Slow Down Ageing Process!

5 Hacks To Slow Down The Ageing Process

Author: Amin Tabibzada
Publish Date: September 5, 2021

What is a simple and effective aging routine? 

What improves your anti-aging skin routine? Consumers will easily say that the more products you use, the better your result will be. In reality however, these products have harmful evidence of inorganic materials and compounds to affect your skin instead of improving it.

The best way to bring back the elasticity of your skin to a younger state is to follow these 5 simple hacks.

  1. Sunscreen
  2. Soft Cleaner
  3. Exfoliating
  4. Antioxidant Serum
  5. Intensive Night Cream

You can easily add these easy steps to your routine, but these five products should be the base-line of your anti-aging regimen. This is because these products work to prevent and reverse the common signs of aging and UV radiation, they are highly recommended to be used on a regular basis.

Step 1: Sunscreen

Have you ever noticed how some areas of your skin are always covered by clothing and some aren’t then when you take your clothes off, what you’re left with is patches of red sunburnt exposures and light shades of skin? The sun can be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, the sun keeps people, animals and plants alive. On the other hand, UV radiations damage the skin and even cause cancer. 

Out of all the aging factors that are within your control, sunlight is responsible for the highest percentage of skin damage. So adding sunscreen onto your skin’s anti-aging routine is vital, even if you already have fine lines and wrinkles. It’s never too late to start using sunscreen. We recommend that you use a high protection sunscreen that lasts up to 4 hours, every time you expose your body to the sun for several hours, such as going to the beach with family.

Step 2: Smooth Cleaning

Cleaning removes potentially harmful impurities from your skin. However, inappropriate face wash and hard products can cause so much damage. Effective cleaning against aging should incorporate only soft products that protect the acidic balance of the skin and moisture levels.

Step 3: Exfoliation

It is pretty straight-forward that as the skin ages, cell reproduction decreases. The surface layers of the skin are formed by dead cells. When these skin cells get useless they detach and fall off, making your skin look vibrant and healthy. But when the skin cells remain stationary for too long, the skin begins to look pale, dry and tired. Blending in an acid-based exfoliant into your anti-aging beauty routine not only keeps skin fresh and healthy; it also accelerates the collagen compounds process.

Step 4: Antioxidant Serum

As the skin matures, its own sources of vitamins and antioxidants are used. Your skin contains leftover bits of these ingredients that it does not use when not needed, but if you use too much energy and choose bad eating options this can deplete them. For this reason, an effective anti-aging skin regimen must include an antioxidant serum.

Antioxidants are substances that protect cells from getting damaged. In general, the skin experiences many harmful activities every day, such as sunlight, stress, degeneration and pollution. These types of effects speed up the ageing process of skin. Antioxidants also help the skin rebuild collagen so it is highly recommended they are used regularly. Lost collagen withstands volume inside the skin, avoiding the formation of fine lines and wrinkles.

Step 5: Intensive Night Cream

This last step is the diamond and gold of an effective skincare routine against aging so take notes and listen carefully. Night time is when the skin regenerates better and therefore benefits more from powerful anti-aging assets. An anti-aging skincare regimen would not be complete without a component containing retinol. ‘Retinol’ is the scientific name of vitamin A. This element was demonstrated in the 1980s to reverse the formation of fine lines and wrinkles. In fact, retinol can reverse most signs of aging.

Also, try to find a night cream that includes Vitamin E, zinc, Vitamin H in order to protect your skin cells from degenerating and put a protective layer over your skin and help exfoliate dead skin.

Final Words:

Avoid too many unnecessary makeup and skincare products. Learn about your skin and use the most appropriate ones. Use of intensive night cream helps your skin regenerate rather than day use. Splashing cold water every night before going to bed is recommended as it helps your skin stay firmer, this process can be repeated a couple of times during the day. And finally, hands and feet care is as important as the rest of your body and look after them as much.

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