5 Best Ways to Get Rid of Wrinkles on Your Face

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Facial wrinkles are something you associate with getting old, but most wrinkles begin early & in the areas where you make repetitive facial expressions — the vertical lines between your brows, horizontal lines on your forehead, and series of lines that radiate from your lips.

As you age, your skin loses elasticity and gets thinner and dryer.

When you’re young and you make a facial expression, a groove forms beneath your skin, but the skin springs back into place once your face relaxes.

When you’re older, your skin loses the ability to spring back and instead it settles into the grooves permanently, causing wrinkles.

UV light contributes to this phenomenon by breaking down the elastin and collagen in your skin, causing your skin to become weaker and droop.

Of course, sun damage, poor nutrition, dehydration, smoking, and other factors can increase your chance of getting wrinkles or make the wrinkles you have, worse.

Your face is the first thing people see when they meet you. Wouldn’t you rather it to reflect youthful exuberance instead of tired, dull skin lined with wrinkles?

1. Get Enough Sleep

"Beauty sleep” is a real thing! Studies have shown that women who get less sleep have more wrinkles. In fact, women who slept only five hours per night had twice the wrinkles of those who slept seven or more hours.


2. Add Your Omega-3s

Omega 3 fatty acids — the kind found in oily fish like salmon and mackerel — are fantastic for preventing wrinkles.

Studies show that women who eat diets high in these acids or supplement with over-the-counter Omega 3 pills show increased collagen and elastin fibers in their skin and delayed onset of wrinkling and skin aging.

Adding Omega 3s to your diet is also one of the easiest — and most delicious — ways to prevent lines and wrinkles from forming.


3. Use Teami Facial Oils

One of the best ways to get rid of wrinkles on your face, facial oils have been used for centuries by women who wished to remain younger-looking, longer.

To try this solution, reach for a high-quality facial oil that features pure, botanical ingredients, like Teami Soothe, Teami Repair, and Teami Glow.

Each oil has unique ingredients that all will help with age spots, fine lines, and wrinkles. Just a few drops in the morning, evening, or both are enough to boost your skin’s moisture and begin to plump out lines and wrinkles.


4. Get Your Vitamin C - Inside & Out!

Vitamin C is essential for smooth, wrinkle-free skin. Vitamin C fights free radicals that attack skin, causing premature aging and even protects against sun damage from UV rays.

Teami's Vit-C serum contains real vitamin C and hibiscus. The hibiscus flower is actually known as the botox plant because of its unbelievable affects on aging and wrinkles. Unlike other products, Teami's Vit-C has pure vitamin c extract not mixed & dilluted. 

For an extra boost internally, Vitamin C is found in high amounts in citrus fruits like oranges, lemons, and grapefruits, and also in broccoli, strawberries, kiwis, cauliflower, and tomatoes.

5. Don’t Stress

Did you know that stress really can age you? 

To keep stress at bay, employ some simple stress-relief rituals into your life. Try meditation, yoga, or mindful breathing. Add exercise to your day to burn off nervous energy.

Indulge in some essential oils that are known for their calmative effects — lavender and vanilla are two of the most popular — and add them to your pulse points, your facial oil, your pillow, or your bath.

Minimize things — and people — that take a toll on your mental energy and cultivate an attitude of positivity and gratitude.

Next Steps

Now that you have all these wrinkle-reducing tips, take the first step and try out an all-natural facial oil for more youthful, glowing skin! Our favorite facial oil to reduce wrinkles and heal the skin is Teami Repair- especially during the colder months when your complexion may tend to dry out! 

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