As a person ages, the skin goes through reduced activity of sebaceous glands which results in dry skin. Also, thinning of epidermis and dermis causes sagging and wrinkling and slower repair of skin tissue and age also lead to the reduced blood supply to the skin, causing slow repair and metabolic activity.
EeYuva shares how one can slow down the skin's ageing process… Have a look!
Use sun protection regularly so you protect the skin from UV radiation damage. Ensure you apply sunscreen at least 15 minutes before you go outdoors.
It is extremely important to stay hydrated throughout the day. Use hydrating gel or moisturiser and organic lightweight oils like Jojoba oil to maintain the oil barrier of the skin.
A healthy diet and lifestyle will go a long way in promoting collagen production. Your best bet to combat the natural decline that happens with age. A smart way for vegetarians and vegans to support collagen production is to eat fruits and vegetables plentiful in collagen-boosting nutrients.
Include lots of fresh fruits, vegetables and nuts and seeds to keep your antioxidant levels and collagen levels high.
Organic Skin Care Products
Incorporate organic skincare that nourishes your skin with antioxidants, collagen protein and reduces skin damage.
Skin needs to be taken care of externally through the application of various organic products. Turmeric, aloe vera, gooseberry, avocado, tea tree oil, shea butter, sea salt, other herbal oils and herbs have the ability to rejuvenate the skin.
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