6 Bad Things You’re Doing To Your Skin That Can Accelerate Aging

You may be doing a lot of things to keep your skin fresh and looking young, but are you really sure that all the things you are doing are good? We tend to follow fads that could actually be detrimental to our skin.

Do not wear the following wrong skin care clothing:

1. Use chemical peelers

Chemical peels help remove fine lines and dark age spots, but this treatment isn’t for everyone. If you have very sensitive skin, the product may cause irritation and inflammation. Know your skin type first before using it.

2. Mix and match different types of products

Most skin care companies develop a line of skin care products with ingredients that will complement each other’s benefits. Not everyone likes every product in a skincare line, so they might try mixing and matching. But make sure the ingredients don’t negatively interact with each other, especially if you have sensitive skin.

3. Use citrus juice to get rid of age spots but stay in the sun for a long time

Citrus juice helps remove age spots, but you need to know how to use it correctly. If you have the juice smeared all over your face, do not go out in the sun. The sun will immediately burn your skin.

4. Massaging the skin too much

While it’s important to massage skin care products into your skin, you don’t want to be too aggressive when doing so. This could only damage the fragile collagen fibers in the dermis.

I would suggest using a product that can penetrate deep into the skin even without massaging it too much. Look for the ingredient Nano Lipobelle HEQ10. It has nanoparticles so that the ingredients can penetrate deeper into the seven layers of the skin.

5. Wash your face more than 2 times a day

You don’t have to wash your face more than 2 times a day. Excessive washing can prevent the skin from producing its own oil to keep the dermis moist. Just wash in the morning and before you go to sleep.

If you need to refresh your face in the middle of the day, simply pat it down with a tissue.

6. Using the wrong antioxidants

Antioxidants work well in fighting damaging free radicals. But some antioxidants are harmful to general body functions. Caffeine is an example. It can constrict blood vessels in areas of the body with thin skin, such as around the eyes. This could prevent blood and fluid from being distributed to the area around the eyes, causing eye wrinkles.

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