During the day your skin has faced makeup, pollution, and weather. It is essential to wash the accumulated grime off your skin. This grime can lead to breakouts, and enlarged pores...making your skin look older.
When a Daily Mail reporter decided to see what would happen if she abstained from cleansing her face at night over a 30-day period, her skin became extremely dry and sensitive, her eyelashes fell out in clumps and her pores grew by 5 percent. She also developed “eyelash dandruff.” The reporter noted that wrinkles on the sides of her face had grown worse, possibly due to her drying talc-based makeup.
Collagen production slows down as we age. Collagen gives skin its firmness.
"If you never stopped making collagen and never damaged collagen, you would never get a wrinkle, your pores would stay small, you'd never get a scar, and your skin would stay nice and tight," Lisa Ginn, MD says. "Collagen is key."1
To stimulate collagen production you will want to use products that contain retinol. Retinol, favored by dermatologists for decades, improves skin texture and minimizes the appearance of pores. Try: Night Renewing Serum.
To boost production even more try the AMP MD needle roller. It comes with the Night Renewing Serum and it packs a powerful punch into your anti-aging routine.
The skin around your eyes is thinner than elsewhere on your body, and it becomes even thinner as you age. That can lead to under-eye circles and hollowing. Eye cream is formulated differently than face cream because of this difference. Try: Multi-Function Eye cream it combines powerful peptides to minimize the appearance of crow’s-feet, helps reduce the appearance of both puffiness and dark under eye circles
Break the habit of sleeping on your face. Gravity and pressure are powerful over time. Sometimes this repeated sleeping position will result in etched in lines on your face and chest from this pressure.
If you tend to have puffy eyes in the morning, try to elevate your head with an extra pillow. This will help discourage fluid buildup around the eyes.
Change your pillow case often. Pillows can be a breeding ground for bacteria.
1 Lisa Ginn, MD http://www.webmd.com/beauty/face/evening-beauty-tips
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