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How to Fight Your First Wrinkles

INSTAONATURAL How to fight YOUR FIRST WRINKLES A fear of wrinkles seems to be one of the few universal truths of skin care. The desire for perfectly smooth skin runs so deep that even fresh-faced beauties with nary a line in sight are flocking to the beauty counter for an anti-aging regimen. While smart skin care is undeniably important, seeking that elusive serum of everlasting youth is actually harmful if your skin is still young. Fighting your first wrinkles isn't about launching a full-on assault against fine lines. This battle requires a cunning strategy and a bit of finesse. > DON'T BATTLE INVISIBLE LINES + DO NOT USE PRODUCTS DESIGNED GIVE YOUR SKIN A BREAK break FOR OLDER SKIN DON'T TREAT IT FOR WRINKLES THAT AREN"T THERE time KEEP THE SUN'S RAYS AWAY GUNSCREEN COING 2HOURS BEFORE LAST AOPLY U 2hr every two hours like clock work to keep your skin safe, supple, and wrinkle-free. PROTECT YOUR EYES + Eye cream is one of the first anti-aging products you should use, and it's something you can safely start in your mid-20s, even when you don't see any trouble spots yet. Look for an eye cream that includes peptides to promote collagen and antioxidants to prevent collagen damage. Brighteners like niacinamide and kojic acid help battle dark circles A one-two punch with an eye cream and eye serum can do wonders for this delicate area. > BOOST YOUR VITAMIN C « You probably know all about getting vitamin C in your diet, but did you know it's an important antioxidant for your skin as well? Look for products with vitamin C for added protection against wrinkles as early as your 20s. Begin with a light vitamin C serum if you're still in your 20s. For added protection against wrinkles and other signs of aging, you can graduate to a vitamin C cleanser or toner as you get closer to your 30s and beyond. D USE THE RIGHT MOISTURIZER t make sure you choose the right one for your age. 20s 30s 40s 50s Water Based lotion Graduate to a moisturizer with Start using anti-aging moisturizer with peptides. These really help to pick up collagen production look for 50's moisturizer a retinol. Your skin uses retinoic or gel that's oil-free that has acid to produce collagen, so a product with retinol will help support production. glycolic acid, it loosens dead skin cells. By gently removing cells, you'll promote faster regeneration of new cells, which gives healthy collagen and smooth out wrinkles. older skin your skin a younger appearance. EXFOLIATE WELL< In your teens, you were probably warned away from over-exfoliation, but by your mid-20s, you can make this a part of your nightly routine if you're using the right product. Choose a gentle exfoliator that pairs well with your cleanser. If it has large grains and a sandpaper-like finish, you're using the wrong product. Dr. Harold Lancer, dermatologist to flawless-faced stars like Beyoncé, Victoria Beckham, and Kim Kardashian, explains that exfoliation "is just removing dull-skin debris and allowing oxygen to transfer [to] the lower layers of skin." CHANGE WRINKLE-CAUSING HABITS Smoking is one of the worst things you can do for your skin, as the pursing motion is combined with exposure to harmful chemicals against your face. Visit the optometrist and see if contacts or glasses will stop your squinting. Wear sunglasses anytime you're out in the sun, so you won't squint into the light. Anything that causes you to purse your lips, such as drinking through a straw, will deepen wrinkles around If you live on a diet of coffee and soda, a different choice of beverage will boost your skin's health. Water should be your primary pick. your mouth INSTAONATURAL www.instanatural.com MINUTES OUTSIDE SUNSCREEN

How to Fight Your First Wrinkles

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Fighting your first wrinkles isn't about launching a full-on assault against fine lines. This battle requires a cunning strategy and a bit of finesse.

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