Top Secrets to Defy Your Age
Posted on July 15 2019
"Old age has caught up with her prematurely"
You don't want this statement to be part of your description, do you?
Don't get me wrong, aging is a natural process that shouldn't be shunned, you were born knowing nothing and as your age increased so was your wisdom. It is therefore no shame to be old.
However, the reality of old age catching up with you prematurely is absurd and can a times be devastating.
Looking in the mirrors and watching how wrinkles have infested your once flawless face can shrink your self-esteem.
Do you want to tread that path?
You don't have to.
Here are 3 natural ways to keep old age at bay
1. Exercise routinely
The benefits of exercise as an age defying routine can never be overstated. Exercise strengthens your heart, lungs and improves your stamina. It also revs up metabolism and removes toxins out of the body.
Did you know exercise can also improve your poise and give you a youthful skin even in old age?
Well, now you know!
2. Drink lots of water
"Water is life".
The secret of youthful vigor and beauty is hydration. When you drink a lot of water, your body flushes toxins out of your body easily.
It also speeds up digestion and gives healthy skin and nourished nails and hair. When you are hydrated, wrinkles and smile lines become less refined.
Water is life, get it in plenty!
3. Moisturize and exfoliate
Any skin care expert will tell you that moisturizers and exfoliators are always on top of every beauty seekers needs.
You expose yourself to environmental contaminants and this will cause dead cells to pile on your skin, blocking pores.
Use exfoliators to remove them. After that, use moisturizers to prevent water loss, attract moisture to cells and make your skin smooth and wrinkles free.
Do you still fear old age? You ought not to, with these tips, you can gracefully accumulate years while your gait and appearance retain the youthful appeal you once had. Also, go for regular health checkups, true beauty is a testament to a perfect health.
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