How to look younger without Botox: a selection of beauty tips

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How to look younger without Botox

Of course, you can indulge in the illusion that you are as old as you feel, but sooner or later, changes in your appearance will take their toll. Rejection can lead to depression – it would seem that only a year ago your skin was supple and radiant, and now it's covered with age spots and wrinkles.

Skin care products can only help to hide age-related changes to a certain extent. Aging is a natural process for the body, and it should be accepted with a certain amount of worldly wisdom. Experts have explained how you can prevent age-related changes and keep your skin looking younger for longer, even without resorting to Botox.

Age-related changes

With age, the body undergoes serious changes. Muscles tend to lose weight and strength, mobility, and endurance decrease. The risk of fractures increases. The skin becomes thinner and loses elasticity, which leads to wrinkles. Metabolism slows down, and weight gain is faster. All of this sounds extremely depressing, but you can regain your youthfulness by implementing some healthy habits into your daily routine.

"Your age is influenced by your lifestyle. Taking care of yourself from the inside out is just as important, if not more so, than any beauty treatment," said Murray Hewlett, CEO of Affinity Health Clinics.

5 habits that can slow down the aging process

A balanced diet

Good nutrition is the basis for youthful skin and a healthy body. Experts advise incorporating the following eating habits into your daily routine:

  • Eat a variety of fruits and vegetables: they contain essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals and support collagen production;
  • choose lean proteins: eat fish, poultry, and legumes to help restore skin tissue;
  • pay attention to healthy fats: omega-3 fatty acids found in fish, flaxseeds, and walnuts can help maintain skin elasticity;
  • hydration: drink plenty of water to keep your skin moisturized from the inside out;
  • limit your intake of sugar and processed foods: high sugar intake can lead to premature aging by damaging collagen and elastin fibers;
  • eat foods rich in antioxidants: berries, dark chocolate, and green tea.

Protection from the sun

Excessive sun exposure is the main cause of premature aging. The damage from the sun's rays is cumulative. Even if you don't see immediate signs of aging, they become more apparent over time. Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 every day, even on cloudy days.

Daily routine

Quality sleep is essential for youthfulness. During deep sleep, the body repairs and regenerates cells, including skin cells.

Active lifestyle

Regular exercise benefits not only your body but also your skin. Physical activity increases blood circulation, which helps nourish skin cells and keep them healthy. Try to include at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise per week.

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