How to restore elasticity of the skin?
Our skin is elastic. This allows it to stretch well, and then take the original shape. Unfortunately, with age, the elasticity of the skin is lost, so wrinkles and stretch marks are formed on the face and body of a person. Women are especially sensitive to this process. Still would! After all, each of us so desperately wants to stay young and attractive for a long time.
Modern means of cosmetology and medicinepartly able to solve the problem of reducing the elasticity of the skin, but much depends on the person, for example, on his habits, on the amount of water consumed per day, on the work of the body as a whole. Know that if a person smokes, his skin will lose elasticity faster, become yellow and dry. Also, it is not entirely harmless for the skin to stay in the sun for a long time. If you recover sharply, stretch marks appear on your skin, and a sharp decrease in weight by 100% will ensure the appearance of ugly folds.
It is important to know that the elasticity of the skin is primarily provided by moisture.
Inelastic is often felt as dry andStretched, and this feeling is intensified in winter because of the dry air of the heated premises. In this case, a moisturizing cream can become a real wand. There are several requirements to it. First, it should not be too fat. This definitely does not add to the skin hydration, and secondly, it should contain special substances such as, for example, soy extract, collagen, as well as hyaluronic acid, and vitamin A, which will help moisten the deepest layers of the skin, coenzymes.
However, no cream is comparable in effectivenesswith water, which requires as often as possible to treat the skin. However, there is one nuance, to achieve a positive effect, the skin should hold moisture well. This ability can be increased if you drink plenty of water during the day. You can take special vitamins for skin elasticity, such as vitamin C, which is involved in the process of creating collagen and cartilaginous tissue, vitamin E, which has antioxidant properties. However, you need to remember that they need to be taken, not exceeding the indicated dosage, and the effect will come only with prolonged and regular application.
Widely used in cosmetologymaintain the elasticity of the skin, various oils. They have such properties, which can envy any, even very expensive cream. One of the most common is almond oil, rich in vitamin E. The use of this remedy for a long period of time will return the skin youth and freshness.
Peach oil, like its relatedapricot, is fairly well known in the cosmetic industry. These products increase the elasticity of the skin, help to relieve inflammation, have a clarifying, softening and toning effect. For example, avocado oil perfectly moisturizes and nourishes the skin, especially in the area around the eyes. And for any type of skin, wheat germ oil is suitable, which will be especially valuable for people who are predisposed or already suffering from couperose. Castor and even fragrant walnut oil are effective for increasing the elasticity of the skin. It should be noted that all of the above products are called basic. That is, they can be used both separately and create on their basis aromatic and useful compositions from essential oils. You can add them to shampoo, to face or body cream, soap.
Restoring the elasticity of the skin is a processlong and time-consuming. However, there are cases when all means are powerless against loss of elasticity, except for plastic surgery. This applies to stretch marks and folds after a rapid weight loss. Therefore, all nutritionists warn that the weight should be thrown off gradually, while including in your diet buckwheat porridge, which contains a lot of such substances as rutin.
Carrots, cabbage, fresh herbs and cucumberswill provide the body with silicon, but oatmeal, red meat and liver will fill the body with iron. Elasticity of the skin will add to the consumption of foods rich in selenium - tuna, sardine, liver, eggs and garlic. In addition, seafood is rich in zinc, essential for our body. It is also found in wheat bran, pumpkin seeds, cocoa, yeast, mushrooms and nuts.