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3 Simple Great Tips On Staying Young Always
1. Sleep Beautifully to Reduce Age Lines
The American Academy of Dermatology notes that people who sleep on their sides or stomach tend to smoosh their faces into their pillows. If you sleep in the same position every night, sleep lines can form along the chin and cheeks (if you’re a side sleeper) or the forehead (if you sleep facedown). As your skin loses elasticity with age, the lines stick around even when you’re not resting your head on a pillow. The answer? Sleep on your back if you can, or at least vary your sleeping position from day to day. The jury is still out on new pillowcases and bedding that are infused with copper, aloe, and other substances that claim to confer beauty benefits while you sleep. But if you try changing your sleeping position and still find yourself with your face crumpled against your pillow in the morning, a satin pillowcase is an inexpensive option to try. The smooth fabric may allow your skin to lay flat when pressed against it. And even if it doesn’t help solve your sleep lines, it’s a luxurious touch that you can enjoy for other reasons.
2. Find Flattering Frames to Keep Crow’s Feet at Bay
Crow’s feet—wrinkles around the outside corner of your eyes—are largely due to squinting. Get in the habit of wearing sunglasses (with 100 percent UV protection to shield eyes and the surrounding delicate skin from sun damage) outdoors, even in winter. In fact, sunlight reflecting off snow can be even brighter than the summer sun.
3. Relax Your Face to Stave Off Wrinkles
If you furrow your brow, purse your lips, or frown when you’re concentrating, worried, or displeased, mom was right: Your face will freeze like that. Well, not exactly, but these repetitive movements can lead to wrinkling. Try to be mindful of making pronounced facial expressions, and if you catch yourself doing it, relax your facial muscles into a more neutral and restful position.
Also, skip exercising—for your face, that is. Programs that promise to tone your facial muscles through repetitive motions or resistance actually create wrinkles. Because skin loses elasticity as it ages, every time you perform a repetitive facial motion your skin doesn’t bounce back to its wrinkle- free state as easily. Over time, these exercises essentially carve wrinkles into your skin. Not quite what you had intended, right?