Protect and Preserve Your Ageing Skin

Ageing Skin
Ageing Skin


Protect and Preserve Your Ageing Skin. How is it that we all feel 20 in our minds. And yet are betrayed by those wrinkles on the face in the mirror? You can’t stop the clock. But there are plenty of steps that you can take to look and feel great as the hands keep moving!

Aging is more than just getting a few lines around your eyes; it affects the way you move and the way you think. Being able to move well and think quickly may be two of your greatest tools in any situation. Looking young while you’re using those tools is just a bonus!

Elderly Exercise

Elderly Exercise
Elderly Exercise

Protect and Preserve Your Ageing Skin. It’s true that if you don’t move it, you lose it. You need to be doing at least 30 minutes of cardio and 30 minutes of strength training at least 3 days per week in order to maintain endurance and muscle mass.

The immediate benefits of being physically fit in any situation are obvious. However, exercising also helps keep your bones healthy. Oh, and you know those saggy areas? It gets rid of those, too. Because exercise helps to tighten ageing skin

Exercise doesn’t necessarily have to take place at a gym; you can walk or jog around the neighbourhood, do lawn work or housework, or play a sport. Hiking is a great way to get your exercise and to enjoy nature at the same time.

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Stop Smoking

Old Person Smoking
Old Woman Smoking

Protect and Preserve Your Ageing Skin. Smoking cigarettes ages your body at an astounding rate. It creates wrinkles around your mouth and creates oxidation in your body that leads to other forms of aging such as wrinkles and mental decline. Obviously, it inhibits your ability to breathe, too. Smoking is the antithesis to physical fitness and youth and will make you look and feel old way before your time. If you smoke, you should consider Quitting.

Eat Well

Healthy Food
Eat Healthy Food

Yes, eating well is the solution to everything, it seems, but it’s true. The antioxidants in fruits and vegetables fight ageing at the cellular level. And by attaching to free radicals that contribute to disease and the signs of ageing. Also, proper nutrition is your first step in looking and feeling younger naturally. Consequently, we’ll talk a bit more about good anti-ageing foods in the coming paragraphs.

Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil
Coconut Oil

Remember, coconut oil was a fad five years ago. Now it’s a staple in many pantries and medicine cabinets because it works. Because coconut oil has been used for centuries by Mediterranean and Caribbean women as moisturizers, and the results are amazing. Those women look young forever. It’s known as a natural sunscreen and moisturizer, both of which contribute to young looking, healthy skin. And coconut oil is great as a moisturizer. But its anti-ageing properties extend well beyond that.

So then, coconut oil is a medium-chain triglyceride, which means that it’s processed by your body. However, more as a sugar than as a fat so it’s a good source of quick energy. It also doesn’t raise your bad cholesterol, so it helps keep your cardiovascular system healthy. Oh, and it’s obviously vegetarian, if that’s a concern for you.

Tip!!! So then, you can make your own soaps, deodorants, toothpaste, and skin care items. By using coconut oil as a base to save money, avoid chemicals, and look great! Plenty of ideas are online if you research them.



Yogurt helps you stay young in a couple of ways. As it provides good bacteria, known as probiotics. They keep your gut healthy and your digestive tract functioning smoothly. Also, it’s a good source of protein, which helps keep your skin and hair looking great.

Yogurt can be used on your skin, too. The lactic acid in it acts as a mild acid peel that sloughs off old, grey skin and lets new skin shine through. You can even make yogurt at home, so it will be available as long as you have access to cow or goat milk in your domestic situation.

Can I reverse the effects of aging skin?

Common skin changes appear gradually as you age. They, include age spots, freckles, discoloured blotches, wrinkles, sallowness, roughness, very dry skin and leathery toughness. Furthermore, some people develop scaly patches, skin tags, or bright red or purple raised bumps (cherry angiomas). So then, these might be bothersome but are usually harmless.

Some skin changes, such as fine wrinkles from sun damage, may be reversed by treatment with retinoic acid. In addition, this treatment can also improve your skin’s texture, reduce discoloration and increase collagen. However, other effects of aging aren’t reversible. But they may be treatable. For example, you may choose to have a rough patch or skin tag removed for cosmetic reasons. or you could talk with your doctor about procedures for smoothing wrinkles and improving your skin appearance.

You can also prevent or slow further changes by having good sun protection habits. Consequently, some skin changes may be early signs of skin cancer. Any worries, talk with your doctor about whether you need to have them removed or checked regularly.

In Conclusion

Our entire body is covered in skin, it is a protective barrier against disease, germs and bacteria. Furthermore, it is how people see us and there is no one who does not want nice looking skin. Age is an indicator that shows up in skin first, however there are things you can do to improve the look of ageing skin. So then pay attention to the above and think about your skin.

Important Note *

Remember that everyone is different, and it is ultimately YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to find what your body responds to. So please do your due diligence before trying anything new, including getting Medical Advice to ensure your safety and peace of mind.

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2 replies on “Protect and Preserve Your Ageing Skin”

Thanks again for helpful and interesting information. I will take it onboard. I use retonal every night. Again thank you for all the time you spend researching for the group

Hi Rosina, once again I thank you for your comment, I really appreciate you taking the time to comment, I always try to send relevant and accurate information in my posts, All the very best, Ian

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