If your mother ever forced you to have a handful of nuts as a midday snack, be thankful that she did. Nuts aren’t just a healthy snack for when hunger pangs strike; they are also choc-o-block with nutrients that are good for your skin. They serve as a source of unsaturated fat and contain lots of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants which assist in keeping skin firm and delaying the appearance of crow’s feet and sagging skin. Make sure you get your daily supply of nuts in the form of cashews, almonds and peanuts to keep your skin looking youthful and radiant.
Nourish your skin
While it is important for your skin to get a sufficient supply of vitamins and minerals from the inside, it’s also essential to give it a boost from the outside. You can do so by adding a potent anti-ageing cream to your skin routine. We recommend the expert for the job, the Pond’s Age Miracle Firm and Lift Face and Neck Lifting Day Cream. It contains a powerful InstantLift Complex that firms the Y contour of the face and lifts the skin in the neck area. Additionally, as this cream contains SPF 30 PA+++, it will shield your skin from the sun, something that can help stop photoaging in its tracks. Especially for maturing skin that is prone to sagging, this cream combats all the signs of ageing. For taut skin that looks years younger than its physical age, this is your top choice.
Maintain a steady exercise routine
Whether we write it down to a busy schedule or sheer laziness, a daily workout is often skipped for more important things. Although we’re well aware of the positive effect it has on our health, we may not know that exercise can, in fact, work magic on our skin as well. Something as a simple as a brisk jog in the park for twenty minutes or an hour long session of zumba or kickboxing can get the heart pumping. Sweating helps to expels toxins from the body and improves the elasticity and tautness of the skin. For those of you who prefer yoga, you’d be happy to know that certain yoga asanas actually help to improve blood circulation to the face, something that’s greatly beneficial when it comes to slowing down the ageing process. Therefore, make it a point to get a few hours of physical activity every week to keep ageing at bay.
Written by Kaveri Waghela on Apr 22, 2016