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  • Reduce Wrinkles

    Wrinkles are a natural, if not pesky, part of aging. Caused by sun exposure, face muscle contractions, and smoking, you don't have to suffer in silence. See what anti-aging products work, how to prevent more skin damage from occurring, and what you can do to get smoother skin.

    Ways to Reduce Wrinkles:
    - Don't Over-Wash Your Face
    - Don't Squint -- Get Reading Glasses!
    - Sleep On Your Back
    - Eat More Fish Like Salmon
    - Take supplement daily like Fish Oil

    Cause Fish Oil is anti-inflammatory effects reduce redness and puffiness of acne lesions. Improves skin texture by increasing hydration within the skin cell.
    Balances mood, reducing stress, thus lowering sebum production.

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    Your routine and habits can also bring you wrinkles before your age brings it to you. Get to know about habits and routine you need to give up today if you want to keep wrinkles at a distance. Here are those habits:
    Wrinkle-Free Skin: Your habits can bring you wrinkles before your age brings it to you. Get to know about habits & routine you need to give up today if you want to keep wrinkles at a distance.


    • #3
      We recommend natural ArganRain Argan Oil for your wrinkles,you can use it for wrinkle treatment. With aging, our skin tends to lose its natural elastic properties and visible signs of wrinkles appear on skin surface.
      You should change your eating habits and you should be fed healthier. So if You change your habits I mentioned below, you can get rid of skin problems quickly.
      1. Stop Smoking
      Other than sitting in a tanning booth, smoking is the worst thing you can possibly do to your skin. It makes you look years older, makes your skin dry and sallow looking, gives you age spots, and adds a ton of wrinkles to your face, especially around your eyes and lips. Smoking deprives your skin of oxygen and nutrients, which causes a great deal of damage. Furthermore, there are more than 4,000 chemicals in tobacco smoke, and none of them do your skin any favors.
      If you want to see the difference between what one smoker looks like compared to a non-smoker, WebMD has a great feature that shows the difference between two identical twins. One has smoked for 14 years, while the other never has. The difference is eye-opening.
      2. Drink Water
      Moisture is essential for maintaining healthy skin, and it also helps rid your body of toxins. When your skin is properly hydrated it looks healthy and radiant. However, drinking water doesnít have an immediate effect on your skin. Proper hydration is important for long-term health, but it offers few short-term gains (to your skin, at least).
      Drinking eight glasses of water a day helps your body and skin over time. Just donít count on it to be a quick fix.
      3. Consume Omega-3 Fatty Acids
      Omega-3 fatty acids nourish dry skin, and they also do a lot of other great things for your body (such as reversing heart disease, reducing depression, and improving brain cognition). You can take omega-3 supplements, such as fish oil, or you can add more omega-3s to your diet by eating foods rich in this particular fat. If you currently have dry skin, it could be a sign that youíre not getting enough omega-3 in your diet.
      Flaxseed is an excellent source of omega-3, and this is how I work this fat into my daily diet. I eat a homemade muesli blend for breakfast each day, and I add flaxseed powder to the mix to boost the omega-3. You can also boost your omega-3 intake by eating more cold water fish (like tuna and salmon), soybeans, pumpkin seeds, and walnuts.