We would all would love to know some sure ways to prevent wrinkles. I personally want to do whatever I can to keep them at bay. So here are some ways to prevent wrinkles that you can use in your life to do just that.

Beware of unhealthy tanning

A glow is pretty but tanning is not healthy and is it worth the long-term risks of wrinkles and possibly even skin cancer? One of the best ways to prevent wrinkles is to give up the dream of a bronze tan. Some methods of tanning such as self-tanner and spray tanning are acceptable but tanning in true sunlight or sun beds is in no way safe or good for you if preventing wrinkles is a goal.

Sunscreen

One of the best pieces of advice is to become friends with sunscreen. Sunscreen will help you to prevent wrinkles because it prevents the sun from penetrating your skin, at least to an extent. Most of us know to wear sunscreen when we go to the beach or are out in the sun for an extended amount of time. But the truth is that you need to wear sunscreen on a daily basis, even if the only exposure you will be getting is your walk to the car in the mornings and evenings.

Drink enough water

Water is so important to our bodies in so many ways. Our body needs it and it makes up our body, in part. Drinking enough water helps to keep your body well hydrated. It is also healthy, and eating and drinking healthy always shows in our body and our skin.

Use a moisturiser

If you do not want to have wrinkles, then you have to moisturise. In fact, the earlier you start using moisturiser, the better. That means that you will have less wrinkles when you age. Dry skin plays a large part in acquiring wrinkles, which is why using a moisturiser helps to prevent them.

Avoid sugar

This one is a hard one to abide by, ladies. I know because I enjoy a chocolate treat as much as the next girl. But the sad truth is that sugar has been proven to age you. You don’t have to give up sugar completely, although it would be wonderful if you could. But do try to watch how often you indulge and try to follow the everything in moderation theory.

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