What is Making Your Skin Dry And What To Do About It?

Dry skin is one of the most difficult problems to tackle. When external phenomena and sometimes internal ones wipe out the moisture from your skin, you are left with a dry patchy skin. The skin needs a good amount of moisture in order to breathe and stay healthy. But the question is what exactly the causes behind dry skin are?

  • The weather

The first thing which is attributed for dry skin is the weather, especially the winters. During the winters the weather is on a drier side and there is a lack of humidity. Both these things rob the natural moisture from your skin and results in dry skin. The air which blows during this period is known to parch the skin which is also detrimental to it. If you think that staying indoors and using the heater would help then you are sorely mistaken as it also adds in stripping the much-needed moisture from the air.

  • The location

It is true that winters can actually leave your skin dry but the location i.e. the geographical location is more often than not responsible for this skin related problem. For instance, if you are living in a region which exhibits desert like conditions then it is pretty normal for you to experience high temperatures. The problem with these places is that although the temperature here is pretty high, but there isn’t much humidity in the air; hence, chances of having dry skin increases.

  • Showers

If you are one of those who like to take long steamy showers, then it is time to rethink. It has been observed that these showers can be soothing for you but are pretty dangerous for your skin. What they essentially do is accelerate the process of drying the natural oil in your body which is important for keeping your skin healthy and moist. Moreover, if you like to swim, then you should be careful about the pool you are using for this purpose. If the pool is highly chlorinated then it can also contribute in the process of drying your skin.

  • Soap

It is true that you need to clean your body to remain healthy. But you also need to be careful about the soap you use for this purpose. If you are using a soap which is made of elements which have an affinity of consuming moisture then it would be prudent not to use it on your skin. What these soaps do is rob the natural moisture in the skin and make them dry.

  • Sunlight

You have to be careful when you step out of your house, especially in the mornings and afternoons. The sun has a tendency of drying up your skin. Thus iprotecting your skin at all times is necessary. The reason you have to be careful here is the UV rays emitted by the sun can penetrate deep into your skin. This extinguishes the moisture within and leaves it drying and saggy.

  • Skin issues

Another reason why you might have dry skin is due to issues or existing skin diseases. If you are already suffering from skin related diseases like psoriasis and eczema, then chances of having dry skin increases.

In-Season Foods That Taste Better In Fall

Do we need to stress enough on how important role nutrients play when it comes to getting a glowy skin?

Definitely not!

If you want to catch up on the essential nutrients, fall is the right time to do so. Undoubtedly, each season brings in certain foods that simply taste better during that particular time and fall is no stranger to this. The fruits and vegetables that grow during fall, are said to be frost resistant which means that the cold weather does not harm them but actually makes them taste better.

When these fruits and vegetables are exposed to frost, the stored starches get converted into soluble sugars so that they do not freeze and this is what makes them taste sweeter than usual (think, pumpkins!). On that note, here is a list of foods in fall that you must have in fall. What’s more, they are delicious and extremely healthy.

  • Apples

Pick out the freshest apples from your local farmer’s market or go on an apple picking trip to nearby orchard with your family to bring home the season’s best. Apples can be enjoyed as a quick snack, or you can bake them into a classic apple pie.

  • Pumpkins

Fall produce would be incomplete without pumpkins! Enriched with alpha and beta carotene, pumpkins are a part of many fall recipes, sweet and savory alike.

  • Mushrooms

The local market will have an abundance of mushrooms during fall. There will be different varieties and this is the best time to find your favorite mushrooms. Incorporate them in soups, broths, and even pies, because the fresh produce will be wholesome and delicious.

  • Cranberries

Cranberries are very healthy and they have some wonderful benefits. You can bake them in tarts, make some fresh cranberry juice or even impress your guests at Thanksgiving dinner by presenting them with some homemade cranberry sauce!

  • Pomegranates

Pomegranates are harvested from August to December and you will easily find them in the market during these months. It is best to eat them raw, and you can also scatter a few over your yogurt or oatmeal.

  • Shellfish

Oysters, mussels, and clams hibernate in winter. Thus, during fall, they consume a lot to build up their glycogen levels. This makes them sweeter and therefore, this is the season when you will find shellfish with some really rich flavor.

  • Rutabaga

This fibrous root vegetable ripens well in cold weather and is one of the best that the fall has to offer. Rutabaga is similar to turnip but tastes much sweeter. It can be used in casseroles and soups.

  • Grapes

Having grapes during autumn is a must. Grapes make for a quick, light lunch or you can also bottles some up to make delicious jams and jellies.

