How to Look Younger: 4 Beauty Tips to Look more Stunning

Written by Rohani Egbert
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Everyone wants to progress in age, but no one wants to experience the effects of aging. Such an irony, right?

While wishing to appear younger as you age is a good wish, you must understand that harboring such a wish alone isn’t enough. There are some measures you must take to reverse your biological aging clock and look younger than your real age.

Here are some tips on how to look younger than your age.

1. Load up on Antioxidants

Antioxidants are molecules that lessen the chances of aging by reducing or maintaining the level of oxidants with or withoutfree radical activity. In other words, these molecules are your closest pal when it comes to anti-aging.

Antioxidants don’t only boast anti-aging benefits, they can also protect you from diseases like cancer, diabetes, etc. To enjoy the healthy benefits of antioxidants, consider eating meals that contain a good amount of them. Typical meals that contain antioxidants are:

Dark chocolates
Red cabbage

2. Drink enough water

Water doesn’t just aid digestion, prevent constipation and stabilize your heartbeat; it also helps you appear younger. And how does it do that?

You see, dehydration is one of the main reasons why your skin appears dry, wrinkly, and saggy. Drinking enough water  (around 3 to 4 liters daily) will improve your skin tone, prevent acne, and of course, prevent premature aging. But that is not all!

Loading up with enough water also helps rid your body of harmful toxins while ensuring that your internal organs are fully functional.

3. Consider Cosmetic Surgery

Exercises, dieting, upping your water intake, and a host of other lifestyle changes can play key roles in making you look younger. However, the results of these changes can take time. When it comes to cosmetic surgery, you don’t have to wait for long.

For instance, if you have saggy facial skin, jowls, or loose skin around the neck, a facial uplift can do the trick (procedure can take 2-5 hours). You can also consider breast augmentation by Dr. Berkowitz to increase the size of your breast, thus making you look younger than your age. This cosmetic procedure can also help reshape your breasts.

4. Exercise Everyday

If you aren’t exercising regularly, you are losing out on several therapeutic benefits that come with this activity. Exercising can help control your weight, reduce your risk of heart disease, improve your mental health and mood, and slow the aging process.

Common anti-aging exercises are:

Yoga and Pilates
High impact movements
Resistance training
Standing calf raise

Exercises help slow aging by switching off the aging process in your chromosomes. To stay young, you have to keep your cells young. Researchers have discovered that exercises can keep DNA healthy and young.

5. Check Your Posture

How do you walk? Are you always conscious of your posture? Walking like an octogenarian will certainly make you appear old, even if you aren’t. Sticking to such a posture ( which involves huching) can also cause you a lot of pain.

To ensure that you walk like the younger generation, try: engaging in posture exercises, sleeping on a flat surface without a pillow, and taking care of your spinal health.

Whenever you stand, don’t stand like you are about to fall forward; neither should you stand with your back and knee curved inward. Instead, when you stand, ensure that you evenly distribute your weight. Such posture makes you appear younger and taller.


It is possible to slow down your biological aging clock. However, to do so, you must be willing to stick to certain routines, engage in exercises, implement diets, etc. In essence, you must display a sheer amount of commitment and consistency to see rapid results from your efforts

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