How to Look Younger? 20 Anti Aging Tricks to Look Young & Beautiful

Looking fabulous in your forties is not impossible all you need to do is stay healthy and fit by following these simple tips regularly, this will make you to know how to make skin glow and young.

1. Drink plenty of Water

Water hydrates your skin, improves its elasticity, hides ugly wrinkles and keeps it glowing. Enough reason to drink eight to ten glasses per day. And in case you're wondering, tea, coffee, colas, and alcohol are not good substitutes for water.

2. Eat Organic.

Fruits, nuts, and vegetables are rich in antioxidants. These chemical compounds are your natural defense against the free radicals that break down our body cells and accelerate aging.

Carotenoids which found in carrots, apricots, mangoes, sweet potatoes, papayas, spinach, and broccoli, vitamin C which found in /Indian gooseberry/amla, oranges, grapefruit, cantaloupes, guavas, strawberries, litchis, tomatoes, and cabbage. 

Vitamin E which found in almonds, avocados, and kiwi, all these natural food neutralizes toxins, fights infections, and keeps you fit and young.

3. Switch to Green tea

Antioxidants are not restricted to fruits and veggies. The poly phenol ECGC, or epigallocatechin gallate, is a super antioxidant that is abundant in green tea. It rejuvenates dull and dying skin cells, heals bruises and scrapes, removes blemishes, and protects us against damage from sun’s UV rays.

4. Choose healthy oils

While fighting the unhealthy fat and excess weight, don’t make the mistake of going off all fat. Monounsaturated fat in oils such as olive, flax seed and canola, can actually help you stay lean and fit. These oils also help you absorb fat soluble carotenoids and vitamins that have an anti-aging effect on our skin. 

5. Eat enough protein

Protein contains amino acids that are essential to build and repair our body cells. Consumption of adequate amount of protein (about 100-120 gm daily) supports the growth of healthy skin, hair, and nails.

6. Avoid Sugar

Its official now, sugary foods are bad for your looks. This is because a rapid rise in blood sugar causes sugar molecules to bind themselves to the collagen, a kind of protein, in your skin. This process, known as glycation, makes skin hard and rigid, causing sagging and wrinkling. So avoid these foods.

7. Prevent Sunburn

Get it right, sunlight is actually good for you. It provides vitamin D, helps absorb calcium and phosphorus, boosts our immunity, and relieves skin trouble. It’s the extended exposure, especially to the overhead afternoon sun, that is harmful.

This is because UV rays in sunlight break down collagen in the skin, making it rough and leathery, and causing wrinkles and premature aging. 

It also increases the risk of skin cancer. Protect skin against direct sunlight by covering all exposed areas or using a good sunscreen.

8. Use Soap safely

Buy soap to match your skin type, such as dry, oily, normal or sensitive. Avoid soaps with high pH or acid content, as these can harm your skin. Also, herbal soaps are a gentler alternative to those containing chemicals. For best result, use minimal soap to preserve the natural oils in your skin.

9. Look for Retinoids

While buying cosmetic products, check labels for those containing retinoids. Derived from vitamin A, these compounds increase collagen production and cell regeneration in your skin, thus helping you reduce the effects of aging.

10. Enjoy good sleep

Adequate sleep is crucial for your body to perform functions of cell renewal and regeneration. Regularizing your patterns and sleeping early will ensure that you get the optimum eight hours sleep daily.


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