I would say get more fruits, vegetables and water into your diet and get more exercise and sleep. In addition, I believe we need to begin regularly moisturizing in our 20's. As a last effort, Botox and fillers if they've gone too far, lower your confidence, or if you are at least 30 or 40 years old.
One of the most simple things many forget is proper hydration goes a long way - and by that I mean water. coffee, tea and soda tend to have a drying effect. Also, reducing sugar consumption helps greatly. Sugar ages the skin like nothing else. As for moisturizing - stay away from heavy, unnecessary chemicals. I am 40 with hardly a line in my face. I moisturize a few times a week with plain coconut oil. Sometimes I'll use a light, very natural skin cream with alphalipoic acid in it (it's a natural substance that promotes cell turnover and smooths skin) The problem with many commercial products is that they add preservatives, alcohol and other items that dry and stress the skin - so while it moisturizes temporarily, ultimately it continues to damage.
I have found that getting adequate sleep and eating foods high in vitamin E -especially black olives- works about the best. You can also try moisturizing the skin area around the eyes with vitamin E or moisturizes that contain it. (Just be careful not to get these products in your eyes.)
Aloe vera gel is highly effective in hydrating the skin and improving elasticity. It also prevents wrinkles and makes the skin baby-smooth. Wrinkles mainly come from loss of skin elasticity. Unhealthy food intake and lifestyle further add to the aging of skin.
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