|Could your makeup be aging you?
Many of us haven’t given a thought to our make-up routine since our 20’s. If you’re still sporting fuchsia lipstick and heavy eyeliner you could unintentionally be making yourself look considerably older. It’s time to change up the routine, and take your anti-aging regimen to the next level. Combined with LifeCell All-in-One Anti-Aging Treatment, you can use makeup as a tool to lessen the look of aging skin. Read on to find out how!
Emphasize Your Cheeks
As skin ages, it loses its’ plumpness. Try putting blush on the apples of your cheeks – you’ll be emphasizing the plumpness of your face. Use a cream blush, since powder can settle into your fine lines and wrinkles and make them look more prominent.
Keeping your skin hydrated will help eliminate the look of fine lines. You need a moisturizer that has key ingredients like vitamin C to help your skin grow new cells and fight off free radicals. Try LifeCell All-in-One Anti-Aging Treatment.
Plump Your Pout
With aging comes the loss of collagen, which is what plumps our lips. As the years go by, your lips get thinner as collagen levels decrease. Using a lipstick or lip balm with ingredients that hydrate – such as shea butter and avocado oil – will keep flakiness at bay and help your lips look plump.
Banish Dark Circles
The area around the eyes is the thinnest and most sensitive on the face – so signs of aging usually show up there faster than other spots. Using an effective under eye product, like LifeCell Cooling Under Eye Treatment, will keep the dark circles away. After using an under eye treatment, you should use a yellow-tinted concealer to hide the shadows underneath your eyes.
Bring Your Glow Back
Getting older means thinning skin that starts to look dull. Using makeup that has light reflecting properties will help return some of your skin’s luminosity. As far as your body goes, there are tons of lotions on the market that have shimmer in them – and they’ll leave your skin smooth and glowing.