Some wrinkles suit a certain age while others can make you look prematurely past your prime. Here's our guide to flipping Father Time the finger.
90% of wrinkles are caused by the sun’s UV rays. We repeat, 90%! But that doesn’t mean you should cover yourself in Banana Boat every day, get a quality moisturizer that’s equipped with at least SPF 15—it'll block at least 93% of those damaging UV rays while providing other beneficial nutrients.
Once you hit 30, you start to lose about 1% of the collagen in your skin every year. Less collagen means more wrinkles. Ready for good news? There are night creams and serums that help jumpstart collagen production in your skin, helping to limit and reverse the appearance of wrinkles.
That means using the right cleanser (we'll help you find it). Many cleansers are harsh and overdrying—and dry skin looks older than hydrated skin.
You might not see a difference overnight but using a good anti-aging night cream is a long-term investment with a big payoff years down the line.