7 Skincare Tips To Keep You Looking Youthful

People Who Exercise Look Younger

At McMaster University in Ontario, researchers tested the participants' exercise habits between the ages of 20 and 84. When participants exercised regularly, their skin looked more like the complexion of someone in their 20s.

Eat Vitamin C And Put It On Your Face

Serums often include vitamin C. Skin appearance depends on this nutrient. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that vitamin C hydrates and reduces fine wrinkles.

Eat Red, Orange, And Purple Foods

What's the link between kale, carrots, and sweet potatoes? Beta-carotene is found in all of them. The body changes this food into vitamin A, which is good for your face because it fights free radicals.

Water: The Easiest Way To Liven Skin

Your skin cells are mainly water, like most of your body. When dehydrated, the body draws water from the skin. Dermatologist Alex Rivkin believes this damages skin cells, causing wrinkles, thinness, and sagging.

Is Your Sleeping Position Giving You Wrinkles?

Ever wake up with swollen eyes or red skin? Changing your sleeping posture may help. According to esthetician Renée Rouleau, putting your face on your pillow can cause wrinkles.

"Beauty Sleep" Is Real

Scientific evidence supports "beauty sleep". In 2013, University Hospitals Case Medical Center researchers revealed that poor sleepers age more noticeably. The body increases cutaneous blood flow when sleeping.

Stop Cranking The Thermostat

Japanese researchers measured room humidity in 2016. Low humidity increased wrinkles. Dry, hot climates remove skin moisture, causing short-term and long-term sagging and cracking.