  • Leeks

Fall is the right time to have a bowl of rich, warm soup. Leeks are the ultimate comfort vegetables that can add taste to your broths and soups.

  • Salmon

Before the spawning season, salmons taste the best because they feed on saltwater crustaceans. Therefore, in early fall you will get salmon that is packed with flavor.

Stock yourself with these seasonal foods, and stay healthy!

8 Ways to Maintain Wellness in Autumn

Autumn is almost here! We are sure, you all love this weather as much as we do.

Finally, summer days are slowly beginning to make way for the winter chill, and everything is looking beautiful.

However, this transition can affect your health, especially because the days are shorter and there might be a sudden onset of cold weather. Therefore, take care of your health and enjoy autumn to the fullest with the tips given below!

  • Get your health check-up done

When the weather changes, you might find yourself suffering from cough and cold or you might even catch the flu! Avoid this by getting a complete health check-up and a flu shot so that you do not have to spend the season coughing and sneezing.

  • Pop up some vitamin D supplements

During autumn, the heat of the sun wanes and the chill sets in. You will not have much opportunity to soak up any sunshine, which means, your body’s Vitamin D intake will go down. The best way to assure that this does not affect your health is by taking some Vitamin D supplements.

  • Layer yourself properly

You might feel a pleasant warmth during the day but when evening falls, it’s bound to get chilly. Make sure to wear layers and scarves so that you do not catch a cold. Throw a coat over your regular clothes and wrap a scarf around your throat. If you are going out at night, then wear earmuffs or a knitted hat.

  • Keep your skin hydrated

As the temperature drops, the weather will become rather dry. This will definitely affect your skin. Remember to moisturize well and keep your skin hydrated at all times. Use a moisturizer that is specially formulated for winter months so that you can keep your skin protected.

  • Get creative

Autumn is a season for relaxing and unwinding. Changes in your surroundings slow down and you should too. The leaves slowly change colour before the trees turn bare and the change in the weather is tangible. Take some time off for yourself, and enjoy these changes. Create mood boards and start a bullet journal for the season. This is the perfect time to explore your creative side.

  • Indulge in seasonal produce

This is one of the ultimate ways of maintaining wellness. Have soups and sautéed seasonal vegetables, especially roots and dark green vegetables and don’t forget pumpkins! These along with spices like freshly ground turmeric and ginger are extremely nourishing.

  • Boost your immunity

You are more prone to fall sick during autumn when the weather changes. Boost your immunity by taking supplements and herbal remedies (like reishi mushrooms or passion flower) and drink lots of water.

  • Take proper rest

The days slowly begin to get shorter during autumn and this means that you need to adjust accordingly. It is very important to stay active but it is also necessary to get adequate rest. Make sure to get a lot of fresh air, and regulate your sleeping patterns according to the changing natural environment.

The Wrap Up

This is all that you need to do to take care of your health in autumn. Stay healthy!

Easy Ways to Stay Fit While in College

It is that time of the year again! New college, freshmen and tearful parents.

Starting your college translates to a new life, busy schedules, compromised fitness and lot of fun! But fret not! You can still manage to stay fit in your college with some smart tricks.

  • Keep your mini-fridge stocked up with all healthy stuff

If you have a mini-fridge in your dorm room, or if you happen to share one on your floor, it is highly recommended to keep it stocked with healthy staples like low-fat cheese, carrots, and peanut butter and so on.

  • Use opaque curtains to cover your dorm room windows

This might sound minimal to you, but light in your room can interfere with your ability to sleep. What’s more, lack of proper sleep is found to be associated with weight gain, and can also lead to hormonal imbalance while also inducing stress.

  • Ditch your laptop and phone at night

You might not have expected this coming, but the light from your digital gadgets, laptops, and mobiles, can keep you awake. Thus, it is highly recommended to avoid using screens one hour before bedtime.

If you need to wrap up your school work before sleeping, make sure that you work only with paper notes and books. Nevertheless, if you are addicted to scrolling Facebook before sleeping, make sure that you have switched your phone to night mode which will automatically adjust its light settings, and provide you with a nice brown tinted light which is also said to induce sleep.

  • Plan your workout routine around the class schedule

If you prefer working out in the morning, make sure that you play around and opt for classes that start a bit late. This way, you will be able to hit the gym before you get involved in the body college life.

Similarly, if you prefer late evening workouts, make sure that you drop by the gym on your way home.

