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The Reasons Your Youthful Skin Is Disappearing

Updated on May 20, 2014

Number of changes to make your youthful skin appearance diminish as you age

  • the outer area of your skin will start to become fragile and thin

  • because of your skin aging, the glands that produces oil becomes weaker, this makes it to produce less oil.

  • When you were younger, blood vessels that used to transport nutrients to your cells used to be active, but as time goes, it starts to diminish. This makes your skin not to look young.

Our Skin Changes With Time

Many of us, whether you are a man or a woman, we all want to keep our skins looking fresh and youthful like when we were teenagers.

But the hard truth is that after certain age, our skin starts to change with time. This is due to the fact that our skin elasticity starts to reduce and this causes our youthful skin appearance to slack.

You can find so many factors that influence the way your skin look and several ways in which you can use to make your skin age gradually.

Starting to apply these tips sooner will help you to maintain a younger looking skin appearance.

Youthful Looking Eyes

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Other ways that your skin will change

  • Your skin elasticity now weakens, as the effects of exposure to sun, beauty products and other environmental factors now begin to take tolls on your skin.

  • The skin cells that used to repair itself quickly, now starts to repair less

  • Your way of eating now begins to show on your skin. If you did not hydrate by drinking enough water, eating balanced diets or exercised enough, then your youthful skin appearance will disappear.

Or stay in the shade when it is sunny

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The Main Reason Why Your Youthful Skin Is No More

To summarize what I listed above, you will find that your youthful skin is gradually disappearing depending on the type of food that you eat, the chemicals from beauty products that you use, exposure to pollution and sun without sunscreen. All these contribute to damage the youthful skin that you originally had. When you start noticing some skin damages such as, sagging, blotches, skin spots, wrinkles and rough skin, then your youthful skin is fast disappearing.

Pollution from the environment can affect our skin

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Here Are Some Solutions On How You Can Slow Down Aging Skin

  • Whenever you know that the sun is out, use sunscreen. If you want to slow down the extent to which wrinkles will make your skin age, you should start using sunscreen early on in life. According to reviews, sunscreen that contains zinc oxide is more effective on the skin than those with titanium dioxide content.

  • If you are outside when it is sunny, use sunscreen with SPF15 on a daily basis and if you are going to spend a great deal of time outside use sunscreen with SPF30. If you are a woman or a guy that wears makeup, make sure that you wear your sunscreen first before you use any beauty care product.

  • Many people fail to stay in the shade when it is too hot, thinking that it is good to get some vitamins that the sun ray brings. You should in fact stay in the shade whenever you see that it is too hot and also wear a hat or cap to keep your skin looking fresh.

  • Your skin can quickly become wrinkled and rough if you smoke or stay in a polluted environment.

  • Go to bed early and have enough sleep as the skin cells can only repair itself while you are sleeping.

  • Let your face be up when you sleep and not on the pillow, as this can cause wrinkles to form easily.

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More Ways Of Maintaining a Youthful Skin Appearance

  • When it is hot, your skin will lose more water. You need to keep your skin hydrated by drinking lot of water. You can drink pure water as well as eats lot of vegetables and fruits as these also contain water.
  • Reduce your liquor intake as it can cause your skin to dry, because alcohol is not water, so too much of it can cause your skin to dehydrate. And when this happens, your youthful skin appearance will be dried out.

  • Many foods that are grown from the ground such as vegetables and fruits can provide antioxidants. Or take some supplements that include vitamin C, which help to ensure that your skin is protected against harm from chemicals and the sun.

Beauty and skin care products can also affect your skin


Do you really want to see a youthful skin?

If you really want to see a youthful skin, follow some or all of these few tips and you will see changes on your skin. To have a great youthful skin appearance, you should be patient and relentless on your efforts in using these ideas. The change may take a couple of months to show up, but it will surely happen.

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    • bizwin profile imageAUTHOR

      Christabel Evans 

      4 years ago from England, UK

      I also find that whenever I remember to drink a lot of water, there is always positive change to my skin. Thanks!

    • Nell Rose profile image

      Nell Rose 

      4 years ago from England

      Hi biz, great advice, I remember having to drink a lot of water for a medical procedure a few years ago, my skin the next day was amazing! so plumped up and healthy looking, nell

    • bizwin profile imageAUTHOR

      Christabel Evans 

      4 years ago from England, UK

      @billybuc, youthful skin can be a mind thing for other people. Just think you are young and there you have it.LOL. Great to hear from you. Thanks!

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      Bill Holland 

      4 years ago from Olympia, WA

      At my age, I just have to accept that fact that youthful skin is a thing of the past. :) Good suggestions.


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