracts and other age-related macular degeneration. Sunglasses or hats can provide coverage and pretection for your eyes.

Lipstick: Lipsticks help to protect your lips from harmful rays. This is one of the reasons that men develop lip cancer more than women.

Menopause: Hormonal change, in particular, the reduction of estrogen causes the skin to dry following menopause. It is common for women to find that skincare products that they used before do not have the same effect at a certain age. Moisturizers are recommended to provide a solution to the drying skin.

Sleep: Beauty rest is important. Along with regular exercise and a well balanced diet, a good night of sleep can promote healthy skin growth, and add to a glowing complexion.

Sunbeds: Many believe that sunbeds provide a safe way to tan. Sunbeds emit UVA rays, which cause tanning, and subsequent skin damage. Negative effects include increased risk of melanoma, and accelerated skin aging. Read more on www.skincancerguide.ca.

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