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Tricks On How To Stay Young Longer

what causes face wrinklesTIP! You can save yourself many wrinkles by not frowning. It seems odd, however it’s the reality.

To stay clear of some wrinkles, you shouldn’t frown. This is really a true truth that seems a little amusing. If you feel yourself doing it, pinch yourself to stop. Only you can break this bad habit.

TIP! Healthy partnerships are important in assisting you stay healthy as you age. Those who stay active in the neighborhood are much more likely to live a longer and healthier life. Healthy aging encompasses all your partnerships in your life.  Continue reading

What’s Your Pillow?

Get Enough SleepThe other day, our 50-year old grandmother visited us and stayed with us overnight. As I was talking to her, I was fond of looking at her face for she has fewer wrinkles compared to other women at her age. I then asked her how she reduces wrinkle at her age.

She told me her skin care secrets but what got my attention most was when she asked me “What’s your pillow? A good choice of pillow is important.” How on earth can a simple pillow help me prevent wrinkles?? I got more curious about this matter and I tried to verify what grandma told me. Upon checking some reviews, I found that it is true indeed. Continue reading

LOOK GOOD, FEEL GOOD, DO GOOD

Over the years, wrinkles have been a common problem among women and men alike. And because it is a common problem, the desire to reduce wrinkles has been great. For this reason, dermatologists and researchers had to find a way to cure this problem. There are a lot of methods that we can try in reducing wrinkles. We just have to choose the best way that we think would suit us.

Here are a few of the tips I got from my personal dermatologist. To reduce wrinkles, we need to be careful with what we eat and what we take in our bodies. From the simple table meals, to the air that we inhale and to our exposure under the sun. All of these factors will somehow affect the appearance of wrinkles on our skin, either they delay or speed up the process of aging. If and when you visit your local dermatologist, the first advice they could probably give you, is to choose the best sunscreen that you think will suit you. Continue reading