4 experts’ anti-aging secrets for your face
We all know that a long-lasting beauty is what most women desire. Here, top experts and dermatologists include: Tamorn Hall, Nadine Pernodet, Joely Kaufman and Gina Mari will unleash their anti-aging secrets to make that dream come true.
Rule #1: Prevention is better than cure
Experts all agree that the use of sunscreen regularly will help combat skin aging. UVA and UVB rays, in the light, will break down skin cells making our skin age prematurely and increase melanin to darken skin and cause brown spots. So we should use sunscreen constantly to protect our skin from aging.
Joely Kaufman says that dust, pollution, and infrared radiation around would damage the skin every day. The expert recommends using or consuming products with antioxidant properties to prevent environmental damage.
Rule #2: Simple skin care process
When dermatologist Gina Mari asks her patients about skin care, she often gets a long list of different products. This, in fact, is not a good solution for your skin problems. All experts have a common point: the skin care process should be as simple as possible.
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According to experts, half or more of the products we use in skin care are not needed. Maybe some products are not suitable for these problems your skin. Sometimes, cosmetic brands produce two products with the same functionality that make skin care procedures more complex.
In addition, Joely Kaufam advises people to take note of the order in which they are used. With the wrong order, these products will not penetrate the skin, leading to waste and, in some cases, irritation. It is best to read the manual carefully, or ask the seller or dermatologist for the exact order of using.
Rule #3: Choose reputable products
There are many skin care products on the market today. Besides well-researched products with good quality, there are also products of unknown origins which use harmful ingredients to your skin and health. We should choose the best products from reliable stores to protect our skin.
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Rule #4: Limit the light in your bedroom
Dr Nadine Pernodet shares that she learned a lot about the benefits of sleeping in a room filled with darkness. Light will interrupt our natural rhythm and make it hard for you to fall asleep.
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In addition, we should sleep from 10 pm to 6 am the next day. Gina Mari explains that our skin is very busy at night to repair and reconstruct. Sleeping at the right time is one of the most important factors to protect our skin properly.
By: Vivian Cooper