Why your skin may look older than others?

Free Beauty and Skincare Tips!


Yes, we all get older! But our skin does not have to give away our age. There are many factors impacting how we age. Some of you may be lucky enough to be able to lie about your age by a few years because of firm, smooth, and glowy skin. However, smokers, those who have dry skin, wrinkles or spend much time in the sun may look years older than they actually are.


Facial skin gets a lot of exposure - to the harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun, environmental pollutants, harsh weather conditions, in addition to the normal aging processes of the body. Our face gets the most show time than any other part of our body. To maintain a youthful, glowing, smooth and radiant skin, we must not only protect but cleanse, exfoliate, as well as hydrate regularly.


A wholesome facial skin care regimen is the start of a healthy and radiant skin. Taking care of your skin doesn’t need to take a whole lot of time. But you need to invest some time in order to have a radiant and healthy skin.


 Our skin care regimen should change as we age. What you need to do in your 40’s is not the same as that of a teenager’s or someone in their 60’s.


This column is meant to give you tips to keep your skin looking at its best as you get older.


Watch for future articles and I hope you will enjoy reading and I will be able to help you age gracefully and beautifully.




This article was originally published in

volume XIX, no. 579 (3/2/09-3/8/09) of:























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