Tips for People Whose Skin Elasticity is Suffering

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As we age, our skin loses some of its elasticity and might not look as “tight” as it once did in our younger days. That’s why it’s important that we find time to care for our skin to get at least some of that firmness back. A healthy skincare routine can make all the difference in how your skin looks as you age, which is why it’s essential that you come up with a daily routine that gives you tighter, more radiant-looking skin. Check out our tips for healthier, younger-looking skin.

1. Find a Good Oil

Certain oils can help tighten your skin and give it a younger appearance. You can try oils like:

  • Rosemary oil
  • Coconut oil
  • Argan oil
  • Mustard oil
  • Fish oil
  • Pomegranate oil
  • Almond oil
  • Primrose oil
  • Vitamin E oil
  • Avocado oil
  • Neroli oil

You can also use grapeseed oil or lavender oil. Each of these oils has its own set of benefits. Do a little research and experimentation to figure out which one might work best for you.

2. Hydrate Your Skin

If you want firmer skin, you need to keep it hydrated. Dehydrated skin is one of the leading causes of decreased skin elasticity, which makes sense since adult male bodies are made up of about 60 percent water and adult female bodies are made up of about 55 percent water. Your age also factors into how much of your body is made up of water. The older you are, the less water you have, which means it’s essential that you drink water every day as you get older.

3. Try a Toner

A toner can help exfoliate dead skin and clogged pores while also reducing the appearance of pores and helping prepare your skin for other products you might be using on it. Many products may serve dual purposes. For example, Rodan + Fields Redefine Pore Minimizing Toner can be used to increase firmness, and it’s the best toner to reduce the size of pores. It’s also a great solution for wrinkles, lines, and firmness. 

4. Add Some Antioxidants to Your Diet

Incorporating foods high in antioxidants can help you with loss of elasticity and firmness. Consider eating more foods high in vitamin E, vitamin C, lycopene, and carotenoids to help improve your skin’s tightness and improve your overall health. While taking antioxidant supplements can help, it’s better to get your antioxidants straight from the source, just like with other nutrients.

5. Protect Yourself From the Sun

If you haven’t been doing it already, start protecting your skin from the sun. That means wearing protective clothing and getting a decent sunscreen that works for your skin. The level of protection you need will depend on your skin tone. If you have fairer skin, you’ll need more protection, but if you have darker skin, you might not need as much.

6. Start Exercising

Exercising is an easy way to tighten your skin as long as you commit to it. Doing it here and there isn’t going to garner the desired results. That’s why you need to make it a habit. Take a run or jog before work in the morning or start lifting weights (but start small with lighter weights). Don’t overdo it. 

Finding What Works

Because our skin loses elasticity over time, it’s important that we take steps to improve it using the methods that work best for us. While not everything will work for everyone, it’s worth trying something once to see if it can help you —especially if you’ve run out of options. Whether you decide to start exercising more, using a toner, using sunscreen (or finding the right SPF level), adding antioxidants to your diet, finding a good oil, or keeping your skin more hydrated, there’s a solution that can and will help make your skin look firmer and younger.

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James Williams
James is our Lead Content Publisher here at Feeds Portal. He has worked with many top websites over the years, including BuzzFeed.

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