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Try These Thrifty, but Healthy Ways to Keep Your Face Wrinkle-free and Beautiful

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Believe it or not, wrinkles aren't worries that won't reach you until you're older. Teens and people in their 20s can get them too! Here are some things you should avoid that can cause wrinkles, and some natural ways to keep your face wrinkle-free.


Wrinkles are a stigma in Western and Eastern societies. They're viewed as ugly and a sign of aging. But just because you think wrinkles are unpleasant, doesn't mean the whole world does! Did you know some Native American tribes and some other indigenous groups scattered throughout the world respect wrinkles? Some of these groups have viewed wrinkles as a sign of maturity, wisdom, and respect since ancient times. But, you don't live in their worlds, and you most likely want to find favor with potential romantic interests and friends. So what can you do to prevent getting or worsening wrinkles?

Wrinkles can actually happen to anyone of any age. For example, here are a few things that cause wrinkles that you might not have known:

Sleeping the wrong way. If you sleep on your side, Biola University says it can actually cause wrinkles because your pillow or hands are scrunching your face all throughout the night. Sleep on your back instead – it helps prevent acid reflux and supports your breasts better, which prevents sagging (an extra bonus)! If you're one of those people who can't help but sleep on their side, then choose an awesome neck pain pillow because these are specially designed to support your face and neck with careful resistance, which helps prevents face-scrunching.

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Staying under the sun without protection. Did you know the sun's UV rays cause wrinkles? It's why people living in California have rougher and more wrinkly skin than people living near the east coast – the same holds true for people who visit the beach often or are employed as lifeguards. These UV rays cause DNA damage, which is dangerous because too much damage can lead to melanomas (skin cancer). That's why it's important to wear sunscreen when you go out under the sun – even if you're just taking a walk outside. Competent sunscreens block out the sun's harmful UV rays. You can also try natural, holistically healthy sunscreens – like forskolin, which researchers found helps protect you from UV radiation damage.

Here are some other holistically healthy ways to prevent wrinkles:

Take vitamins A and C. The University of Maryland Medical Center says that vitamin A boosts your skin's self-repairing, which slows as you age. When you're under the sun all day it depletes your skin of vitamin A, so it's important to replenish it. Vitamin C rebuilds collagen and is also an antioxidant that helps protect you from UV radiation.

Vitamin E, vitamin B, and soy extracts. The University of Maryland Medical Center also says that if you live in a huge city, air pollution can deplete your skin of vitamin E, which is very important for skin and hair health. Taking vitamin E and B helps rejuvenate your skin's stores. Vitamin E is also a powerful antioxidant that can help protect your skin from UV radiation. They say that taking soy extracts can also help rejuvenate your skin.

Wrinkles aren't just worries for older people, young people can get them too! It's important to know what causes wrinkles and what you can do to prevent them if you want to stay looking young longer.