  • Prefer walking over shuttle service

You might have a shuttle service between your farthest class and dorm room, or between your home and campus, but it is highly recommended to give it a pass, and instead choose to walk.

This way, you will be able to stay fit even without exercising. To be on a safer side, we will highly recommend you to ensure to walk a path which is well-lit, and if possible, ask your buddy to walk with you.

  • Do cardio while cramming

You might be busy, and at times, hitting gym is not possible, because you have to study. But how about cramming your notes while you are busy doing cardio? This is how multitasking could help you in staying fit, while also improving your memory.

  • Make sure that you stop by the salad bar first at the buffer

Start with the healthiest foods first, this way, you won’t have space left for unhealthy stuff. This is one trick which works wonders and would prevent you from trashing yourself with unhealthy food. Essentially, choose to go for vegetables and fruits, whole grains, and so on.

7 Shocking Sleep Deprivation Effects You Won’t Believe

You know you should get 7 – 8 hours of sleep a day but you want to party the night away, rush a project or watch the CSI re-runs.

We get it, we have all been through there.

Late nights here and there won’t have a lasting effect on you. However, if sleeping 5 hours days become a daily routine, then it can seriously hurt your health.

Sleep deprivation have been tied to several chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and depression. Yet, most people won’t know they are deprive of sleep until they have fallen ill.

In this article, there are several subtle signs that your body need more time on bed.

You Are Always Hungry

Are you always hungry even after a meal? This could be due to sleep deprivation. A 2010 research suggest that lack of sleep is link to higher levels of the hormone ghrelin, which is the chemical that triggers hunger. They also found that the hunger hormone don’t just increase snacking but also the demand for high-carb, high calories food. This might explain why getting little sleep might contribute to obesity.

You Are Always Crying

Have you ever found yourself tearing over an embarrassing scene on television? While most women may blame PMS, A 2007 study have shown that lack of sleep could send your emotions into overdrive. The study found that sleep deprived brains were 60% more reactive to negative or disturbing images.

You Are Always Forgetting

When you forget something, you might be tempted to pointing fingers to your age or the overwhelming stress of work. But it could be the lack of sleep that is really the culprit. Too few hours of sleep have been linked to a whole host of cognitive problems such as difficulty in focus, confusion, low alertness and trouble in learning.

So the next time you forgot your sleep, consider how much of sleep are you getting last night.

You Are Always Cold

If you are always having sniffle, you might want to assess your sleep schedule. According to a 2009 study, LA Times have found that people who slept less than 7 hours each year are 3 times at risk of catching cold than those who sleep more than 7 hours a day.

You Have Lost Interest In Sex

If you and your partner can’t get into the mood, you might want to spend extra time in between your sheets…sleeping. WebMD report that without getting enough sleep, sex drive decrease and can also elevate levels of cortisol, the stress hormone inside our body.

You Will Damage Your Skin Permanently

With sleep deprivation, huge amount of cortisol, the stress hormone will be release. Apart from losing your sex drive, it will also damage your skin by breaking down the collagen. If you are unaware, the collagen is the protein that keep your skin smooth and elastic.

You Will Die Earlier

By now, this should not come as a surprise. Those who sleep less than 6 hours a day are 4 times more likely to die of any cause within the next decade than those that do.

Sleep plays an important role in revitalizing and repairing your body and if you lack of sleep, even for one day, you might experience elevated blood pressure all through the next day.

What Can Binge Eating Do To Your Body?

Today with the advent of increasing restaurants and food joints, our eating habits have turned into the Hogging Trend. Binge eating is a disorder in the eating habit wherein a person feels extremely compelled to overeat on a daily basis. There are people who Binge eat every day, consuming food in large quantities in a very short period. And this is true even when they are not really hungry! The people who Binge eat cannot control their eating. And it is one of the serious problems as it can pave the way for various other diseases if continued.

Binge eating can do a lot of mess to your body. The after effects of Binge eating are worth knowing! Knowing them might also help to overcome the compulsion of eating excessively. Here, we go!

