If your forehead is becoming a map of all the years you’ve spent at the beach, it’s not to late to slam on the brakes and soften the damage that’s been done. Use a moisturiser with SPF every morning and a richer lotion at night, when skin becomes dehydrated. Finally, a high-sugar diet can generate harmful molecules called advanced glycation end products. These damage collagen in the skin and contribute to premature wrinkles. So no more cookies with your 3 p.m. coffee, kiddo! Click here for the best wrinkle-fighting products on the market.
3\ Crow’s feet/puffy eyes
Vices aren’t doing your eyes any favours. Smoking diminishes circulation, which contributes to wrinkles, and late nights can cause blood to pool under eyes, creating dark circles. Plus, too much sodium and booze can make your eyes puffy from retaining fluids. So cut back on the excess but sleep on an extra pillow to keep the fluid from pooling around your eyes, creating bags. As an emergency fix, try placing cold cucumber slices on your eyes for 15 minutes before you leave the house. Cucumbers contain an astringent that may help to constrict blood vessels around the eye. They also have a cooling effect on inflamed skin.
4\ Yellow teeth
Coffee, red wine and berries can make your teeth look dingy, which in turn means old. But eating other types of fruits and vegetables—such as apples, celery, raw carrots, broccoli and other crunchy greens – can actually exfoliate the stains on your smile. To obtain an even deeper white, try whitening toothpaste and kits—but first, discover the truth about three popular smile brighteners.
This article was originally published on MensHealth.com