Research shows that making small, incremental changes like wearing sunscreen and doing facial exercises is the best way to transform your lifestyle and achieve your goals. If anti-aging is a priority, read on for inspirational changes you can make that will takes years off your looks when practiced consistently. Start with one a week and by the end of the first month, you’ll be on your way to a beautiful transformation.
1. Drink Green Tea Every Day
Studies show that the antioxidants in green tea help combat free radical damage, while its thermogenic properties promotes fat oxidation and revs your metabolism.
2. Dry Brush
Boost circulation and make your skin glow by dry brushing every day before you hop into the shower. Try one of my amazing Sisal Louffas from Germany—they’re long lasting and super effective. Start at the tops of your feet and work your way up your entire body, using long, upward strokes in the direction of your heart. It’s the perfect complement to our incredible No Lipo Lipo technique—in fact, there’s a demo on the DVD that shows the proper dry brushing technique as well.
3. Wear Sunscreen Every Day
Make it a point to wear sunscreen every single day, rain or shine. You’ll reduce your risk of skin cancer and help prevent hyperpigmentation and wrinkles. Wear it on your face, neck, decolletage, hands and any other part of your body that is regularly exposed.
4. Do Facial Exercises Daily
Do our antiaging facial exercises twice a day for best results. On the Ultimate Facercise DVD, there is an 8-minute Superset that will save you valuable time.
5. Get Moving
Whether you opt for serious strength-training and cardio workouts, yoga and Pilates classes, or walks around your neighborhood, physical activity is instrumental in anti-aging and overall health. You’ll rev your metabolism, increase your calorie burn and boost heart health. If time is an issue, try some of these workout hacks to maximize even the smallest gaps in your schedule.
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