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We might not have a fountain of youth, but we do understand the connection between our lifestyles and the way we look. Making minor adjustments to your regular routine can produce clearer skin, as well as reduce wrinkles and inflammation. You can increase your longevity and maintain your youthful appearance just by stopping the following 5 bad habits.

  1. Not Washing Your Face Before Bedtime

To repair itself while you sleep, your skin has to be able to breathe. Washing away grime and dirt accumulated during the daytime is crucial. Skipping such an important step in your hygiene - particularly if you wear makeup – may result in irritation, breakouts, eye infections, a dull complexion, and premature wrinkling. It takes a mere 30 seconds to wash your face, and only requires water and a facial cleanser. Doing so each night will maintain your skin’s vibrancy. 

2- Lack of Vitamin C in Your Routine

Wrinkles are visible on those facial areas you move the most. The reason is that underneath your top layer of skin, you have collagen – a connecting tissue that keeps your skin layers together. As you get older, you start to lose some collagen, which causes the skin to sink and create wrinkles.

To fight wrinkles, adding a daily dose of vitamin C into your diet is a must.  Ingest snacks rich in vitamin C: lemons, strawberries, oranges and kiwi. With the help of these delicious fruits, your skin will create more collagen, helping to prevent wrinkles. 

For more visible results add to your skincare routine well-formulated products containing Vitamin C. It’s been proven these can provide a range of benefits from helping to even your skin tone, revitalize skin’s surface, significantly improve hydration, and keep your skin looking younger, longer. 

Recommended: Try the Vitamin C Facial Serum on a special deluxe sample offer. Apply once a day, before your moisturizer and you are done.

  1. Stressing Out

Anxiety, worrying and stress will age your body rapidly. Studies show that stress is associated with decreased telomeres, a chromosome element linked to cellular aging. When a telomere has been exhausted, the cell often expires, speeding-up the aging process. Research suggests that those who endure high levels of stress from their workplaces have the shortest telomeres. Additionally, stress can age your brain, raise your blood pressure, and interrupt your sleep. Consider learning how to recognize and regulate your stress triggers, and practice meditation and deep breathing techniques. 

  1. Eliminating All Fats

It is very prudent to cap your intake of trans and saturated fats, which can increase your risk of stroke and heart disease. Just don’t eliminate unsaturated fats that are beneficial to your heart. Nuts, salmon, olive oil and avocado contain healthy fats, such as monounsaturated fat and omega-3s. These types of fats decrease the risk of a heart attack, reduce inflammation, and keep your skin, hair and joints healthy.  

  1. Lack of Sleep

Getting a proper night’s sleep is more important than checking things off your to-do list. During your sleep cycle, the body repairs itself when your parasympathetic system takes over. A lack of sleep can result in weight gain, high blood pressure, and diabetes. It also creates circles under your eyes and produces a dull complexion. Try to get at least seven to nine hours of sleep each night.


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