There are many ways to really safeguard your skin against the elements that damage it.
Protect from the sun
You can avoid the sun when outdoor with a hat or an umbrella, by wearing a broad-spectrum sunscreen, wear protective clothing like long-sleeved tops and full pants, use a good moisturizer before you step-out and quit your smoking.
When you are not careful about the position you sleep in during the night, it can lead to ‘sleep lines’. These wrinkles get etched into the top layers of the skin, and they just don’t fade once you’re out of bed. It is observed that sleeping on your sides leads to wrinkles on cheeks and chin. When you lie facedown, your brow will get furrowed.
Eat fish protein
Coldwater fish like salmon is an excellent source of protein. It is one of the vital building blocks for great-looking skin. Fish also has plenty of omega-3 fatty acids. These fatty acids efficiently nourish the skin and keep it plump and youthful. Ultimately the skin remains wrinkle-free even as you age.
Get reading glasses
When you repeat a facial expression over and over, the facial muscles are overworked, and eventually, they make grooves beneath the skin’s surface. These grooves later deepen to form wrinkles. So do not squint while looking or reading,
if you have any issue with your sight, consult an eye doctor and get a pair of glasses. The glasses also protect the area around your eyes from the harsh sunlight.
Use alpha-hydroxy-acids (AHAs)
Alpha-hydroxy-acids are natural acids that lift away the top layer of dead skin cells on your face and helps reduce pores, fine lines, and surface wrinkles. Some stronger variants of the acids contribute to boosting collagen production in your skin. Collagen is the protein that gives your skin strength and firmness.
Wash face moderately
Most of the tap water in different regions of the world have the potential to strip the skin of its moisture and natural oils that protect against wrinkles. If you have a habit of often washing your face with tap water, then the skin loses its protection. Instead you can use a soap with moisturizer, gel, or cream cleanser.
Use Vitamin C
Vitamin C can heighten the amount of collagen your skin produces. It protects against the damage from UVA and UVB rays. Vitamin C also is a protection against redness, dark spots, and uneven skin tone. L-Ascorbic acid may be the best choice for wrinkle relief.
Soya is good for skin
Soya has the potent to act as skin protection and improve its appearance. Soya paste can be either applied to the skin, or it can be taken as a supplement. This can help even heal some sun damage. Soya can maintain the skin’s structure and firmness while even out the wrinkles.
Drink cocoa instead of coffee
The foods and drinks you have will have a drastic impact on your skin. Cocoa has high levels of two skin-friendly antioxidants that protect the skin. Cocoa also improves blood supply to the skin cells, helps retain moisture and makes the skin look younger and healthier.