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Even if you’re 100 percent comfortable with getting older, it can be fun to do things that turn back the clock. You’re not trying to deny ageing or nature, or anything like that. And you may be perfectly happy with the way that you look right now. But, thanks to modern technology and scientific advances, looking younger is now something that practically anyone can do. Here are some of the beautician-inspired strategies that you can use.
Get Rid Of The Toxins In Your Diet
When it comes to looking younger, you want to work from the inside out. In other words, you want to put things in your body that are so healthy and pure that they should up in your skin and complexion.
Don’t eat processed foods. Too many of these will age your skin, thanks to their high salt, fat and sugar content, and lack of phytonutrients. Instead, balance your diet around berries, greens, herbs, spices, fruits, nuts, beans and seeds. When you eat these foods consistently for a month or so, you’ll start to notice dramatic changes in your skin and body composition. Everything will start looking fresher, and you won’t be so tired in the mornings.
Use Medications That Make You Look Younger
Certain medications can also help you to look longer. For instance, retinoids are a great way to improve the vibrancy and appeal of the skin. You can also get certain pigment controllers that reduce or even reverse the appearance of sunspots.
Hydrators are also in demand right now. Taking hyaluronic acid by the mouth, for instance, is a great way to make yourself look more youthful.
Antioxidant pills are another option. These help to buffer the body against daily pollution exposure.
Replace Lost Hair
Getting a hair transplant repair with a specialist can also help you look younger. As we age, our hair tends become too thin, become more brittle, and recede back across our foreheads. Over time, it can start to resemble pattern balding.
Hair transplants are a popular way to reverse this process, but they can sometimes go wrong. That’s why getting your hair repaired is a great strategy. You’ll look younger and feel more confident at the same time.
Get A Hairstyle That Minimises The Signs Of Ageing
When it comes to getting older, some hairstyles are better than others. Continuing to pursue youthful styles is, generally, a bad idea. As you get older, you’ll want to switch to shorter styles, as these tend to be more flattering.
The reason for this is simple: when you get older, lines and wrinkles tend to appear more in the upper parts of the face, particularly the forehead. Shorter styles with bangs can effectively cover these up.
Short hairstyles are also good at hiding the loss of elasticity in the skin. Pulling back the hair and making it taut can tighten the skin around the hairline, smoothing out any furrows and creases.
So there you have it: some beautician-inspired techniques for looking ten years younger. Which will you try?