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Find out how you can these 9 ways to combat aging skin.

Getting older is inevitable. Aging, on the other hand, isn’t. You have a lot of control over how you age. Take care of your skin by trying out these 9 ways to combat aging skin.

1. Protect your skin from the sun

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Protect your skin from the sun.

Most of our skin’s photoaging comes from the sun. Your best bet to keeping your skin looking young is to physically block it from the sun. Wear an oil-free SPF 30+ sunscreen on your face, neck, chest, and any exposed skin every day.  Consider wearing a hat and sunglasses if you’ll be in the sun for long periods of time.

2. Stop smoking

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Smoking accelerates skin aging.

It’s no secret that smoking isn’t good for your health—and it’s even worse for your skin. Smoking narrows the blood vessels, constricting oxygen flow to the skin, which allows the buildup of harmful free radicals that slowly damage the collagen and elastic fibers in your skin. Overtime, this will result in unhealthy, dry, and dull skin.

3. Exercise at least 3 times a week

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Exercise is one of the best ways to combat aging skin.

Exercising can do wonders for your complexion. A good sweat sesh lets all the impurities out of your skin. Not only does one workout session boost your glow, but helps your overall health and wellness. Regular exercise will slow general body aging.

4. Eat a healthy diet

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Healthy foods help improve skin.

A diet high in healthy fats, including fatty fish, avocado, and olive oil is great for skin. Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory foods are also great for the skin including berries, bell peppers, greens, and tomatoes. Whole foods are always better than processed, fast foods. See this article for a comprehensive list of anti-aging foods.

5. Cleanse your skin every day

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Washing your face is integral to your skin’s health.

Keep your skin clean. Cleansing your skin every day clears out clogged pores and washes away dead skin cells that leave the skin looking dull and lifeless. Find a gentle cleanser that you like and cleanse twice a day. Check out these recommendations for anti-aging cleansers.  

6. Take collagen supplements

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Collagen supplements can replenish your body’s diminishing collagen.

Collagen is the body’s building block—it holds all your sells together and keeps the skin tight, firm, and radiant. As you age, your body’s collagen production slows. To keep up with the depleting collagen, supplement with Ideal Collagen, which contains 10,000mg hydrolyzed collagen.

7. Get enough sleep

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Beauty sleep is important for your skin.

Beauty sleep is real. Sleeping 7+ hours a night can dramatically improve your overall complexion. Don’t believe it? Read the proof here.

8. Manage stress

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Stress takes a massive toll on your skin.

Too much stress can take massive tolls on your body. If you’re stressed, your body can’t repair itself as well as it usually does. Skin cells that are damaged throughout the day don’t regenerate as quickly as they should, resulting in rapid aging. Try out these tips to manage stress.

9. Visit a dermatologist

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Your dermatologist can provide anti-aging treatments.

Many treatments can help slow aging and improve your skin’s tone, firmness, and texture. Some of these treatments include: 

  • Chemical peel
  • Dermabrasion
  • Laser Resurfacing
  • Pulsed Light Therapy

Check out your local dermatologist to see which treatments might help you.

Try it out

Try out these 9 ways to combat aging skin. See which ones work the best for you! Age gracefully.