So here we are – part 2 on how to look younger with my 10 natural anti-ageing tips. I hope you enjoyed part 1. If you missed it no problem, click here to catch up.
Today we’re looking at your skin care regime, natural oils, vitamin c, and hyaluronic. But first up is sun exposure which is very timely considering the beautiful sunny weather we’ve been having.
Also don’t forget the B-Fit 21 Day Detox/Weight Loss Plan. It totally spring cleans the body and gets rid of toxins. It has many benefits, but one of the biggies is glowing skin!
- Sun Exposure
We all love the sun and having a healthy tan. It’s ok in moderation, but the truth is that excessive sun exposure is responsible for a lot of skin aging. Make sure you always use a sunscreen even on a cloudy day.
And remember to keep hydrated with plenty of water and Liquid Chlorophyll for an extra boost. Just add a teaspoon to a glass of water or your water bottle.
- Skin Care Regime
Your skin is your largest organ. Keep it bright and unobstructed with a daily skin care regime.
A very important factor to preserve your skin’s collagen is to keep your skin’s natural oils balanced and protected without stripping them out. Many chemicals and alcohol-based skin products do this so avoid them. Whereas natural and organic ingredients will respect your skin’s PH balance and will work in synergy.
Proper cleansing and exfoliating gets rid of dead skin cells to reveal a more radiant and healthy looking complexion. By cleansing your skin from all those impurities, you can boost your skin’s collagen, and improve the appearance of fine lines.
- Natural Oils
Another way to protect collagen is through the use of natural, organic oils. Natural oils are full of essential fatty acids, vitamins, and nutrients that are needed for your skin to be healthy, moisturized, elastic and protected.
Some of my personal favourites are coconut, rose, vitamin e, and argan oil. They all boost collagen, moisturize, and help reduce fine lines and scars. You can use these natural oils not just as a moisturiser but as a cleanser too.
Also, check out Super Omega 3 EPA a great oil supplement to boost your skin.
- Vitamin C
Research has shown that Vitamin C is a key nutrient needed to boost the production of collagen. It also improves the skin’s texture, makes it brighter, smoother and firmer.
I would encourage you to make sure nutritionally you’re getting your daily fix of Vitamin C from food as well as applying it topically. The combo is ideal.
A brillant supplement to support you is Zambroza, which is rich in vitamin c and will revitalise the skin.
I am a huge fan of using a good quality concentrated hyaluronic for anti-aging.
Hyaluronic is a natural compound produced by your body that aids in keeping your skin moisturized. As you age, the body’s production of hyaluronic decreases. Your skin becomes drier and fine lines, and wrinkles start popping up. So it makes sense that replacing some of this hyaluronic will slow the aging process down.
Hyaluronic holds in moisture by forming a barrier on the surface of your skin that helps it hold in some of its natural moisture and protects it from the drying effects that environmental factors can cause.
Hyaluronic also stimulates collagen production which as we know is essential for skin elasticity. The other great thing about hyaluronic is that it binds with water and so will plump the skin leaving your complexion more youthful.
Now it’s your turn.
Have you discovered any nutrition or lifestyle game changers for anti-ageing? Please email me and share your thoughts!
Here’s to radiating and glowing 🙂
Love Gaynor x