Tretinoin, or vitamin A, has clinically proven the anti-aging effect. It helps the body produce more skin collagen, removes blemishes and can even fight the early stages of skin cancer. However, pure tretinoin can only be prescribed by a doctor and may cause irritation and allergy. Retinol, found in the most over-the-counter anti-aging creams, can be a cheaper and safer option. Though it is not as potent as tretinoin, it has some visible effect.
19. Anti-wrinkle lifehacks
Intense mimics like furrowing your eyebrows, squinting and curving your mouth leave marks on your face as you grow older. At a certain age, controlling your mimic can be a good idea. But that doesn’t mean you should hold back smile and laugh. Wearing sunglasses in any time of year prevents you from squinting in the sun, and developing wrinkles in the eye area. You can avoid nasty wrinkles around your lips if you stop using a straw when drinking.
Hold your gadget at the eye level when texting or web-surfing. Continuous sitting with your head bent forwards cause second chin and necklines.