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20 Simple Tips To Reduce Wrinkles Naturally

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Looking for wrinkle treatments or anti-aging tricks? Here are 20 easy ways to reduce wrinkles and slow down the aging process.

Aging of the skin is a natural process by which the collagen and elastin, that keep our skin looking firm and youthful, begin to decline, this results in wrinkles.

Cell production and cell quality also diminish over time resulting in wrinkles. These factors unfortunately are out of our control, though diet and supplements can slow down the process, but it won’t stop it.

The influences that are within our control are largely environmental such as pollution (e.g.; smoking) and sun damage. Here are 20 easy ways to reduce wrinkles and slow down the aging process.

20 Tips To Reduce Wrinkles Naturally And Look Younger

  1. Stop smoking (It is #1 for a reason!).
  2. Always wear sunscreen whether it is cloudy or sunny and do not sunbake.
  3. Hydrate your skin by drinking about 8 glasses of water a day.
  4. Use skin care products that contain antioxidants and AHA’s.
  5. Moisturize the skin on your face twice daily.
  6. Reduce stress. Try reading, exercising, and/or meditating (15 minutes a day is a good start!).
  7. Reduce alcohol consumption. Over indulging can put enormous strain on your system and will accelerate wrinkles forming.
  8. Eat healthily by incorporating plenty of fruits and vegetables in your daily diet.
  9. Sleep at least 8 hours every night.
  10. Eat fish three times a week. Great for the skin and general health.
  11. Check with your doctor about taking supplements, your diet may be lacking some of the important ones.
  12. Use an eye cream for the delicate skin around the eyes nightly.
  13. Facial scrubs remove the buildup of dead cells that can increase the appearance of wrinkles, try this weekly.
  14. Use natural skin care products that will nourish your skin and give it lots of vitamins and minerals to help it stay fresh and healthy.
  15. Jojoba oil resembles the skins natural oils. Dab this around the eyes to keep wrinkles at bay.
  16. Take vitamin C supplements and use products that contain vitamin C, it will help boost your collagen.
  17. Start a good skin care routine in your 20’s. Prevention is easier than the cure.
  18. Honey is known worldwide for its beneficial abilities. Use a honey mask weekly. Simply apply the honey to your face and neck and leave for 30 minutes then rinse off. This mask will “feed” your skin with nutrients.
  19. Aloe vera and avocado oil both have the ability to prevent the skin from drying out; they are both used to improve the skins elasticity.
  20. A soothing way to help achieve a wrinkle-free face is to lie on your back with your knees elevated by placing a pillow or cushion beneath them. (Try this when you are watching TV or reading!).
Layla Fayyad

Layla Fayyad, founder, president of Visage de Layla, is an internationally recognized skincare expert and Motivational Therapist. Quoted and featured in Angelino, Allure, LA Times, CBS, FOX, and KTLA, she has more than 30 years experience as an esthetician, spa owner, manufacturer and consultant. As well as being a Healer and Mentor with over 20 years experience, Layla has a Masters in Psychology and is a certified teacher of Kundalini Kriya Yoga. She has also studied Chinese Herbalism and Aryurvedic Medicine. She has mastered many diverse modalities such as Mind-Body Healing, Quantum Touch for Health, Energy Medicine, Quantum Matrix Frequencies and Reconnectivity Healing. Fundamental to this is the Visage de Layla creed which points out that every person's skin is uniquely different.

Layla Fayyad

Layla Fayyad, founder, president of Visage de Layla, is an internationally recognized skincare expert and Motivational Therapist. Quoted and featured in Angelino, Allure, LA Times, CBS, FOX, and KTLA, she has more than 30 years experience as an esthetician, spa owner, manufacturer and consultant. As well as being a Healer and Mentor with over 20 years experience, Layla has a Masters in Psychology and is a certified teacher of Kundalini Kriya Yoga. She has also studied Chinese Herbalism and Aryurvedic Medicine. She has mastered many diverse modalities such as Mind-Body Healing, Quantum Touch for Health, Energy Medicine, Quantum Matrix Frequencies and Reconnectivity Healing. Fundamental to this is the Visage de Layla creed which points out that every person's skin is uniquely different.

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