Long hours, late nights, no proper meals take toll on your skin. Going out in the sun for long hours may lately develop some sort of pigmentation on the face. The skin around the eye areas may also sag, and one may
also start getting fine lines on forehead, nose and at the corner of the eyes.
Our hectic lives and long working hours do take a toll on health and the first victim is our skin. Also there should be proper intake of meals. You have to adopt a more healthy way of living to achieve a fine balance. The fact is that skin starts ageing from the age of 25 – a fact that most people do not know, and tend to ignore the early signs.
Ageing that comes from extrinsic factors like sun exposure, smoking, wind and chemical exposure, can be managed by a regular regimen of skincare. 60 to 80 per cent of skin ageing is due to the sun’s UV rays. While sun exposure does damage the skin, the free radicals produced due to this sun exposure are what really ruin the skin. Stress, as well as toxins in the environment, including pollution, car exhaust, pesticide and cigarette smoke accelerates production of free radicals, adding to the skin damage and the ageing process. The skin also develops age spots or mottled pigmentation.
When the skin is young, the cells are replaced about every 21-40 days. As you get older, cell regeneration slows down. As a result, dead cells accumulate, and skin feels rough. We collect toxins every hour, every day, without even trying.
You should look for the best skin care regimen which promises to look after your skin and make it glow. The regimen’s active ingredient should be the breakthrough anti-ageing ingredient called CLA, or Conjugated Linoleic Acid. Conjugated Linoleic Acid is the latest ingredient for helping skin renew from within and stimulates natural collagen production in your skin. You should always make sure, that before starting with any regimen, you should keep your skin scrupulously clean.
Use an anti-ageing cream with CLA that will clean without drying. Follow that up with a toner that helps restore the pH balance of your skin and prepare it for the next step of moisturizing. You could start by using a toner that is enhanced with age-defying ingredients that leaves your skin more resilient, taut, moist and glowing.
To help make the skin more resilient, start using good anti-ageing products with non-irritating CLA. It will help you to reduce age spots. It will make your skin more supple, and, at the same time, will protect your skin from an early onset of wrinkles and fine lines.
Apart from the above things, you should also make sure that you get proper sleep. At least 7-8 hours of good sleep is required so that your body gets proper rest. You should also keep your skin scrupulously clean and well-moisturized. Too much coffee should be avoided and breakfast should be done at proper intervals every day.