Skin Care Routines That Can Give You Healthier, Wrinkle-Free Skin

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Most people want to have healthy glowing skin. However, (as is the way with the passage of time) as you get older it can be harder to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, meaning that more intense measures may be needed to keep your skin glowing and looking youthful.

For some people it may be as simple as upping your water intake, increasing your exercise, and reducing the amount of salty or sugary food that you consume. But if you have done all this and are still plagued by wrinkles and rough skin, then you may need to take more drastic measures and alter your skincare routine altogether.

Here are some things to add to your skincare routine which can help your skin to glow and will also help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

Exfoliation

Exfoliation is essentially when a course product (such as salt) is rubbed against the skin in small circular motions softly to remove dead skin cells. This can help to reduce the appearance of spots and blackheads, and can also give your skin a more even tone if you use the right product. There is also a procedure known as a full-body exfoliation which is offered by many spa companies such as dermani Medspa, which exfoliates areas such as the legs, the arms, and the back to reduce the appearance and occurrence of spots and blemishes. 

Non-surgical options

For those who have tried every anti-wrinkle cream under the sun and have had enough, there are non-surgical options that you can use to remove the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Non-surgical treatments include dermal fillers and Botox – both of these are applied via needles to the skin and do not require any anesthetic. They’re both quick and can be fitted into a lunchtime break if needed. Depending on where the injections are located, the results will last anywhere from 3 to 6 months.

Chemical peels

Chemical peels can also help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, dullness, and hyperpigmentation. They can also be used to improve the tone and texture of your skin. A chemical peel is basically when a chemical solution is applied to the skin to remove the top layers. The skin that grows back afterwards is smoother and softer, but the process can be somewhat uncomfortable. But for most people, the treatment is successful at reducing wrinkles and the entire process takes around 14 days to heal.

Laser hair removal

You may be wondering how laser hair removal can benefit the skin. Well, when you shave your skin, you may actually be making it drier and more irritated, much in the same way as if you are waxing or using depilatory creams. Laser hair removal is targeted to the hair follicles themselves and as not cause irritation to the surrounding skin, meaning that the skin is smoother and softer afterward.

Facials

Facials are another thing you can work into your skincare routine and should be performed a minimum of once a month. These are in essence procedures where your skin is exposed to steam to remove deeply set dirt from the pores. After this, the skin is gently exfoliated and moisturized. The entire procedure will boost the production of collagen under the skin, which will act as a long-term solution to wrinkles.

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