If there is one certainty in life it’s that ageing is inevitable no matter how much we try and kid ourselves into thinking that we can hold back time. The same thing applies to our skin, hair, energy levels and muscle tone.
The good news is that when it comes to the skin dermatologists attribute 30% of the ageing shown in our faces as being genetic with the rest down to the hazardous environments we expose ourselves to.
One of the biggest factors in facial ageing is sun exposure of course which causes changes deep in the skin which ultimately cause us to age faster if we constantly expose ourselves to strong sunshine.
So if you want to combat ageing it is best to avoid too much exposure to the sun and alongside this keep your skin hydrated. Drink plenty of water and avoid drinking too much alcohol which dehydrates the skin.
You can then get the most out of anti-ageing skin treatments which should be started as early as possible. You should also book in for your facials consistently. Monthly facials with an expert will ensure that any skin damage is repaired and you can start to implement a skincare regime that will leave you skin glowing and make the very best of what you have.