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In terms of your age, age is really just a number. A study published in December 2013 in Population and Development Review found that there are many more factors that should be considered when defining age than just how long you have lived. But what if you already have thick, aging-looking skin or wrinkles from years of sun exposure? How do you cure this so your face gets back to being soft and young-looking?
Beginning with one skin-care product at a time is suggested by the dermatologists of the American Academy of Dermatology. Test it on your forearm a couple of days before using it on your face. If any product stings or burns, immediately stop using it. Follow the product’s directions and make careful not to abuse it. Give a product time to work; if used as instructed and consistently, it may produce skin that appears younger. Numerous substances make the claim to make you look younger. But buyer beware. Choose products only if they feature ingredients that have been shown to soften and renew your face. For instance, retinol, a molecule from the vitamin A family, was the first antioxidant that was frequently used in over-the-counter wrinkle treatments. Strong antioxidant vitamin C protects skin from UV deterioration. Green tea is used in skin care products because of its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

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