Natural Antiaging Skin Care can assist in preventing wrinkles!

A brief guide to natural antiaging skin care...

Mature skin is something we will all have one day.

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As we age, cell replacement slows down and the skins elasticity weakens as it loses its collagen, a protein that allows the skin to retain fluids that support a smooth, supple contour.

Wrinkles are visible creases in the skin that gradually give way to gravity, causing the skin to sag.

It is never too early or too late to start providing the proper nutrients to your skin.

The key to any anti aging skin care treatment is to supply the skin with softening, healing, restorative and tissue regenerating ingredients.

Choosing natural antiaging skin care products can be confusing at times. To simplify this process look for the following ingredients in a natural skin care formula: Shea Nut Butter, Avocado Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, Carrot Tissue Oil, Rose Hip Oil; Vitamin E; Essential Oils of Frankincense, Geranium, Myrrh; and Manuka Honey.

These ingredients are high in vitamins A,D,E, rich in proteins, amino acids and beta carotene's; also high in essential fatty acids and gamma linoeic acid. These oils reach even the deepest layers of skin, making them the oils of choice for anti aging treatments.

Shea Butter is very high in Vitamin A, protects, heals and improves skin better than any other oil presently known. In combination with vitamin E Shea Butter is highly effective in cell regeneration and in anti aging skin care.

Although wrinkling is a natural part of aging, lack of proper skin care contributes to speeding up the process.

Natural antiaging skin care products can not stop the aging process, but can slow it down and restore suppleness to the skin. Softens existing wrinkles and prevent new wrinkles from forming, by trapping moisture in the skin and building a protective barrier against toxins.

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Other suggestions to prevent and help get rid of wrinkles naturally are:

  • The sun is your skin's worst enemy - Avoid exposing your skin to midday sun, between 9am - 3pm. However, moderate exposure to early morning late afternoon sun helps to manufacture Vitamin D, which is important to our overall health.
  • Drink eight glasses of water daily. Adequate hydration helps maintain skin tone.
  • Apply natural oils, rather than harsh creams for moisturizing. Avoid products containing petrolatum, mineral oil, or any hydrogenated oils.
  • Avoid alcohol based toners. These dry and chap the skin. Use Rose Water or Witch Hazel instead.
  • Eat foods rich in antioxidants such as beans and berries.
  • When removing makeup use Avocado oil instead of harsh removers.
  • Exfoliating removes dead skin cells and also stimulates the skin. For centuries Japanese women have gently rubbed small amounts of dry short-grained rice against their skin to remove dead surface skin cells and improve skin texture.
  • Grapes are a natural source of collagen (a protein found in healthy young skin tissue) and alpha-hydroxy acids (natural fruit acids that encourage the shedding of dead surface skin cells and the formation of fresh, new skin cells). Mash a few grapes together with enough honey to make a paste, and apply the mixture to your face as a mask. Then wash off after twenty minutes.
  • Use a 100% natural soap for cleansing as it contains glycerine which attracts and holds moisture in the skin.

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