Natural Ways to Keep Your Skin Looking Younger When You’re Over 50
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Indeed, there are many factors that affect our overall appearance such as heredity,  age, diet, smoking, stress and so much more. These factors affect our skin’s elasticity making it harder for our cells to regenerate which is why when you’re older; you have to deal with dryness and lackluster skin more often. Same goes with our hair as it becomes less vibrant and gray due to less renewal of hair pigment cells.

There are various natural ways that may help improve your skin’s condition that can be conveniently done at home or whenever you can spare a moment. It is essential though to regularly keep a skincare routine that you’re comfortable with, whether your busy schedule and finances permit.

 

Stop Smoking

 

Smoking doesn’t do well for your health and most of all your skin. People who smoke are more prone to premature ageing so if possible, stop this habit and clean up your routine for good.

 

 

Avoid the sun whenever you can

 

Although, the sun can have great benefits for our health sun damage can be a cause of skin problems. Avoiding the sun especially when its strongest will protect your skin from unhealthy exposure.

If you need to be outside, do so before 10 am and after 2 pm since the sun’s ultraviolet rays are strongest in between these times. Unfortunately, this also means skipping sunbathing as well as tanning salons.

Don’t forget to protect your skin by wearing long-sleeved shirts, hats, sunglasses, pants or any other sun protective clothing. Doing this religiously helps your skin from skin problems like pigmentation, age spots, freckles as well as uneven complexion.

If you can’t go without a tan, choose natural or organic tanning creams because they’re safer, convenient and affordable compared to tanning salons.

 

Don’t leave the house without wearing a Sunscreen that has a higher SPF

 

Go for sunscreens with at least 30 SPF or more and zinc oxide 7% or higher as well as UVA and UVB protection for your daily needs. If you expose yourself to too much sun exposure and damage premature ageing, fine lines, wrinkles, blotchy complexion and other skin conditions.

 

Keep your skin hydrated

 

The most natural way to effectively keep your skin hydrated is to regularly exercise. Sweating and keeping your body fit actually improves the texture of your skin and help your overall health.

Keep your skin hydrated by using moisturising products like a moisturiser, lotion and soaps. We highly recommend natural or organic skincare products that are rich in plant-based extracts and avoid those that have too many chemical ingredients in them.

Include applying a facial mask at least once or twice weekly to add more moisture to the skin.

 

 

Eat Healthy and drink lots of water

 

As the saying goes, “you are what you eat”, try your hardest to maintain a healthy diet. Eating healthy helps keep your body in optimal condition and skin looking younger. Drinking lots of water also help keep your body and skin hydrated and reduces chances of dull skin.

 

Use Anti-ageing products

Go for products that help skin cells produce more collagen or help tighten skin making it look firmer. Look for anti-ageing ingredients in their labels like hyaluronic acid, peptides, retinol, etc.

For a wide range of anti-ageing products that have proven efficacy because of their natural and/or organic ingredients, click here.

Try these tips for a natural remedy to improve your skin even when you’re over 50 or if you’re still moving towards this age. You will notice how these can definitely help improve the condition of your skin through regular skincare routine.

1 Comment

  1. Abbey Scratchley 1 year ago

    This one works for me cleanse, moisturize and exfoliate! Always eat a balanced diet with exercise and keep smiling 🙂

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