Harmful effects of binge eating

  1. Once the binge eating is cultivated as a habit, it is very hard to overcome it and this will make the blood sugar levels increase resulting in food cravings. So, though you are not really very hungry you would consume excessively.
  2. Even when you are not hungry, false messages are sent to your brain due to an immediate rise in sugar levels.
  3. If a person binges excessively, it can also impact the mental health. Fear of being embarrassed or laughed upon can bring your self-confidence down.
  4. Low self-esteem and unhappiness follow people who binge eat and feel ashamed to do so. They binge eat in private.
  5. Binge eating causes unhealthy weight gain which will eventually convert to obesity. The unnecessary fat might also lead to disturbance in the blood circulation.
  6. You may go into depression and face various anxiety problems. People who binge eat get really anxious about smallest of the things and thus they end up overreacting!
  7. Binge eating might lead to Diabetes as the sugar levels in the bloodstream is increased dramatically.
  8. There are instances where people who binge eat have developed osteoarthritis which is a disorder causing swelling and pain in joints.
  9. Studies also reveal that excessive binge eating causes bowel cancer and breast cancer.
  10. High blood pressure would be developed increasing the risk of heart diseases like stroke or coronary cardio disease.
  11. Binge eating might gradually turn into another eating disorder called bulimia wherein the person after binge eating attempts to puke all the food by vomiting or by consuming laxatives.
  1. The perfect body which was obtained by rigorous gym training is found to be spoilt in just a few days. Irregular and improper body shape may be developed because of excessive unhealthy fat.

In Nutshell

And the list goes on! Thus, if you feel you might be binge eating, please seek help immediately. Ignoring the problem would only worsen it. Who would want to develop deadly diseases like cancer just because they over eat? So, before binge eating, think of all the impacts of and don’t forget to consult your doctor.

Why Are Some Women Always Sick Explained!

Linda: Hey! How is your headache?

Rachel: Oww its still there! Feel like someone is hammering my head.

A week later…..

Linda: Hi Rachel. How have you been?

Rachel: Not good. I am having a severe stomach ache. (wincing)

Two days later…….

Rachel: Hey Linda! Do you have any pill for nausea? I am feeling nauseous and bloated today, since the morning.

God knows why are some women always sick!

Does their body’s immune system grow weaker day by day? Or is this some kind of a psychological syndrome where the woman always feels sick but there is actually no sickness dwelling in her?

Girl, Why Are You Always Sick?

If you really get sick all the time, then let’s find out why and how.

  • Maybe you end up consuming wrong foods every time

There is a saying—‘You are what you eat’. Maybe you are not eating what you should. You fall sick due to the consumption of wrong foods like something too spicy, or too sweet or too sour.

You might not know about some undiagnosed allergies and you might have been continuing to take the food that you are allergic to, without its knowledge. That is why you end up falling sick frequently. Women these days choose to stay svelte and skip meals in order to regulate their calorie intake. Skipping breakfast has almost become a usual habit for the women of the 21st century, irrespective of the fact that whether they are employed or homemakers. Skipping your breakfast or any other meals is too unhealthy and this might cause you to feel sick all round the clock.

To be precise, the deficiency of nutrition and the invasion of wrong elements or allergic compounds in a woman’s body may cause frequent sickness and major fatal diseases.

  • Maybe you do not sleep enough

Always falling sick? Do something. Sleep on it! Nothing can be more replenishing and beneficial than a good night’s sleep of seven to eight hours.

Have you ever guessed that your frequent sickness and fatigue might be caused due to the lack of sleep and rest? Modern women are so caught up in their busy schedules that they are never ‘unplugged’ from their electronic gadgets, work files, etc. You sacrifice your night’s sleep for some unfinished project or work file, movies, etc. Maybe this is why you always feel sick and exhausted.

Other conditions that push you towards sickness

There are various other possibilities of women always sick. You can get sick if you are always exposed to unhygienic environments or if you are suffering from immune system disorders, non-allergic rhinitis, and stress.

Wrapping Up

We all have that one friend, colleague, sibling or family member who is always sick. One day it is fever, the other day it’s a stomach ache, the following days it is a back pain, and the list goes on.

Often, it makes us wonder that why are women always sick or it is just a maneuver to grab attention or seek sympathy.

Though there are chances of both the possibilities, remember to be compassionate.

What Does Fat Do?

What’s fat good for?
How do we get it to go where we want it to?
Where does it wander when it’s lost?

This, is Fat Month.

If cells were personified, each fat cell would be an overbearing grandparent who hoards. They’re constantly trying to make you eat another serving of potatoes, and have cabinets stacked with vitamins they never take.

Like that grandparent, your fat cells are always trying to store stuff.
Fats? Of course.
Vitamins? Heck yeah.
Hormones? You bet.
Random pollutants and toxins? Sure.
Adipose tissue will soak all that up like an oily little sponge and keep it safe until you need it again.

That’s the whole point of body fat—to store energy for you.
When you lose weight, your fat cells start shrinking, releasing lipids and other fats into your bloodstream. These get broken down, and eventually the smaller molecules exit via your urine or breath.

