Wrinkles are an unfortunate, yet inevitable part of living. The longer your skin is exposed to open air the more susceptible it is to wrinkling. Stop being discouraged and running your fingers across your cheeks. Embrace nature’s smiley faces and take control. Wrinkles can be tempered with a little tender love and care through tightening and moisturizing.
Your skin needs water above anything else. Experts say that wrinkles are a symptom of dehydration. Treat dehydration with its antithesis, water. Steaming for an extended period of time will lock moisture into the deeper layers of your skin. Organic water-based skin cream provides immediate relief that will open the pores and remove the appearance of wrinkles. Wash your face daily with an organic non-heavily formulated soap.
The skin directly under the cheeks is most receptive to "anti-aging" or rejuvenation skin creams. These creams are infused with vitamins and minerals to regenerate your skin's natural elasticity. Generously blot your preferred skin cream above the cheeks and let it remain for an extended period of time. Alternatively, use rejuvenation skin pads to accomplish the same thing.
From egg whites, to ice cubes, to astringent face washes, there are a plethora of ways to tighten the skin. Test out different applications and learn which is most suitable for your skin. The largest organ in your body -- the skin -- is relatively obedient. Manipulate it enough in a certain way, it will eventually remain. Constricting the skin more or less staples the skin in place to reduce the effects of sagging.
Maintain a Regimen
When all else fails, maintain your beauty regimen. Drink plenty of water. Daily moisturize your face with a gentle application. Be careful not to shock your skin with too many "spa days." Steam your face once or twice a week, rejuvenate your skin no more than three times per week, and exfoliate once a week, all while keeping your face clean with a light soap. You may not accomplish a wrinkle-free face overnight, but eventually your wrinkles will become less of a deterrent to you aging gracefully.