Sure, creams and serums can help beating the effects of time of your skin, but when it comes to preventing wrinkles, dark spots, and step ahead of aging there are lots of easy life-changing tricks that can help you make the difference. Here I will share with you 5 tips to a better skin, that according to dermatologists and beauty experts will blow your mind… 1.- Avoid straws: Besides of the fact that straws end up in the sea and might hurt turtles and damage the ecosystem, drinking with them regularly can cause wrinkles. According to Angela Lamb, MD, an assistant professor of dermatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, sipping through a straw accentuates those facial muscles where fine lines can occur. 2.-Please, please, please, stop smoking! We can all agree that smoking is a threat to your health in general, but when it comes to the skin this can be a toll on your appearance. “Smoking increases wrinkles due to facial motion, and it also has a vasoconstricting effect, which means it chokes off blood vessel circulation,” says dermatologist David Stoll, MD, author of A Woman’s Skin. 3.- Sleep it off: “Sleep is super important in allowing the body to regenerate, and the skin is no different,” says Dr. Nussbaum. Think of sleep as a part of your beauty routine not only because it avoids dark circles but because skin cells rejuvenate overnight and it’s a key to keeping your skin looking young and glowy. 4.- Moisturize to seal water: Moisturizing your skin goes far beyond putting on lotion before sleep. According to Dermatologists, lotion should be applied within 3 minutes after showering or washing your face, this allows water to be sealed in and prevents dehydration. 5.- Eat your citrus: In a 2007 study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers found that people who ate vitamin C-rich foods had fewer wrinkles and less age-related dry skin than those who did not. So adding kale, peppers, and oranges into your diet can bring lots of benefits to your skin. At Rehealth, we believe that beauty is the fullest expression of health. Please visit our website to find out more interesting content and be a part of an amazing health integrated community! FacebookPinTweetEmail Michelle Ibarra Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.