Gone are the days when wrinkles were exclusively a concern by people who are in their 30’s and upwards. Nowadays, there are individuals who are in their early 20’s who look a lot older than their actual age. One’s lifestyle, diet, and the mindset all play a part in this. Fortunately, there are remedies that can be taken to delay the early onset of aging and they are doable for those who are still willing to reverse the damage that has been done.

Clean Your Face Thoroughly

A lot of young people have yet to get into the habit of cleaning their faces in the best manner possible. What they do not know is that cleaning your face in the morning and the evening will help peel of the dead cells on the skin’s surface and reveal a rejuvenated and youthful layer underneath.

While it is recommended to do this regularly, overdoing it will not give you any additional benefits at all, especially when you use chemical synthetic ingredients that ultimately dry out your skin which in turn just makes your skin a lot more defenseless against aging and the unsightly wrinkles. For this reason, it would be advisable to use gentle and preferably organic cleansers.

Slather with Moisturizer

Skin also gets hungry and moisturizers provide it with their much needed nutrients to make it healthy and youthful. However, similar to cleaning, overdoing it may eventually block the pores that would prevent the important ingredients from entering into your skin. On the other hand, if you put very little on your skin, you allow it to dry and consequently age a lot faster.

All of this will have a lot to do with the quality of the moisturizer you are using. The better the quality, the less of it you need on your skin. Steer clear of chemical products because they just leave your skin more sensitive and at a higher risk for wrinkles and fine lines.

Scrub and Exfoliate

To remove all the dead cells that keep your skin dry and dull, you have to exfoliate. However, also remember not to exfoliate too much because it also dries up the skin when done excessively.

No to Too Much Sunshine

There is no greater enemy in the aging department than the sun. Unfortunately, a lot of people have the need for it without realizing the irreparable damage that it does to the skin. Sunblock can only protect you to a certain extent, and that means you should still stay away from the sun as much as you can.

Sleep Over It

Sleeping seems to be a luxury with the lifestyle that most young people adapt today. What they are unaware of is that not only is it great for their overall health, it also rejuvenates the skin and makes it strong enough to resist the damaging effects of free radicals. This is a good reason for you to find the time to sleep and oversleep a little when your schedule permits.

Your Skin is What You Eat

The daily diet that you have actually affects your body in a major way. So if there is anything that should go first, it has got to be the junk food that you crave for every now and then. Not only will they make you fat, they also do not have any of the healthy nutrients that your skin needs to be protected from the free radicals that cause your skin to have wrinkles.

And while you are determining what kind of diet fits you, you might have to avoid crash diets that  require you to get rid of certain types of food because most of the time, these are also needed by the body to function healthily. Just add more vegetables and fruits into your existing diet and things will turn out better for you and your skin.

Avoid the Vices

All the bad elements that you let your body absorb have dire effects on your health and your skin. You have heard it so many times, but the fact still remains that it damages your system making it easy for your skin to get wrinkles. The same goes for alcohol which dehydrates the skin, makes it look dull and more susceptible to wrinkles.

Thermage CPT

Aside from the lifestyle change, Thermage CPT (Comfort Pulse Technology) is one procedure you should look into. This treatment is non-invasive, and it is the only device that uses monopolar radiofrequency to tighten your skin. This makes it clinically proven to be effective in smoothening and tightening the contours to make it look a lot younger.

The other body parts that can benefit from this treatment include the eyes, lips, tummy, arms, hands, thighs, and buttocks. For those who are also looking into the areas that have cellulite, it temporarily helps reduce the appearance of such unwanted layers of fat.

For the face, you can expect wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin to disappear. It also treats the loose jowl line, the jawline, and neck sagging also known as “turkey neck,”. The areas around the eyes can also be treated for under eye bags, rough texture on the eyelids, and all the other things that result in tired looking eyes which makes you look older than your true age.

Compared to other treatments, this comes out as the most cost efficient because you only need one treatment. And best of all, there is very little to no down time needed which means the patient can go back almost immediately to his or her daily activities.

To learn more about effective skin tightening and anti-wrinkle treatments such as Thermage CPT, visit us now at Renewal Aesthetics in Singapore. Our resident specialist, Dr. Tyng Tan, has years of experience in treating specific skin conditions and concerns in Asians. Call us now or simply fill-out our inquiry form to schedule a consultation with Dr. Tan today!

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