Have you ever looked in the mirror and thought you were getting old? No matter your age, good skincare will help you look younger by eliminating toxins and dirt that cause fine lines and wrinkles. Fortunately, there are several easy ways to upgrade your skincare routine, from making time for a regular spa day to adding a moisturizer after you wash.
Tips for Easy Skincare
1. Change Your Lifestyle
Your daily habits can have a dramatic effect on your skin's appearance. Smoking is notorious for aging your face. If you smoke, consider quitting to avoid wrinkles. You should also stay hydrated, get plenty of sleep, and use sunscreen when you’re outdoors.
2. Wash Twice Daily
Don't just splash water on your face and don't use harsh soaps that will damage your skin. Choose a gentle cleanser formulated specifically for your face, and use it regularly to remove dead skin, pollutants, and excess oils.
Moisturizer isn't just for the ladies. The right products will balance your skin and minimize wrinkles. Try several brands to see which ones create the best results for your unique skin type.
4. Use Retinol
The reason your skin wrinkles more easily as you age is that your cells produce less collagen, the substance which keeps skin elastic. Retinol boosts collagen production, so look for products that list it as an active ingredient. Use retinol in the evening and not in the morning though, as it can make your skin more likely to burn.
5. Spa Treatments
A quality men's facial will rejuvenate your skin and leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed. Ask your local men's spa about microdermabrasion, massages, and laser treatments for wrinkles.
With a few changes to your routine and a trip to the nearest spa, you can smooth away wrinkles, tighten your skin, and take years off your appearance. Start today and enjoy your youthful new looks!
New Paradise Men's Spa in New York, NY, offers luxurious treatments to improve your skin and your mood. Call today to schedule massages, facial treatments, and hair removal. You can reach them at (646) 559-1621 or get in touch online.