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Best natural remedy for wrinkles – what should I do to look young forever?

Updated on June 6, 2012

As women get older, many are concerned about the appearance of their skin and face. It is very important to learn about anti wrinkle care for your skin to look good for as long as possible. For those that care about their appearance, they will usually look better with age because they take the right steps to help their skin stay nice for a long time. This hub is all about home remedies for anti wrinkle care. Expensive salon treatments are not the best and only option you have!

Anti wrinkle eye cream is essential – The skin around your eyes is extremely delicate and prone to the appearance of wrinkles. In general, this area should stay moist to avoid the onset of wrinkles and crow's feet. Anti wrinkle eye cream is designed specifically for that. In general, you should start using anti wrinkle eye cream in your mid twenties. Prevention is the key to look young forever.

Moisturizer for the skin – Wrinkles are mostly due to insufficient hydration of the skin. As we get older, our skin tends to produce less oil for hydration. We need to use moisturizer on a daily basis to help the skin stay moist, young, healthy and elastic. For younger women, a light moisturizer is sufficient. On the other hand, older ladies should use a heavy moisturizer that is designed to lock moisture in the skin. Those that have dry skin needs to reapply moisturizer as needed throughout the day. It is very good to also use a humidifier if necessary to increase the moisture in your house to keep you skin hydrated.

Lots of fruits / vegetables – Health comes from within and wrinkles are a representation of old age and poor health. Fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamins / minerals / antioxidants to keep the skin in good condition. If you don't have good health, your appearance will reflect that no matter how many different external creams you use.

Less exposure to sunlight – Exposure to the sunlight can cause wrinkles. It is important to protect your skin from the damaging rays of the sun. Physical barriers such as hats and face shields are best at avoiding sun exposure. In addition to physical barriers, you should also use sunscreen for added protection. If you are out in the sun on a daily basis, you must reapply sunscreen whenever you get a chance. You will notice that lots of people that work outside have lots of wrinkles. That did not happen by chance, their skin suffered lots of damage due to the sun's UV rays.

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