Anti-Aging Skin Care

Anti-Aging Skin Care

Anti-Aging Skin Care
The science of anti-aging has come a long way. Learn how to slow aging, feel and look younger and keep your skin in great condition.

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    A lot of women cake on too much make-up in an effort to mask wrinkles and imperfections. That’s a mistake. Look for a luminous, moist foundation with sunscreen protection that will give you a smoother, glowing look. Also, try out different eye-shadows to see which ones stay put rather than slithering into creases and folds. And take advantage of the new lines of long-lasting lipsticks that don’t smear or run into fine lines around the mouth. In addition, pay attention to your coloring. If you’ve decided to be let your hair go silver, change your make-up palette accordingly. Why not get a consultation from a make-up artist, either at a department store, a salon, or a spa? There’s nothing like professional advice to steer you toward just the right make-up textures and shades to make the most of your looks.
     
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    Dr. Jordana Gilman - Is there any way to prevent age spots?

    One key to preventing age spot lies in a product you should already be using every day, says dermatologist Dr. Jordana Gilman. To find out what it is, watch this video.


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    2 005 05 anti aging dollar shop
    Anti-aging products don't have to be expensive to work. Watch this video as Dr. Oz and dermatologist Dr. Audrey Kunin reveal unusual dollar-store solutions that keep your skin healthy and clean.


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    Dr. Oz - retinol

    Retinol is the most important anti-aging skin care ingredient on the market today, says dermatologist Dr. Jeannette Graf. In this video, Dr. Graf tells Dr. Oz how retinol skin creams can make your skin look younger.

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    I am in agreement with the other professionals that diet, exercise, and sleep are critical, but what about our mental health? I have seen dramatic improvements in the way my clients look and feel by gaining a stronger sense of self, confidence, and living their life authentically. We often feel tired and overwhelmed because we are not connecting with ourselves or others in a meaningful way. It is important to focus on the whole self!

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    Dr. Haideh Hirmand - What are my choices for anti-aging skin treatments?
    There are many anti-aging skin treatment options available today, including non-invasive injections, peels and lasers, as well as surgical options. Watch me share the latest, most effective anti-aging skin treatments.
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    Facening refers to a type of face training, a practice that uses specific exercises to relax and train the facial muscles for cosmetic improvement. Some advocates promote this therapy as a natural alternative to plastic surgery or Botox® injections.

    Facial exercises may be part of the physical therapy for patients with facial paralysis, Bell's palsy, scleroderma, and temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder. Researchers are also investigating whether facial exercises may help ease obstructive sleep apnea.

    However, there is a lack of medical evidence that facening changes a person's physical appearance. Anecdotal evidence suggests that some may find it relaxing and rejuvenating. Most available literature about facening is written in Japanese.

    Facening took on particular notoriety when Nintendo%u2122 launched a video called "Face Training" in Japan. This video features exercises created by Japanese beauty expert Fumiko Inudo. The video received mixed reviews.

    There are other facial exercises promoted on the Internet that do not use the term "facening," but also promote a regimen of toning the muscles in the face as a possible way to improve appearance.

    There are many other ways to help prevent skin damage. For instance, health experts recommend that people minimize their exposure to ultraviolet light, especially during mid-day hours when the sun's rays are the strongest. Wearing broad-spectrum sunscreen, brimmed hats, and protective clothing also minimizes exposure.

    Other methods that have been used to attain a more youthful appearance include Botox® injections, laser resurfacing and tightening, microdermabrasian, intense pulsed light (IPL), plastic surgery, plasma tissue generation, chemical peels, cosmetic tattooing, anti-aging creams and other skin care products, make-up, teeth whitening, hair coloring, and healthy lifestyle choices (such as staying active, eating a healthy diet, and drinking plenty of water).

    You should read product labels, and discuss all therapies with a qualified healthcare provider. Natural Standard information does not constitute medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.



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    What foods should I eat to help prevent wrinkles?

    One of the best foods to prevent wrinkles is cabbage; it's very rich in vitamin C, which helps to strengthen collagen and protect against the breakdown of skin cells. Watch as nutritionist Kimberly Snyder, CN, explains why purple cabbage is best.


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    How can I treat my forehead wrinkles?
    Forehead wrinkles start to develop early, especially for those who are expressive or animated with their faces. In this video, dermatologist Doris Day, MD, explains a few reasons why forehead wrinkles develop, and what you can do to treat it.
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    Women who shield their skin from the sun with a daily sunscreen look younger, have fewer wrinkles and smoother, evenly toned complexions. That’s because the sun’s ultra-violet rays are the number one culprit for damaging collagen -- the support structure of the skin.

    Use a daily moisturizer with SPF 30, which contains potent sunscreen ingredients such as avobenzone, zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, recommends David Bank, MD, director of The Center for Dermatology, Cosmetic and Laser Surgery in Mount Kisco, NY. Use it every day -- whether the forecast calls for sun or clouds. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, up to 80 percent of UV rays can pass through clouds.