1. Keep Your
It is important to keep your skin hydrated, and water is a
good nutrient for both your skin and body. Drinking plenty
of water also ensures that you flush out unwanted toxins.
2. Eat A Balanced
Good nutrition affects the skin much as it does any other
organ and can have a long-lasting, positive effect on preventing
3. Get A Little
Rest & Relaxation
Sleeping on one’s back is a tried and true beauty secret
long practiced by Hollywood stars to avoid stress and trauma
to the skin.
4. Eliminate Unnecessary Stress
Countless studies report that stress has an unfavorable effect
on the muscles in your face. Most often, people frown without
actually realizing it. Make a conscious effort to relax your
5. Quit Smoking
Smoking not only damages your lungs and heart, but the toxins
cause skin damage. It is also a supported fact that smokers
wrinkle at a much younger age.
6. Start An Exercise Program
Inconsistent weight gain or lose can cause your skin to stretch.
Skin loses its elasticity as you age and has a difficult time
in bouncing back after each weight fluctuation.
7. Wear Sunscreen
Ultraviolet (UV) rays are harmful to the skin, too much direct
sunlight will increase the wrinkle process.
8. Avoid Tanning Salons
It is a total misconception that a tanning salon is safer
than exposure to direct sunlight. You are still being exposed
to UV rays, and at a much higher concentration than direct
9. Wear Sunglasses
Besides the benefit of blocking UV rays around your eyes,
you also will squint less. Squinting creates folds that eventually
will become permanent. The skin around the eyes is very delicate
and is often among the first places that facial wrinkles appear.