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Worried about Wrinkles?

Worried about Wrinkles?

Unfortunately, wrinkles are a natural part of aging. However, this does not mean that there aren’t steps you can take to prevent and treat your wrinkles. This article will go over some of the factors that cause wrinkles and some tips that you can practice to make your skin thrive.

Causes of Wrinkles

Even though wrinkles are a common problem for people as they age, various causes determine both the severity and extent of the wrinkles. Here are just a few:

  • Sun Exposure
  • Genetics
        • Your potential for wrinkles is primarily determined by genetics. If your family has a history of wrinkle development, you are more susceptible to developing wrinkles at an early age. However, don't worry– you can still do a lot to reduce and even prevent wrinkle development.
  • Smoking
      • If you want to have healthy skin, it is best that you do not smoke. The toxic chemicals emitted when you smoke can damage the cells in your skin. This can speed up your aging process leading to wrinkles and a generally older appearance.

    Ways You Can Treat Wrinkles

    All of us want to appear as young and healthy as possible. Treating your skin with care and paying attention to your body's needs enables you to attain that youthful glow that we are all looking for. Here are some tips that you can do to promote healthy skin:

  • Sunscreen
        • Sunscreen should be an essential part of everyone’s skin routine. Overexposure to the sun’s UV rays is the leading cause of wrinkles. If you work a job or you are frequently outside, you should apply sunscreen on any part of your skin that is exposed to the sun. This is particularly important if your family has a history of skin cancer. You do not want to jeopardize your health by failing to protect your skin.
  • Humidifier
        • Keeping your skin moisturized goes beyond just applying moisturizer. A humidifier is an appliance that can ensure your skin is properly hydrated. I recommend looking at the humidifiers produced by Miro. My favorite model is the Miro MH7000 model. I always recommend the Miro MH7000 because it is easy to manage, nearly silent, and super easy to clean. This model is great too because it comes with UV capabilities that kill any bacteria or pollen that might be present in the air. This humidifier does it all.
  • Do Not Smoke
        • Smoking exponentially increases your chances of developing wrinkles. Even being around someone who is smoking can be damaging to your skin. Whatever you do, don’t smoke.
  • Dermatologist
      • Meet with your dermatologist to determine the health of your skin. Your dermatologist will also be able to recommend products that are catered to your individual needs. Many products can also dry out your skin, leaving you more susceptible to skin damage. Make sure to be on the lookout for the ingredients in the products you use.
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