FROM SILK CUSHIONS TO STRAWS: 5 TIPS TO PREVENT WRINKLES AND AGE WITH GRACE
Let's put our soul in peace. We all age, the determining factor is the "how". In fact, it is essential to reflect well on how the actions of the twenties affect the thirty, then the forties and so on. It is when you cross the teen boundary that you need to start preventing in order to lay the foundations for aging with Grace. Because it's okay to grow old, but there is a way and a way. From the silk pillowcase to the straws, here are some tips inspired by BellaSugar.
ALWAYS APPLY THE SOLAR FILTER
For how many anti-aging products we buy if the SPF is missing, all efforts will be in vain. The recommended dose: try the "13 dots" rule, that is 13 small dots of lotion on the face to be spread on the neck and ears as well.
SLEEPING ON A SILK Pillowcase
Unlike the cotton with which pillowcases are normally made, silk has a limited absorbency and therefore does not interfere with the beauty products that you apply to the face and hair before going to sleep, enhancing their action and effect. Not only this also applies to the natural hydration of the skin which therefore remains unchanged. Silk therefore has a skin & haircare power: fewer marks on the face (which in the long run are "registered" and can turn into wrinkles) and hair that is less tangled and frizzy, therefore visibly healthier and hydrated.
THE FACE STARTS FROM THE HAIR AND GETS TO THE FINGERS
The hands, as well as the neck, can betray the true biological age. So, in order not to find yourself at the age of fifty with a young face and a décolléte of a third age, it is better to enlarge the area of action.
BANNING THE STRAWS
Yes, even biodegradable ones. It is a beauty legend agreed, but like all myths it has a grain of truth. Any action that involves the contraction of the same muscles in fact causes wrinkles. Smiling and reflecting, for example, creates signs of aging around the lips and forehead (although smiling is beautiful and reflecting is, in fact, very important). The same rule applies to drinking through a straw. Ergo, better to avoid.
THE SHOWER? BETTER WARM
Excessive heat dries skin and hair. It is therefore better to reduce the water temperature a little so that the body maintains its level of hydration unchanged.