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How To Prevent Wrinkles

[toc]Has anyone ever commented that you look more than your age or they mistook your elder sister to be younger than you? If the answer is yes, is it due to the wrinkles on your face?Now,wrinkles are one of the early signs of aging caused by a fold or crease in the skin, although they can sometimes be premature. If proper skin care is not taken, wrinkles may start showing up as early as in early thirties.

6 Methods To Prevent Wrinkles

Some people give up after some endless battles against wrinkles with the help of costly cosmetic and beauty products, some blame it on their genes, and some accept that aging is a natural process and there is nothing that can be done about it. Wrinkles are a natural outcome of aging and cannot be avoided. This is because our skin loses elasticity with growing age and the layer of fats beneath our face becomes gradually thinner. However, there are some simple ways to ward of wrinkles or delay their formation.

6 Methods To Prevent Wrinkles


Cucumber is enriched with essential vitamins and minerals that helps is slowing down the aging process including wrinkles and fine lines. It works as an anti-aging food, both externally and internally. The content of water in it moisturizes the body from within and from outside which prevents the skin from becoming dry and dull, preventing it from wrinkle formation. Vitamin A present in it helps in reducing the cholesterol level in blood, which is another age-defying agent.Silica is another mineral present in it that enhances youthfulness. It increases the elasticity of the skin by increasing the production of collagen. They are not only healthy, but also tasty to eat. When added in salads and sandwiches, they add a lot of taste and freshness. Freshly sliced or grated cucumber, when applied on the skin and around the eyes, has a very cooling and soothing effect and removes wrinkles and dark circles.


Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is extremely beneficial for fighting the aging process and reducing the formation of wrinkles. It is a natural moisturizer that helps in making the skin soft, smooth and glowing. Our skin starts becoming thinner, drier and more dull with growing age. Aging also breaks down collagen and the cells become more vulnerable to produce free radicals. Such skin conditions bring about creases and wrinkles in the skin. However, we can avoid such skin conditions through proper nourishment and by keeping the skin lubricated with aloe Vera, which also helps in forming new healthy cells.Nourishing the skin with aloe is much easier due to the amino acids, enzymes and minerals present in it that easily penetrates into the skin.

Aloe helps in producing natural collagen by accelerating the production of a cell called fibroblast cells. It also contains a chemical called mucopolysaccharides which is a rich source of organic silicon and helps in forming new tissues by working with collagen. Another beneficial property of aloe is that it acts as an astringent to maintain the skin’s pH balance, skin tightening and trapping moisture. Break an aloe leaf and collect the gel that flows out from it naturally, in a small bowl. Now, apply it on your face and leave it for about fifteen minutes and then wash off with water.


Castor Oil

Castor oil, as the name suggests, is extracted from the seeds of castor plant. It has been used since ages, for the medicinal properties present in it, especially for the skin. This is the reason why it is used in many medicines, anti-aging products, soaps, shampoos, balms and lotions. Castor oil is helpful not only in reducing wrinkles but also preventing them from recurring.Although it is an oil, it does not leave any oily effect, after applying on the skin and can be easily removed with water. It works as a natural moisturizer and helps in fighting dryness and keeps the skin hydrated, penetrating deep into it. It also helps the skin to absorb more nutrients by improving the flow of blood into it and oxygenating it.

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Vitamin C

When we are young, the skin is full of Vitamin C, which gradually starts losing with age and causes signs of aging like wrinkles. But how is deficiency of vitamin C associated with wrinkles? Vitamin C helps in the production of collagen that provides elasticity to the skin, which becomes lower with age. Therefore, it is extremely important to replenish the skin with vitamin C and reverse the skin’s aging process.You can apply a face pack or mask with fruits and vegetables which are enriched with vitamin C. Grapes, oranges, tomatoes, papaya, rose extracts, peaches,etc are rich sources of vitamin C which can be applied on the face. However, it is more important to keep the body replenished with vitamin C from within.

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The enzymes present in honey exfoliates the skin and removes dirt and bacteria from it. It remove the dead cells and helps in the formation on new skin in its place. It works as a natural moisturizer and reduces the crevices of wrinkles, making them less apparent. The collagen present in it also helps in avoiding wrinkle formation.Mix half a teaspoon of honey with some yogurt or milk and apply it on your skin. It will keep the skin younger for a long time, with regular application.


Healthy lifestyle

Apart from applying the antidotes mentioned above, it is also essential of maintain a skin friendly lifestyle to prevent wrinkles from appearing. Wrinkles appear more faster if the skin is exposed to direct sunlight. Even ten minutes in extreme sunlight can cause skin damage that cannot be repaired. Refrain from smoking and drinking alcohol to get a wrinkle free, flawless skin. Drinking eight to ten glasses of water helps in flushing out harmful toxins from the body and keeps us healthy from inside.It is not possible to get a glowing, wrinkle-free, beautiful skin if we are internally unhealthy or are suffering from any prolonged illness. Stress and inadequate sleeps results in wrinkles and fine lines around the eyes, nose and lips. Lack of sleep releases a substance called cortisol, which breaks down the skin cells, increasing the chances of wrinkles.

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