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Fall’s Top Eats for Anti-Aging

The sunny days of summer are behind us, which means that fall’s bounty of anti-aging foods are here! It’s an excellent time for anti-aging efforts since we’re outdoors less and there is so much antioxidant-rich food to choose from. So hit the grocery store, book a skincare treatment and schedule time for your facial exercises!

Here are some of the top anti-aging foods of Fall.

Pumpkin

Pumpkin helps fight wrinkles while giving you a healthy glow. It’s packed with vitamin C, which boosts collagen production and softens the skin. Pumpkin is also one of the best sources of vitamin A, which helps repair sun damage such as wrinkles and hyperpigmentation.

Pumpkin Seeds

These delicious seeds are rich in the essential fatty acids that help skin stay plump and hydrated. They’re also an excellent source of zinc, which promotes skin renewal and stimulates collage production.

Yams

Yams contain diosgenin, a natural steroid derived from plants that yields amazing anti-aging benefits. Their vitamin A and C content combats free radical damage and is anti-inflammatory. Yams are also good for your waistline due to their high fiber content, which fills you up and promotes healthy digestion. Their vitamin A content is so high that you can use them topically to help remove dark circles and reduce crow’s feet.

Beets

This colorful root veggie stimulates the lymphatic system, which flushes and detoxes our system. This helps deliver oxygen to your cells, resulting in brighter, glowing skin.

Pomegranate

This juicy fruit has long been considered a superfood due to its high levels of anti-aging plant compounds that fight wrinkles and sagging. Pomegranates contain potent antioxidant polyphenols that protects skin from sun and oxidative damage. Eating this delicious fruit ultimately improves skin texture, boosts elasticity and reduces inflammation. Their high water content also helps keep skin hydrated.

Brussels Sprouts

These dark green leafy veggies are loaded with vitamin C and other antioxidants that boost collagen production to improve elasticity and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. They’re also a remarkable source of glucosinolates, which helps detoxify our system.

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5 Wrinkle Reduction Tips

No matter what your age is, it’s never too early to do facial exercises and follow an advanced skincare regimen. While aging is inevitable, you can make a difference in your skin’s health and appearance. Those who make anti-aging a part of their lifestyle look and feel years younger. Good habits, products and consistency will help prevent and reduce wrinkles so that you look as young as you feel.

Try these tips to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

1. Avoid the Sun

Much research shows that the biggest culprit behind wrinkles and fine lines is the sun’s UV rays. The sun also causes hyperpigmentation, collagen loss and skin cancer. Avoid the sun as much as possible and do not engage in old school sunbathing. If you want a healthy glow, try a spray tan and increase your beta-carotene consumption.

2. Wear Sunscreen Every Day

Apply sunblock with SPF every single day, regardless of the weather. Wear wide-brimmed hats and sunglasses. If you live in a sunny climate, opt for sun-protective clothing whenever possible.

3. Facial Exercises

Daily Facercise is one of the best ways to keep skin looking youthful. It boosts collagen production and circulation, while smoothing wrinkles and firming skin. The results are natural looking, unlike those of today’s myriad of injectables.

4. Sleep on Your Back

When you sleep on your side or stomach, your skin develops creases where there is pressure. Those eventually become deep lines. Sleeping on your back is your best option and is excellent for spine health as well.

5. Eat an Anti-Aging Diet

Eat lots of healthy fats and antioxidant-rich foods to boost your anti-aging efforts. Fish like salmon and tuna are excellent sources of omega-3 fatty acids, which are the building blocks of healthy, beautiful skin. Nuts like walnuts, pecans, almonds and Brazil nut are also a great source of healthy fats. Colorful produce contains antioxidants that fight free radical damage, boost collagen and brighten skin. Eat lots of citrus, berries and dark leafy greens to get your antioxidant fill.

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3 Summer Skin Must-Haves

facial exercisesSummer is in full swing—so we hope you’ve been wearing sunscreen and doing your facial exercises every day. There are a few weeks left to take that beach vacay, hit those outdoor workouts or simply while away the days by the pool. Yet if the great outdoors is part of your summer plan, then protection is a must. Your skin is at its most vulnerable this time of year due to the sun’s powerful UV rays and other environmental stressors.

It’s never too late to whip your skincare protocol into shape. Proper skin care prevents sun damage and keeps your skin looking youthful and beautiful. Make sure the following essentials are part of your everyday routine.

1. High Density C Serum

Vitamin C serum is a must during summer months. It combats dangerous free radicals, protects skin from sun damage and strengthens your skin. Our High Density C Serum boosts collagen production to help skin maintain its elasticity and firmness while imparting a healthy glow. It even prevents the formation of sun spots and hyperpigmentation and can reverse damage that’s already been done. Clients also use it to heal sunburned skin.

2. Protective Sunblock SPF 30

Sunblock is mandatory every day, rain or shine. The sun’s UVA and UVB rays are their strongest this time of year, which can cause serious damage. Protect your skin from wrinkles, sun spots, hyperpigmentation and sagging by layering vitamin C and Protective Sunblock SPF 30 every day. Apply it at least 20 minutes before stepping outside and cover every area that will be exposed to the sun. At a minimum, hit your face, hands, front and back of the neck, top of your ears and décolleté. Re-apply several times per day.

3. Nourishing E Oil

Vitamin E oil is another excellent antioxidant that helps neutralize free radicals and replenishes moisture to dry skin. Our Nourishing E Oil offers a gentle way to remove makeup, hydrate summer skin and lock in moisture after a bath or shower.

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