Rejuvenate

Written by Anmy Leuthold
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Your skin is a living organ with the remarkable ability to rejuvenate itself. It can regenerate itself from the inside out, every six weeks. Healthy skin knows how to restore damaged cells and encourage the growth of vibrant, new skin. Sometimes, it just needs a little bit of help. Nourish your skin by cleansing, moisturizing, and exfoliating for good circulation. It will give you a lovely glow of fresh, smooth, young, and firm skin.

Aging causes biochemical transformations in elastin and collagen, the protein fibers that give skin its youthful appearance and tone. Also, because of the decrease in the number of melanocytes, pigment-containing cells, aged skin seems more translucent. The skin begins to look less supple and sag, as the skin's fat layer begins to lose its connective tissue and padding support. This is when wrinkles form. Because aged skin is more fragile and thinner, it is at increased risk of injury.

Ways to Rejuvenate the Skin

There are ample things you can do to beat back the merciless hands of time. A good first defense is maintaining a healthy lifestyle, along with arming yourself with great home skin care products. Regardless of your advancing years, you can make the most of the complexion, by avoiding known skin aging accelerators such as smoking, UV sunlight, and eating sensibly and drinking lots of water.

Time, sun, stress, and environmental assaults all take their toll on our skin. But, they do not have to win. It is vital to pick health and beauty products that not only provide all-purpose protection against environmental and internal damage, but also help renew and repair aging skin cells. Another piece of advice is to exfoliate your skin regularly. It will rejuvenate and stimulate proper cell renewal and improve circulation. You'll have a better chance at winning the war that has been waged since the day you were born, the sooner these preventative measures are taken.


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