But adipose cells release all the other molecules they’ve hoarded, too.
That includes key hormones like estrogen, along with fat-soluble vitamins and any organic pollutants that found their way into your bloodstream as you gained weight.

Adipose tissue’s tendency to store things is an unfortunate side-effect, because often we need those things to be circulating, not sitting around.

Take hormones, for instance.
Female body fat actually produces some of its own estrogen in addition to storing it, and the more adipose tissue a person has, the more estrogen they’re exposed to.
This is why being overweight puts you at an increased risk of getting breast cancer. Many types of breast cancer are caused by malfunctions in estrogen receptors, which are more likely to go haywire when more estrogen is around to stimulate them.

Vitamins pose the opposite problem.
Adipose sucks up available fat-soluble vitamins (those stashed in adipose tissue instead of being excreted in your outgoing urine)—A, D, E, and K—and often doesn’t leave enough for the rest of your body.
Studies suggest that obese people tend to suffer from vitamin D deficiencies because it’s all lurking in their adipose tissue.
These vitamins can come back out as you lose weight, and as you decrease your body fat, you also allow more of your new vitamin D to stay in your bloodstream.
Water-soluble compounds can just be peed out if you take too much of them, but because the vitamins stored in your adipose tissue can continue to build up, you can eventually overdose on them.

It’s rare, but it does happen.

Fat is also a (temporarily) safe space to store pollutants and other organic chemicals that might otherwise pose a threat.
Organochlorine pesticides build up in fat, as do the polychlorinated biphenyls in coolant fluids and other chemicals from the “dirty dozen” of environmental contaminants.
These banned chemicals can get into your food supply in small quantities and are stored in your fat, possibly because your body wants to sequester them away from your organs. Bodies don’t seem to store enough of these to become toxic, but the constant build-up leaves you vulnerable to exposure.
And they do start to re-emerge when you lose weight.

Since you’re not eliminating all of your body fat at once, this doesn’t seem to pose a problem for most people.
You’re dumping toxins into your bloodstream, but you’re also eliminating them through your pee.
There’s some evidence that certain pollutants—so-called “persistent organic pollutants”—can stick around in your body fat for years, but so far it seems that natural toxin-elimination methods (also known as peeing) work well enough to get rid of them.

Safe or not, it’s best not to give your body a spot to stash all the hormones and vitamins it can hoard.
Our bodies aren’t designed to hold onto excess body fat and stay healthy—that’s why obesity is a risk factor for so many diseases.
Getting rid of fat storage is just another reason to try and cut down on your own adiposity this year.

Letting someone shame you into thinking you don’t look the way you should is not a wise reason to lose weight, but doing it to be healthier usually is.

Just think: every time you lose a pound of fat, you’ve also literally detoxed yourself without ever having to do one of those terrible juice cleanses (which, by the way, do not work).

You’ve used the power of your own body’s filtration systems to get rid of them—and it will thank you for it.

How to Stop Sabotaging Your Fitness Goals

Ugh.. you’re tired of being out of shape.

You stumble across that new popular fitness plan, and decided to commit.
This time it’s no sugar, low carbs, and an hour of exercise a day.

Everything goes great on day one. You have the veggie platter for lunch, chicken and veggies for dinner, and you nail your workout. You’re pumped.

A few days later, you begin craving sweets. You tell yourself, “just once won’t hurt.” Next, you crave something greasy. You skip your next workout, order fast food, and binge eat in front of the TV.
Soon, you begin feeling guilty.
You wonder how you’ll stick to your plan, and just like that, you’re back into your old habits.

Sound familiar?

This is one of the four most common ways that people sabotage their fitness goals. Learn to tackle this challenge, as well as three others, to set yourself up for success.

1. Expecting perfection

That one sweet? Not so bad.
The fast food binge? Not great, but manageable.
Letting a few setbacks ruin your fitness plans? Definitely bad.

Don’t expect perfection in following your new diet or workout plan.

Instead, we suggest that you look for progress and allow yourself one cheat meal a week while you learn to create new habits.

2. Expecting too much too soon

Everywhere you turn, fitness ads claim instant success. Results now. One-week weight loss.

In reality, these promises are too good to be true.
If you are unhappy with your current fitness, it likely results from years of bad habits. How can you expect to turn it around quickly?

Start your fitness journey with the right expectations.
There is no instant gratification.
Fitness is a process that takes time, goal setting, and commitment.

