If you’re one of the typical middle-aged women wanting to look much younger than you should, then you need to know what to do to your skin and how to do it. Achieving a wrinkle-free status in terms of skin isn’t impossible nor is it super expensive.
Believe it or not, you can take an affordable approach to your skin even if you’re over the age of 35. Some of the tips and techniques may sound simple and ridiculous but trust me, they make a huge difference. Keep reading and you’ll have a few ideas as to what you can do to keep your skin looking younger than 35 years of age.
Look Young On A Budget Taking These Actions
So many women around the world like to use anti-aging creams and lotions in order to reverse the aging process. Middle-aged women will do just about anything to remain wrinkle-free. There was recently a huge conversation that was published on a website called Mumsnet, where they discussed various tips and tricks to keeping your skin looking great and young looking.
Of the many people that provided feedback on Mumsnet, mentioned that simply using warm water and avoiding fancy face products was the way to go. Others claimed that avoiding make-up completely was also the way to go.
People admitted to using a quality SPF and moisturizer in order to keep their skin looking young. Most people that responded to the conversation mentioned that a very simple skin care routine is the key versus a super expensive and complex routine.
To give you a better idea as to what many people are claiming keep their skin looking younger, this is what they do. Don’t worry, I’ll give you the cliff notes version of things. For starters, many people claim that simply using water and avoiding makeup helps keep their skin youthful looking. Some moisturize with Ponds Day Cream but that’s about it.
Others have mentioned that they have very good genetics and that they don’t smoke, they eat well, and that they wear sunscreen that’s completely legit. Non of that fake “half-ass” sunscreen.
One person that was over 35 mentioned that they exercise regularly and they drink a lot of water. If they do wash their face with product, it’s with the use of some simple face wash. Honestly, I’m very surprised that so many women opted to avoid soap use on their face so much.
The biggest common denominator here seems to be using water more than any product, wearing sunscreen, and taking care of your body and skin. It’s really not rocket science and you don’t need to spend a ton of money to look and feel great.
On another note, I’m a firm believer that genes play a huge role in keeping your skin looking healthy and young. I guess the moral to the story is just take care of your body, mind, and skin. You do not need to spend a ton of money on products and treatments. Instead, choose a few elite products that make most sense for you and take things from there. Don’t completely beat up your body and you’ll be fine. That combined with good genetics might be all that you need.