- Use hot water in moderation, so skip
a long bathtub or hot shower! Prolonged contact to hot water is bad, making your skin drying out.
- Hydrate more with moisturizer.
Put on moisturizer right away after taking a shower or a bath, while the skin
is still damp!
- It’d be better to use a gentle
cleanser than face wash. If you have dry skin, avoid skin products that provoke
the problem – some of the main culprits include products high in fragrance and
- Retinoids and alpha hydroxy acids
are commonly used in anti-wrinkle products. But they can also dry out the skin.
So use these carefully, (if necessary) consider seeing a dermatologist for
- Sometimes your sleep position
matters. Sleeping on your side, for example, may cause sleep wrinkles more likely.
- Dry skin usually gets worse
during cold days of winter. In such case, a humidifier would help.
alert to early signs of dehydration, dark-yellow urine is the most common one.
This simple skin test may also help; pinch up the skin on the back of your hand
and release, if the skin snaps back in less than a couple seconds, you’re
with drinking plenty of water throughout the day, do also these lifestyle measures to help carry the most of your
- Use sunscreen with SPF of at
least 30 when outdoors, recommended by the American Academy of Dermatology.
Remember, exposure to UV radiation is one of the main culprits for wrinkling,
so protect the skin from the sun!
- Cut out alcohol, so does
cigarette smoking. Over time, both alcohol and tobacco smoke would take a
serious toll of your skin firmness.
- Have adequate sleep and rest! A
bad sleep at night would seriously mess with your skin health.
- Control and reduce your stress! Chronic,
uncontrolled stress might factor into extra wrinkles.
- Do exercise regularly and have a
healthy-balanced diet! Exercise is a good way to improve blood flow to the skin
cells. Eating right is required so your skin gets sufficient essential
nutrients to keep healthy.