3. Focusing on that single big goal

Goals are a tricky thing.
Setting fitness goals is great, but focusing on a single big goal can be paralyzing.

To avoid being paralyzed by your goal, break it down into smaller goals.

Create attainable goals for each day, week, and month.
Then focus on one goal at a time, and create a plan for attaining the goal.
What will your actions be? How often will you take these actions? How will you measure your goal?
When you accomplish a single smaller goal, then set your sights on the next one.

For example, if my overall goal is to lose 30 pounds, my first goal might be to lose one pound a week.
This is a trackable, attainable goal.
To achieve that I plan on working out 3 days a week. After sticking with this plan for two months I might increase my commitment by following the nutrition plan and adding a 4th workout each week.

4. Fixating on what you can’t have

When you begin a new diet, it is easy to focus on the things you can’t have: cookies, chocolate, fast food, and sugar.
The problem is this often makes you want them even more. To counteract this, quit focusing on what you can’t have, and start focusing on what you can have.

At first, you might fell limited by all of your dietary restrictions. However, while searching for tasty, healthy foods, you will soon realize that the list is actually endless. Options include chia seeds, flax seeds, quinoa, amaranth, millet, and more.
There are so many possibilities!

Healthy eating can taste great, and isn’t as hard as it seems.
Just experiment with healthy recipes to find the foods and spices that work for you.
Combine healthy grains, spices, meats, fruits, and veggies for tasty meals that don’t take hours to make and give you great nutritious meals.

How to achieve your fitness goals

OK, enough about sabotaging yourself.

Just like that last point, we don’t want to focus on what not to do. We want to focus on what you should be doing. To wrap things up, here are four ways to think about your fitness goals that improve your chances of success:

  • Work on making progress. There is no perfection; only progress (and the occasional setback!).
  • Have patience. Change takes time. Fitness is a lifestyle, which takes a lifetime to achieve and maintain.
  • Take small steps. Set small achievable goals and tackle them one at a time
  • Focus on the cans. Spend your time and effort on what you can have, and what you can do.

Lastly, enjoy the ride and look at this as a new adventure!

Best Under Eye Wrinkle Treatment Tips You Need To Know About!

Do you hate those under eye wrinkles? We all do.

Eye wrinkles appear due to the presence of thin skin around the eye area. You could make use of some natural treatments at home to get rid of these wrinkles. Here are some ideas.

 

  • Sunscreen

A large amount of sun exposure can have an adverse effect on your skin.  When it is too sunny, your face squints naturally, and due to prolonged exposure to the sun, this becomes permanent in the form of wrinkles.

Thus, one way to prevent wrinkles due to the sun is by using a sunscreen cream. It protects your skin from cancer and aging. In fact, you should start using sunscreen as early as possible to prevent future wrinkles.

 

  • Proper skin care

With age, your skin becomes dry and tight. It loses its elasticity and when this happens, over time, you get wrinkles on your skin. In order to prevent that, you should take proper care of your skin right from the onset.

Moisturizers might not be able to prevent wrinkles directly, but they work well to moisturize and hydrate the skin. In turn, the skin stays less dry than usual. It also prevents the skin from tearing and bruising.

 

  • Face yoga

Believe us, face yoga can help you in controlling wrinkles to a large extent. Face yoga is a combination of exercises and relaxation treatment that can help prevent the skin from getting wrinkled too early.

You could try out some simple face yoga exercises and spend 20 minutes to 30 minutes every day to get naturally beautiful skin! Not only does this prevent the appearance of wrinkles under the eyes, but your forehead and cheeks remain fit as well.

 

  • Skin nutrition

While moisturizers and sunscreen lotions will help in the long run, there are a lot of things you can eat to keep your skin in shape. The idea is to infuse as many antioxidants in the body as possible.

This could be achieved by adding a lot of fruits and vegetables to your diet. Antioxidants, in combination with Vitamin A, C and E can keep the skin healthy and prevent the appearance of wrinkles. Controlling your diet from an early age can keep the skin nourished.

 

  • Eye massage

There are very few things that can have the same benefits as a good eye massage. The whole point of the massage is to enhance your blood circulation. What this does is basically delivers nutrients and oxygen to the areas around the eyes such that the skin stays fresh and healthy. It is best to apply some light cream and pressure for massaging the eye.

 

  • Face mask

Using a face mask every now and then can also help you treat eye wrinkles. You could choose a suitable combination like a potato-honey mask or brown sugar-milk mask and then apply it on the skin and keep it for 30 minutes before washing it off. 

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