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Protect your skin from the sun

Sun exposure plays a major role in premature skin aging. You can avoid this by wearing clothes with an ultraviolet protection factor and using creams with an SPF of 30 or higher for all skin not covered by clothing.

Apply a moisturizer for the face every day

The moisturizer captures water from the skin, giving it a younger look. To save time in your skin care routine, consider using a moisturizer that contains sunscreen.

Be gentle with your skin

Avoid washing the skin and using care products that sting or burn. Skin irritation can make you look older.

Avoid repetitive facial movements

Avoid repetitive movements of the face, such as frowning or holding a cigarette in your mouth, which can cause wrinkles over time. You can reduce this by changing your lifestyle, such as wearing sunglasses or smoking.

Stay away from tanning salons

Like the sun, tanning devices emit harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation that can lead to skin cancer and premature skin aging, including wrinkles and blemishes.

Maintain a healthy lifestyle

Eating a healthy, well-balanced diet with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables can help prevent the damage that leads to premature skin aging. In addition, daily exercise can improve circulation and stimulate the immune system, which can make the skin look younger. Avoid smoking and drink alcohol in moderation, as they have an aggravating impact on the aging process of the skin.

Consider using a retinol cream

A derivative of vitamin A, retinol is available in many over-the-counter skin care products at doses of up to 2%. When applied daily, a retinol cream can help prevent premature skin aging. For doses higher than 2%, consult your dermatologist to see if such a cream is suitable for your skin.

Time passing affects each of us. It is good to know that we can slow down physical and mental aging if we follow a few steps in our lifestyle. And you can discover and understand these steps better in the live online session "HOW TO PREVENT PREMATURE AGING".

20 May 2021, 19:00



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