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Anti-Aging Trends

anti-aging trends

Cold Exposure:

Daily cold exposure is a great anti-aging hack! It helps to reduce inflammation, reduce stress, improve circulation in your skin, improve sleep quality, support a healthy immune system, and more! All of these things contribute to a healthy, youthful appearance. Whether you take a cold shower or plunge into a pool of ice-cold water, cold exposure has benefits that may help slow down the clock.

Intermittent Fasting:

Intermittent fasting is a great way to reduce overall oxidative stress, which otherwise damages your DNA and causes you to age faster. It triggers multiple changes in your body that slow down aging, by keeping cells and DNA healthy. Intermittent fasting two times a week can naturally reduce inflammation and promote cellular repair, which leads to a longer, healthier life.

LED Light Therapy:

LED light therapy is the process of exposing skin to red, blue, green, cyan, yellow, orange, purple, and white LED light, each of which has various skincare benefits. LED light therapy can be used to reduce breakouts, pigmentation, boost collagen and elastin production, reduce redness and inflammation, and improve the overall appearance of the skin.

More Natural Looking Lips:

The days of overfilled lips seem to be coming to an end. Lip filler that is used to soften lip lines, define the shape, hydrate the lips, and offer a subtle plump are becoming more popular. It’s all about enhancing your natural features without going overboard.

Simplified Skin Care Routines:

People are looking to simplify their skin care routines with multi-purpose products that are less time-consuming, yet still effective. In the past, our skincare routines included multiple steps, as we were trying to include every possible ingredient to target skin concerns. Currently, we are able to simplify our regimens, by using multi-ingredient products that address a number of skincare concerns.

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