Do you happen to look at yourself in the mirror and pull back your facial skin in order to remember what it was like when it was tighter? Does the excess skin on your body annoy you when it wiggles, and you wish things were different?
The fact is that there is a variety of solutions to your problem. If you want to rejuvenate your skin, you can try implementing various methods and products into your lifestyle, or you can go for a more serious approach, such as surgery. It all depends on how much you are willing to spend, and, most importantly, how big a change you want to see.
Here are 6 ways to help you completely rejuvenate your skin.
Remove all makeup before sleep without wipes
What do you generally use to remove makeup once the day is done? Most people rely on makeup remover wipes, because they are very convenient, especially during trips or when you are constantly all around the place.
However, the truth is that they shouldn’t be your number one solution. Why? Because most of them don’t manage to completely get rid of all makeup residue. Furthermore, they can irritate your skin. This is why a natural remover in liquid form is a better solution. It will get deeper into your skin and remove all makeup and anything else you don’t want there, such as dirt. Furthermore, you won’t irritate your face with chemicals.
Make your meals plant-based and drink enough water
You will hear from a lot of people that a diet which consists of plant-based meals does wonders to your skin. You should believe them. If you eat dairy and meat which are way too heavy on fat, your skin complexion will become dull. This is why you should focus on vegetables which have a lot of vitamins, minerals, and water.
Speaking of water, you should drink up to 3 liters of water on a daily basis. This way you will enable your body to properly get rid of all the toxins. And, of course, your skin will stay hydrated. If you really want to make your skin glow, eat and drink properly.
Get enough sleep
Of course, if you want to have healthy and beautiful skin, you need to get enough sleep. Get to know how your body works, and keep in mind that the time between 11 PM and 1 AM is when the essential restorative functions happen. If you sleep well during these hours and don’t wake up for about 8 hours, you will allow your body and skin to properly heal.
Take care of your neck and chest
Don’t just stare into the mirror with the means to focus on your face. Your chest and your neck need good care as well. So, start giving the very same treatment to those parts of your body just as you are to your facial features, and you will really appreciate it in the future. All those products that you use for your face, such as oils, serums, and creams – start using them on your neck and chest as well.
Just think about the fact that the skin on your neck produces less oil than all the other parts of your body. So, as you get older, it’ll get dehydrated and wrinkled even sooner than your face.
Use oil, even if your skin is already oily
There are people whose skin is oilier than others’, and they are lucky because they have to worry a little less. However, this still doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t use any oils whatsoever. It’s always a good idea to apply some oil to your skin in the evening. It helps regulate it as it absorbs all the important ingredients while you get some sleep.
The best idea is to go with all-natural oils, which will significantly reduce any wrinkles, fine lines, and dark spots. What’s also beneficial about such oils is that they boost the growth of your cells. Again, make sure that you treat your neck and chest the same as you do your face.
If you want to go for a more radical solution, then you should consider various surgical approaches. Some of them include ultrasound, radiofrequency, and laser resurfacing. When it comes to your eyes, you can try blepharoplasty. It is also known as eye lift surgery. It removes excess skin and puts any herniated tissues back to where they belong. There are the upper lid and the lower lid blepharoplasty.
The sweet truth is that there is a wide variety of ways to rejuvenate your skin and make sure that you keep the youthful look significantly longer. Next to a proper diet, enough sleep, use of natural oils, and other less invasive approaches, you can also decide to go for a skin surgery in order to make deeper changes to certain parts of your body where your skin has already become wrinkled or jiggly.
Guest post by Mia Johnson
About the Author
Mia Johnson is a freelance writer with a ten-year long career in journalism. She has written extensively about health, fitness, and lifestyle. A native to Melbourn, she now lives in Sidney with her 3 dogs where she spends her days writing and taking care of her 900 square feet garden.
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