Use the fundamentals of good skin care
Start with the necessities if you really want to maintain your skin looking young:
Avoid the sun.
Put on a broad-spectrum sunblock.
Put on sun-safe clothing (long sleeves and pants).
Lie on your back to sleep
Sleeping in a particular posture repeatedly causes “sleep lines”—wrinkles that remain visible when you wake up and are etched into the top layers of skin. Sleeping on your side causes chin and cheek wrinkles, while sleeping face down causes brow furrows.
Get reading glasses instead of squinting!
Any repetitive facial expression, such as squinting, overworks the facial muscles and creates grooves in the skin. These grooves eventually develop into wrinkles. So keep your eyes wide, and if you need to, wear reading glasses. Additionally, learn about eyewear. They can prevent squinting and sun damage to the skin around your eyes.
Alpha-Hydroxy Acids (AHAs): Apply
These organic acids remove the top layer of dead skin cells from the skin. In particular around the eyes, this helps to lessen the visibility of pores, fine lines, and surface wrinkles. Stronger AHAs might encourage your skin to produce more collagen. That protein helps keep your skin tight and strong. Wear sunscreen every day because using AHAs can make your skin more sensitive to the sun.
Don’t Wash Your Face Too Much
Skin moisture and natural oils that prevent wrinkles are removed by tap water. You wash away its defences if you wash your face too frequently. Use a gel or cream cleanser in place of soap that has moisturisers.
Wear your vitamin C
According to certain research, lotions containing vitamin C can increase the quantity of collagen your skin produces. Vitamin C helps to lessen redness, dark spots, and uneven skin tone while defending against UVA and UVB damage. However, you must use a skin care product containing the proper kind of vitamin C. The best wrinkle-relieving ingredient might be L-ascorbic acid. Ascorbyl palmitate may also be specified as a vitamin C component.
Hope it helps!