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Age is basically only a number when it comes to your age. There are many more elements that should be taken into account when defining age than simply how long you have been living, according to a study published in December 2013 in Population and Development Review. But what if you already have wrinkles or thick, aging-looking skin as a result of years of sun damage? How can you fix this to restore the softness and youth to your face?
The American Academy of Dermatology’s dermatologists advise beginning with one skin-care item at a time. A few days before using it on your face, test it on your forearm. Stop using any product right away if it stings or burns. Be sure to avoid overusing the product and to adhere to the instructions on it. Give a product time to work; if used consistently as directed, it may result in younger-looking skin. There are numerous chemicals that claim to help you seem younger. Yet buyer beware. Select items only if they contain active substances that have been proven to soften and rejuvenate your face. For instance, the first antioxidant that was widely utilized in over-the-counter wrinkle treatments was retinol, a vitamin A molecule. Strong antioxidant vitamin C helps shield skin from UV damage. Due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant characteristics, green tea is used in skin care products.

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