‘If I could turn back time...’ Many of us dream, just like Cher, that we could reverse the clock and erase wrinkles. Whilst many will turn to fancy face creams or think about surgery, the most effective solution is focusing on what we give our bodies. Read on for three natural and cost-effective ways to reduce winkles.
Get your beauty sleep
Beauty sleep is a real thing! Sleep deprivation reduces our body’s ability to repair itself, resulting in fine lines, wrinkles, and even chronic diseases and mood disorders. Indeed, lack of sleep is associated with stress, which itself restricts the flow of nutrients to our skin, making us look older than we really are. We all vary in the amount of sleep we need, but an average of 8 hours per night is recommended.
Clear the smoke screen
We all know smoking can cause significant damage to our bodies; both internally and externally. For example, studies have shown smoking results in skin sagging, wrinkles and dark under-eye circles as well as skin pigmentation. Therefore, if you want to reduce wrinkles, we strongly recommend you kick your habit to the curb. Contact your doctor or visit www.nhs.uk/smokefree for help on quitting.
Collagen is the most abundant protein found in the body and, among other functions, is responsible for supporting skin structure. Our body’s ability to produce collagen naturally declines with age. Therefore, taking a collagen supplement as we get older is a convenient and effective way to boost our intake and may help reduce wrinkles.
Lizzy Cole, MA MSc PGCE ANutr
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