Can sunscreen help erase Wrinkles? I know you don’t have many wrinkles, yet. So what can you do to keep those wrinkles from finding you?
Can Sunscreen Help EraseWrinkles? Does this mean that I can put on sunscreen and these wrinkles will go away? I can play golf all day, or tennis? Or spend my days laying in the sun on a boat and not get wrinkled?
Dermatologists and your mother will both tell you that sunscreen is the best way to prevent wrinkles, sunspots, (freckles), and general redness. As long as you are talking about a reasonable time in the sun, you have no worries.
Your sunscreen may not just prevent new damage, there are reasons to think that it may actually roll back some of the sun damage you already have.
According to a study conducted by Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. Not only does wearing a daily SPF fend off wrinkle-causing UV damage, but it can actually help erase signs of aging.
In the study, researchers asked a group of 32 subjects to apply sunscreen every day for a year.
This sunscreen was a broad spectrum with an SPF of 30. It was unclear in the report how many times a day they applied it. But the instructions were to apply every day.
The sunscreen was a broad-spectrum SPF 30 sunscreen (the minimum protection recommended by dermatologists) to their faces every single day for a year.
The participants were then checked every few weeks to assess issues like skin texture, clarity, and pigmentation problems (think freckles and uneven coloration).
After the full 52 weeks, what they found was that, with no other anti-aging products in the mix, most of the participants noticed a significant improvement in their skin.
Can Sunscreen Remove Forehead Wrinkles?
Were you as skeptical as I was about sunscreen removing forehead wrinkles?
This finding can make a huge difference in how you, a younger generation will be able to protect your skin from the sun. You will be able to have younger skin and this will make a difference for you and your self-confidence.
Men and women both are concerned about looking older before they need to. Older is different from ancient! Older we can handle when we get older. There is no definite age written for you to be the marker. You know that each of us ages our own way. Will you make the choice to do this sunscreen everyday routine for yourself?
The sunscreen used in this study did contain a moisturizer but no other anti-aging ingredients.
Such a straightforward formula, when compared to other, active-ingredient-packed anti-agers out there. How you can get these results is still a bit unclear.
The lead researcher, Wang, shares his guesses. “The most plausible answer has to do with skin’s innate regenerative properties,” he explains.
“We know that skin turns over every 28 days. By preventing the continual accumulation of more and more damage, we allow the skin to heal on its own.”
In summary, it seems the sunscreen gives your skin a chance to indulge in some R&R. We all know the benefit of a little time to rest and relax. This gives your skin to do what it does while healing and taking care of you.
Your skin gets a break from constantly defending itself from UV exposure and repairing the damage.
So many results from so little effort. A simple moisturizing sunscreen.
Does Not Wearing Sunscreen Cause Wrinkles?
Yes, not wearing sunscreen causes wrinkles.
Not wearing sunscreen will allow the sun and all the reflections of the sun that are in our daily life to have free range to do whatever damage they can do to your forehead and all the other parts of your face.
Reflections through the windows in your vehicle as you drive to work, reflections from walking on cement in the sunshine. Then there are reflections from the water or snow. Reflections through your home’s windows. My computer is near a bedroom window. When I am reporting to you about protecting your skin, I am exposed. Yes, it is a North Facing window!
Wrinkles show up when your face has been exposed to the dangerous rays of the sun and the UVA and WVB radiation in the air. Skin damage comes at you from all angles.
Poor eating habits and bad sleeping practices will also have an effect. Good health will show in your face. Making healthy lifestyle choices will make putting on sunscreen every day, the icing on the cake.
Are you willing to make some lifestyle choices to help keep forehead wrinkles from starting?
How Do I Get Rid Of Deep Wrinkles?
Can you reverse deep wrinkles?
Botox and fillers are some of the most common procedures used to smooth out wrinkles.
The treatments are done by a professional. These are temporary solutions. They are short, lasting a few weeks or months according to the treatment.
They don’t require any expensive equipment or extensive preparation. A fairly short time is needed. A few hours from the time you enter the spa to head home or back to work.
More permanent removal requires surgery and recovery times. These procedures are performed by Doctors who enjoy all the trips they get to take their families on because we didn’t use sunscreen.
Prevention is the important thing here. Preventing the damage that allows wrinkles to develop. Your daily use of sunscreen can keep deep wrinkles from forming, and allow the ones already there to soften in time.
Staying aware of what you are exposing yourself and your skin to can make getting older an easier time. Using a good moisturizing sunscreen to prevent more wrinkles is the best way for you.
Preventing more wrinkles makes staying young looking easier.
My years of cutting and styling hair made me aware of how men and women regret the hours they have spent in the sun with no sunscreen.
I didn’t know then about sunscreen. Such an easy thing to do. However, we were not as aware as we are now. This link shows others who were also unaware.
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Wearing a sun blocking hat, your sunglasses and a long sleeve loose-fitting shirt will help your sunscreen keep your skin healthy and younger-looking.
When you don’t cover your skin and use sunscreen you can expect to live your mature years with regret. If protecting yourself were difficult, it would be different.
How hard is it to apply sunscreen, and keep your sun hat and sunglasses on? Slipping on your shirt after being in the sun for 30 minutes? Don’t live your life knowing you neglected your skin.
The time you spend using all the short-time remedies that people now resort to can be spent enjoying a hobby or spending time with your family. You won’t have to hide away so no one will see your wrinkle masks, your wrinkle pads, and all the other short-term fixes that are available.
Just A Quick Reminder Of Better Choices
Skin healthy choices start with common sense. Pay attention to how you protect yourself from the sun, and stay safer from wrinkles. Remember, early wrinkling usually means overexposure to the sun.
Other better choices that can help to prevent skin damage from the sun include:
- Staying out of the sun from 10 AM until 4 PM, when the UV index is at its highest.
- Wearing sun blocking clothing to cover your exposed skin, including shirts that cover the chest, shoulders, and arms. Shirts with collars help protect your neck, a spot many find their first skin cancer happening.
- Make sure to wear sun blocking hats to prevent sun exposure to your head and face.
- Take some breaks from the sun in shade during outdoor activities.
- Drink enough water to make sure you are hydrated and keep your skin from stressing and jumping into the defense zone. When your skin is distressed, it burns easier in the sun. Wrinkles and skin cancer are next.
Making a few changes will benefit you in so many ways.
Start today with awareness of the need to protect your skin from the sun, every season of the year.
Sami’s Take On Can Sunscreen Help Erase Wrinkles?
Sunscreen can help erase wrinkles, when used every day and when you are reasonable with your time in the sun. You can step up and take control of your skin’s exposure to the sun time.
It will be easier to take care of your skin and protect yourself from early aging and skin cancer-causing damage by using sun blocking clothing to help sunscreen keep you safe.
Keeping sunscreen on through a long day in the sun will be difficult. Wearing a loose-fitting long sleeve shirt with a collar? Then when you are reapplying sunscreen, there will be less of you exposed to the sun.
Changing the golf tee-off times, to early morning, or later in the afternoon leaves fewer hours in the bright sun. Taking breaks in the shade, drinking enough water. These can all be done.
See what a few sun-safe choices can mean for your skin.