8. Protect Your Eyes
Eyes are not only windows to the soul, but sometimes the revealers of age. Because of the thin skin surrounding eyes, they are especially prone to puffiness and age spots. And because eyes crease every time you laugh, smile, squint or even blink, they are especially susceptible to lines and wrinkles. But you can fight back: Wear sunglasses every time you set foot outside or drive, not a fashion accessory but an absolute necessity. Also, invest in night cream and use it religiously. Tea bags or cucumber can provide some temporary relief from puffiness, as can hemorrhoid cream. (Sounds truly bizarre but works wonders).
7. Eat Berries as Snacks and Desserts
Berries are anti-aging powerhouses. For one, they contain crucial antioxidants that have been shown to reduce the risk of cancer and other serious illnesses. Berries are also low in sugar and high in fiber, a perfect combination for cleansing the body from the inside and filtering away toxins and free radicals. To get your daily fix, toss blueberries over greek yogurt, or blend a mixture of strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and almond milk for a perfect morning smoothie.Related: 10 Foods That Help You Poop
6. Keep Hair Full and Vibrant
While so much energy and, let’s face it, cash, goes into anti-aging products for the face and skin, often women overlook their hair as an age-giveaway. Modern women stand divided when it comes to grays, as some react with immediate dye jobs at the sight of one offense strand, and others embrace the elegance of silver locks. While the color is beautiful either way, keep it vibrant and full as the years roll on, when hair generally gets thinner and finer than before. One great tip is to avoid drying your hair with cotton towels right out of the shower. The hundreds of loops in cotton will attach to hair and cause breakage.