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3 Tips for Men Concerned About Wrinkles By Lewis Hurwitz

Author: Amitava Sarkar
by Amitava Sarkar
Posted: Mar 23, 2015

If you’re like most men, you haven’t been preparing your skin for the natural effects of aging and exposure to the sun and pollutants in the air: the wrinkles, creases and fine lines that appear on your face and neck. They’re typically most prevalent around the eyes and the mouth as well as on the forehead. Men have just as much need as women for skin care tips designed to reduce the appearance of these lines – often, they have even more need of these tips because many women treat their skin to prevent wrinkles early on in life, before they even have them.

If you’ve been ignoring the care of your skin, you haven’t been looking in the right places. Men’s skin care products are presented in bold, masculine bottle designs that you won’t be embarrassed to have on your sink or in your shower – unlike the flowery kinds of designs your wife, sister or girlfriend might have. More importantly, they’re formulated for your skin and are sure to result in a more youthful appearance with regular application. Start taking better care of your skin, and you’ll look years or even decades younger. Both treatment of existing wrinkles and prevention of further damage are key.

Buy Anti-Aging Matrixyl Cream

Collagen, a compound naturally produced in the skin, is more abundant in your youth. It’s the compound responsible for keeping skin firm, taut and smooth. With less collagen later in life, your skin is more likely to wrinkle. Matrixyl cream delivers a synthesis of collagen and proteins into your skin to make up for the collagen you naturally lost over time. This added collagen acts just like the kind once produced in your skin, puffing out existing wrinkles and staving off the development of new lines over time. Search for a brand specifically designed for men to get the right balance of collagen for your skin.

Use Red Tea Serum

A red tea serum formulated for men will be fragrance-free and is ideal for targeting existing lines and wrinkles. The anti-oxidant product mostly protects the skin from pollutants in the air that damage your skin in the long term, halting the progression of the fine lines already on your face. Protecting your skin from additional pollutant damage will also naturally reduce the number and depth of wrinkles that would have otherwise developed without this protection. If you spend a lot of time outdoors for your job or hobbies, a red tea serum is a must.

Wear Sunglasses and Hats

A lot of men love to feel the warm sunlight on their face, but that sun speeds up the development of wrinkles, making you look far older than you otherwise naturally would. It also leads to sunspots and uneven skin tone. The right lotions and creams can reserve the damage or protect you from further damage, but they work even better when you take additional precautions such as limiting your exposure to the sun’s damaging rays. Besides wearing sunscreen every time you step out, wear a hat with a visor, too. Sunglasses not only protect your eye’s health, but they make you squint less, and squinting is part of the reason why people develop crow’s feet around their eyes.

Once you see results, share your tips with your brothers, your friends and all the men in your life. Too long have men been reluctant to reach for a treatment that will help them reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Embrace the masculine way of reaching for the fountain of youth.

About the Author: Lewis Hurwitz is a retired barber and a men’s grooming blogger. He points men interested in skin care to Rod's Royal Treatment, a line of grooming products designed for men.

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