As we age our face becomes a mockery of its former self.
Our once stunning countenance begins to evolve into a patchwork of wrinkles, crows-feet and crisscrossed lines.
We start getting goblets of puffy, droopy skin under our eyes…
Aging then adds dark eye shadows, throws in assorted skin blotches and spots, and we all-to-soon begin looking like the old specimen we’ve been lucky enough to grow into.
Other than nature having its way with us, the main cause of growing into a face with so much character, is the lack of moisture being retained in our 3 layers of skin.
Plus, our facial craters are visual evidence of toxins, both internal and environmental.
Looking older isn’t a health issue.
On the other hand, some of us would rather not rush into sporting the longevity look.
Which isn’t exactly a definition of vanity.
Yet catering to vanity is why ant-aging supplements and anti-aging face creams are a multi-billion dollar industry.
And, to some extent, both supplements and face creams work.
Anti-aging supplements could help protect our skin from damage, help repair and possibly regenerate our skin.
With supplements, it’s best to use natural products. Vitamins A, C, D and E, have proven helpful. And, we should eat foods containing fatty acids, calcium, and minerals. Click Here For List of Anti-aging supplements
With aging, our body makes fewer hormones which help protect our skin. We can take hormone boosting supplements.
Yet, because some supplements can harm us, it’s wise to get your doctor involved before you start taking them.
We also should know our levels of antioxidants. If they’re too low, we can increase them by eating healthier food, and with supplements.
Again, we should check with our doctor before adding supplements to our diet.
Because they’re fairly expensive, it’s best to go slow When deciding upon an anti-aging face cream. Some of them can burn your face and cause allergic reactions to the ingredients.
And, no matter the cost, with some facial creams, you simply won’t like how they feel on your skin.
When we get in our thirties, we begin to lose body elements that have made us young looking, energetic and strong.
And, with age, it’s harder for us to extract everything we need from our food.
Yet, getting older is the best alternative.
Ideas for me, your aging related story, or your comments are always very welcome.