1-Get Your Beauty Sleep
Night time is your body’s time to mend and renew your skin. Depriving your body of sufficient sleep may also be depriving your skin of the time it needs to repair. The best time for the skin to absorb facial products is at night. To make the most of this time, apply a nighttime skin treatment and sink into bed ready to fight aging.
“Drinking at least eight full glasses of pure, filtered water a day is crucial to keeping your skin well hydrated, smooth and silky.” says dermatologist Jeanette, M.D., author of “Smart Medicine for Your Skin.” If your skin is dry, fine lines and roughness develop, and your skin will look older and less radiant.” Increase your water intake by drinking a glass each morning when you wake up. Carry a bottle of water with you and refill it throughout the day. Order water when you eat out and try adding a lemon or lime to liven up the taste.
3-Feast on Fish.
Increasing fish in your diet can be great for your skin. Salmon is full of antioxidants and is the all-around best fish to eat for your skin. Try adding tuna on top of a salad or cooking salmon with veggies in a stir-fry or on skewers.
Moisturizing is vital for healthy skin, especially during the fall and winter months. As you grow older, your skin dries out. Moisturizers soften lines and wrinkles and keep skin moist for a healthy glow. Protect against future wrinkles and keep skin hydrated by using a daily moisturizer with SPF 15 or higher.
5-Eat the right produce.
Many fruits and vegetables contain antioxidant compounds that are great for your skin. Research from the Berlin Charité hospital found that skin with high levels of antioxidants had fewer wrinkles and therefore looked younger. Include more produce in your diet, and you may be on your way to improved skin.