Golden rules

5 tips for preserving the youthfulness of sensitive skin

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Thinner and more fragile, sensitive skin is exposed to multiple forms of aggression every day. The cold, the wind, the sun, pollution, stress... these all weaken its defenses, affect its quality, and accelerate the aging process. Below you will find some simple tips for preserving your skin’s youthful appearance.

Tip 1

Moisturize, moisturize, and moisturize again!

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We cannot say it enough—hydration is the key to beauty! The skin is made up of 70% water, and when it is not supplied with water the epidermal cells are destroyed. The single most important step in effectively moisturizing your skin is to make sure you drink enough.

Tip 2

Sprinkle your plate with a little anti-aging magic

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Beautiful skin is skin that is well nourished, literally! Eat foods rich in antioxidants, trace elements, and essential fatty acids on a daily basis, i.e. salmon, seafood, nuts, citrus fruits, mushrooms, etc.

Tip 3

Adopt daily rituals

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The more you do to keep your skin young, the better. Morning and evening, begin by thoroughly cleansing, then apply specific day and night care. Do not forget the eye contour and lips, which need special attention. Once a week, treat yourself to a scrub and a face mask to effectively complete your beauty regime. Finally, remember to protect your skin from the sun all year round.

Tip 4

Put some sport back in your life

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Stress and overwork cause oxidative stress and accelerate skin aging. To solve this problem, learn to go easy on your nerves. Regular physical activity will help you unwind, and breathing exercises and meditation will help you remain calm.

Tip 5

Play at sleeping beauty

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At night, while your body rests, your skin works overtime. Cellular regeneration and repair accelerate, and your microcirculation is activated. This activity is at its maximum between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. For a truly restorative sleep, try to go to bed before midnight and sleep for at least 8 hours.

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