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Common wisdom has always had it that there’s little to nothing to be done about aging. While getting older is inevitable, there are many things you can do to keep yourself looking as young as possible and age more gracefully. Many are simple things done at home, while others require a professional touch. You already feel young, so why not look young too? Here are four ways to look younger that don’t depend on invasive surgical procedures.
Eating a Healthy Diet of Whole Foods
One of the easiest ways to help yourself look better as you age is to eat a proper diet consisting mostly of whole foods. Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean meats, and fish are all sources of important nutrients your body needs to function optimally. To look younger, you should place particular focus on getting sufficient vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3s are anti-inflammatory, while vitamin D is critical for maintaining healthy skin. All this helps the cells inside your body be more healthy which will show on your skin. On top of that, it will help your hair look more healthy with time.
Moisturize and Exfoliate Regularly
Your skin is one of the places where the signs of aging will be most drastic. If you can maintain a healthy, youthful glow, you’ll almost certainly look younger than your true age. One of the best ways to support skin health is to moisturize and exfoliate regularly. Moisture keeps your skin soft and prevents wrinkles and cracking skin. Exfoliating removes dead skin cells to prevent pore issues, dry itchy skin, and keeps your skin looking fresh. Together, these practices lead to healthier, younger-looking skin.
As you age, the skin and muscles in your face will naturally begin to loosen and sag. Botox fillers offer a non-invasive and extremely effective solution to this problem. They have been around for quite a long time and are very safe. They help by firming up your face with Botox which helps you to turn back the years with a simple outpatient procedure, rather than relying on more invasive cosmetic surgeries.
It is often used around the cheeks, forehead, between the eyes, around the lips, in the neck, and multiple other places. It is quick and often painless with little to no desensitization needed such as creams or injections.
Treatment for Thinning Hair
Like your skin, your hair often gives away your real age. While coloring gray hair is easy enough, keeping your locks thick and full is a bit tougher. Fortunately, there are ways to treat thinning hair. You could look into getting transplants, using different prescribed pharmaceutical treatments, simply adding an over-the-counter biotin vitamin to your daily regimen, or even going out and getting a wig if you don’t want to deal with what you’ve got or to add to it.
People today have more options than ever before for combating hair loss. The important thing, though, is to address the problem early. The longer you allow your hair to thin and recede before treating it, the harder it will be to get a full head of hair back.
Getting older may be inevitable, but you can still age gracefully and look younger than you really are. On top of looking younger, you will also feel younger. Follow these simple tips to keep yourself looking youthful, even as you age.
By Rachelle Wilber
who is a freelance writer and residing in San Diego, California area. Rachelle finds an interest in all topics and have Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and Media Studies.