Anti-Wrinkle Health Tips

Are you looking for health tips to get rid off wrinkles? Here are some of the best Anti-wrinkle tips. More after the break.




The plain truth is that wrinkles come with age. There are many factors that bring about premature, age induced wrinkling such as sun damaged skin, heredity, poor dietary habits, and drug and alcohol abuse. There are a series of chemical changes that occur in the skin that brings about wrinkles. Dry skin is more prone to wrinkles than oily skin.

The sun emits harmful ultraviolet rays that can seriously damage the top layer of skin, causing wrinkles and skin cancers. As a person ages, they produce less collagen. Collagen makes up the middle layer of the skin. With age, less elastin is produced, causing sagging skin and body wrinkles. The bottom layer of skin is plumped up with fat cells. As the body ages, these fat cells shrink, and that causes the skin to become thin with noticeably more wrinkles.

Ward Off Wrinkles

Dr. Mehmet Oz has prescribed an old fashion tried but true home remedy to erase those unwanted wrinkles. According to Dr. Oz, this nutrient-rich natural remedy provides a great moisturizing mask for your facial skin and can be used in place of Botox.

The lactic acid in the yogurt provides for a great exfoliate, while the honey is a natural remedy for moisturizing the skin. Mix ¼ cup yogurt with ½ mashed ripe banana and 1 tsp of honey. Mix these ingredients well, and apply them to the face for fifteen minutes and rinse. Applying a warm washcloth to your face during the facial will bring about even better results.

h2>Wrinkles and Diet

Studies have shown what you eat or do not eat has a direct impact on your body and skin. We are diligent in treating the outside physical looks of our body’s skin appearance, but we need to also focus on dietary health foods to prevent early anti-wrinkling from the inside of our body.

The skin is the largest organ on the human body, and it is constantly exposed to various stress levels including environmental factors. Foods rich in Vitamin A, C & E along with minerals and zinc can help keep wrinkles at bay while fighting off potentially damaging free-radicals produced by the skins cells. Improving your food choices, drinking plenty of water, and changing a few behavior choices can aid in helping your skin.

Healthy Foods for Wrinkles

There is an abundant variety of natural healthy food choices available in your grocer’s produce section. These nutrient dense fruits and vegetables will aid in maintaining healthy skin while keeping unwanted wrinkles at bay.

Color is a key factor in choosing foods rich in Vitamin C such as red bell peppers, broccoli, peaches, oranges, kiwifruit and papayas. Vitamin E foods include nuts and seeds, while Vitamin A includes low-fat milk, eggs, spinach, leaf lettuce, carrots, squash, sweet potatoes, mangos and cantaloupe.

Wrinkle Creams

Over-the-counter facial creams may provide a slight improvement to the skin depending on the ingredients and the length of time using the product. Retinol A, Hydroxy acids, Coenzyme Q 10 and tea extracts are a few non-prescription products advertised today geared toward reducing those age old wrinkles.

According to Dr. Oz, some of the best anti-wrinkle creams on the market today feature a newly developed formula using Resveratrol. This so called “wonder” drug is believed to reduce lines around the eyes as well as tighten the elastic skin in much needed areas.

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