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Over 40? Here’s What Dermatologists Recommend For Younger Looking Skin 1024 773 Facercise

Over 40? Here’s What Dermatologists Recommend For Younger Looking Skin

facial exercisesOnce we hit a certain age, there are some staple products to use and regimens to follow to maintain a beautiful appearance. Below is a list that some of the top dermatologists in the world recommend starting at age 40. We say it’s never too early to start fighting the signs of aging, so start them now, whatever your age!

Always Wear Sunscreen

Most dermatologists claim that if they were stuck on a desert island and could only have one product, it would be sunscreen! Since sun damage is the culprit behind everything from hyperpigmentation and melasma to wrinkles and freckles, sunscreen is essential, rain or shine. Apply one with an SPF of 30 or more, like our Protective Sunblock, and re-apply throughout the day.

Treat Your Neck and Decollete

One of the most neglected areas for women of all ages is the neck and decollete. This region can be a dead giveaway for lack of care. Give these areas the same attention you give your face, including moisturizer and sunscreen.

Incorporate Antioxidants

Dermatologists claim that antioxidants are a must-have once you hit 40. Incorporate them into your diet and product regimen to enjoy their wide-ranging benefits. The antioxidants found in both food and certain products help combat free radical damage, promote collagen production and reduce the signs of photoaging.

Use Retinol

Research shows that products that contain retinoids, like our Retinol Skin Conditioner, provide next level exfoliation while restoring volume and elasticity.

Exercise Both Face and Body

Exercise has been proven to slow down the signs of aging and boost overall health. It improves circulation, prompting delivery of oxygen-rich blood to skin cells. Exercise also releases endorphins, which promotes a better mood and reduces stress.

Facercise

Just like exercises boosts circulation, so does Facercise. Daily facial exercises boost collagen to maintain elasticity, stimulate the lymphatic system, define facial contours and boost cellular regeneration.

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Your Valentine’s Day Glow Guide

facial exercisesWhether you’ve planned a romantic evening out or a relaxing night of self-care, Valentine’s day is the perfect time to show your skin some love. Just because winter is still in full effect, you don’t have to accept dry, dull skin. Follow the tips below to get a dewy, youthful looking glow just in time for Valentine’s day.

Squeeze in a Workout

A great way to promote a healthy glow is with exercise! Hit the gym or your favorite exercise class, go for a run or do a workout DVD in the comfort of your home. It’s the perfect act of self-love that also revs your metabolism and bolsters your mood.

Do Your Facial Exercises

Stimulate circulation in your face by doing Facercise twice a day until the big day—and every day thereafter, of course. It’s an excellent practice to do right before any big date or special event. Your skin will look refreshed and happy after a round of facial exercises.

Pamper Your Skin With Face Lift to Go

If you don’t have time to get into the spa, give yourself a facial with Face Lift to Go. This enzymatic mask is unparalleled when it comes to achieving a beautiful glow. During winter, dead skin cells can build up and clog pores. Face Lift to Go provides next level exfoliation to reveal your inner luminosity and refined texture. If you’re home enjoying a solo evening, apply some deep conditioner to your hair and relax in an aromatherapy bath while you do Face Lift to Go. After 45 minutes, you will emerge with tighter, firmer and more radiant skin. Use weekly to achieve a greater glow for the long haul.

Brighten the Day With Vitamin C

Apply High Density C Serum to minimize uneven tone and brighten up your skin. This powerful serum is loaded with vitamin C, which boosts circulation to impart a rosy glow and detoxify the skin.

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Fight Aging With Exercise

facial exercisesFacial exercises are a critical tool for fighting the signs of aging—but don’t stop at the face. Research performed at McMaster University in Canada shows that regular physical exercise yields an array of benefits that help us look and feel younger. It bolsters our health, fights off disease and helps firm and smooth skin.

While the studies began with mice, researchers moved on to human participants who experienced younger looking skin. One of the most important variables was that the subjects exercises regularly, proving that consistency is key to attaining noticeable results. This is also true for facial exercises—daily practice is what we recommend to our clients.

Aim to work out a minimum of 30 minutes per day. If you haven’t exercised in a while, start with three days a week and build up to four or five. For optimum results, exercise five to six days a week. You can start out slowly, but always strive to boost the intensity duration of your workouts. While consistency is key, it’s also important to keep challenging your muscles and endurance levels.

Incorporate a mix of cardiovascular, resistance and flexibility training into your routine. Choose exercise forms that you enjoy so that you can stay motivated for the long haul. Below are a few great forms to try.

Walking

Walking is one of the easiest, most enjoyable activities you can do. It’s gentle yet very effective—studies show that it improves heart health, boosts metabolism and promotes healthy digestion.

Strength Training

Strength training builds lean muscle mass, which is essential for good posture. It also improves skin tone and elasticity, which helps combat sagging.

Tai Chi

This beautiful Chinese martial arts blends meditation, deep breathing and gentle movement. It’s an excellent low-impact activity that is safe for all ages and reduces stress. Studies show that Tai Chi also lowers blood pressure, boosts the immune system and improves energy levels.

Dance

Dynamic workouts like dance burns lots of calories while the fun factor keeps you entertained. Whether you have a dance party at home or take a Zumba or ballet class, you’ll reap serious benefits.

Pilates

Pilates is a rehabilitative and strengthening movement that all ages can benefit from. It develops long, lean muscles while boosting flexibility and improving balance. Pilates also allows you to tap into the mind-body connection and decrease stress.

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