Bad Habits


We all know that wrinkles and wisdom go hand in hand. And boy, do we hate those pesky wrinkles. But don’t panic, there are ways you can do to keep them off the bay. So, read on to find out!
You don’t use sunscreen often
Two of the most significant things for wrinkle prevention are using sunscreen and outright sun evasion. Because you can't always stay out of the sun, experts suggests slathering on a broad-spectrum, water-resistant sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or larger every day—with the emphasis on every day; even going for a quick drive without sunscreen can lead to skin damage. People often have more wrinkles on the left side of the face—the side that's exposed to the sun when you drive.
You can't live without your smartphone
Our phones and tablets may be partly at fault for the wrinkles below your chin. Just think about it: Your neck is cocked at an odd angle when you stare down at your gadgets for hours on end. You’ve probably noticed the instantaneous effects—as in a sore neck and strained eyes—but other issues may build up over time, including mulish neck wrinkles. Try to view your screens in a more ergonomic way (that tablet stand you never use, perhaps) to lessen your chance of lines.
You have a sweet tooth
It's no secret that hitting the dessert table far too often affects your waistline something fierce, but indulging in sugary treats can also harm the skin. Sugar molecules combine to tissues by a process called glycation. When that happens, detrimental new molecules are created in your bloodstream, and these saboteurs spoil collagen and elastin, the fibers responsible for keeping your skin taut and firm.