If your outward appearance no longer matches your youthful attitude, there are many things you can do to rejuvenate your looks.
Keep reading to learn more:
Get Enough Sleep
Sleeping is one of the simplest and most effective ways to make yourself look younger. Being tired makes you look haggard and older. Use these tips to make it easier to get plenty of sleep every night:
- Stop consuming caffeine 6-8 hours before going to bed
- Avoid eating 3 -4hours before bed
- Avoid looking at your smart phone, computer, or TV one hour before bed
- Use a fan to create soothing white noise
- Lower your thermostat to keep it cooler at night
- Exercise early in the day to wear yourself out, but don’t exercise within 3 hours of going to bed
Take Good Care Of Your Skin
Healthy skin is key to looking younger. Protect your skin from sun damage by wearing sunscreen and hats outside, wash your face daily with a gently cleanser, never sleep in your makeup, use moisturizer every morning, and apply a retinol cream at night. These simple habits will help your skin stay beautiful, and they can even improve the appearance of skin that has already begun to age.
Wear Less Makeup
Heavy makeup doesn’t cover up your wrinkles and fine lines—it accentuates them. If you want to start looking younger, change your makeup habits. Powder and heavy foundation settle into the lines on your face and make them more prominent. Wear lighter foundation or skip it all together and replace your matte lipstick with a light lip gloss that will make your lips look fuller.
Restore Your Youthful Profile
Dermal fillers can give your face a youthful shape again. As you age, your cheeks sink in and your lips get thinner. Dermal fillers can be used to plump up your cheeks, make your lips fuller, and reduce the appearance of heavy lines around your mouth and nose. Dermal fillers provide instant results that last from 6 months to a year. To learn more about this option, contact Dr. Malamet today.