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101 Ways to Look Younger

The red-haired classic beauty and American comedienne Lucille Ball was once quoted saying that, “The secret to staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly and lie about your age.” And how many times have you actually lied about your age because your skin has betrayed you?

After all, your skin is the first to show the imminent signs of aging. But why lie when you can actually do something about your skin aging? If you have been looking for the secrets to the fountain of youth, look not further because here we have conveniently compiled for you the ultimate 100 ways to look younger.

And we start off our list with the 30 Natural Ways to Look Younger.

1. Get Enough Sleep

It is no wonder that the Disney princess Aurora is called Sleeping Beauty for nothing. Not only will a good night’s rest keep you refreshed and energized the following day, it also allows your cells to repair and rejuvenate themselves. This helps your skin to look and feel supple, taut and elastic.

A good seven to eight hours of beauty rest will do trick in keeping your skin looking young. But more than that can also harm and can even be detrimental to your skin, according to New York dermatologist Doris Day in a WebMD article.

2. Water Therapy

We have often been told that drinking 8 tall glasses of water everyday can do wonders for the body and promotes overall good health. It works in helping to maintain the healthy balance of fluids in the body.

But, fluid is lost because of natural skin evaporation, sweating and urinating, among others. If this lost fluid is not replaced with proper hydration, your skin becomes the first to show signs of dehydration turning it dry, tight and flaking, making it more prone to wrinkles and fine lines. Also, drinking enough water helps to eliminate toxins and wastes from the body giving the skin a more radiant glow.

3. Cut Down the Sweets

Having a sweet tooth will not only wreck havoc to your pearly whites and add inches to your hips, but it can hurt your skin, as well. An increase in the blood sugar level encourages inflammation, which can cause redness and swelling and affects the tone and texture of the skin.

Also, sugar in the body results in a process called glycation, where glucose is released in the bloodstream. These sugars latch on to the basic protein of the skin, which is collagen, causing it to become stiff and inflexible. This can lead to sagging, wrinkled and dry skin. High glucose levels also diminish skin-protecting antioxidants that safeguard your skin from sun damage.

4. Quit Smoking

More than the more alarming respiratory and cardiovascular damages that smoking can do to the body, one of its detrimental effects can reveal on your skin. Smoking causes the blood vessels dilate, which reduces proper blood circulation, oxygen and essential nutrients to reach the skin. Also, it damages the important connective tissues of the skin – elastin and collagen.

These destructions result to the formation of wrinkles. This is further aggravated whenever you purse your lips and squint your eyes every time you take a puff. According to the American Association of Dermatology, smoking can lead the skin to develop a leathery texture and yellowish tone.

5. Reduce Alcohol Intake

A moderate of intake of alcohol, like red wine, has been said to help the body in tiptop condition. But an excessive consumption of a beer, a cocktail or even wine can actually rob your skin of the essential nutrients that it needs. Alcohol deprives the skin of the vital nutrients that it needs because it dilates the facial blood vessels, which can develop to a dull-looking skin. It also worsens flare-ups of skin conditions, like rosacea and psoriasis.

So make sure that you control your alcohol intake and replenish your body fluids with lots of water.

6. Minimize Carbs

Just like sweets, you may want to cut down on your carb intake. Now, take note that it is the simple carbohydrates that you should steer clear from. This includes pasta, white rice, white bread and potatoes. These food sources work similarly with sweets because it spikes up the blood sugar levels, which damage the skin’s collagen.

On the other hand, complex carbohydrates will give you that energy fix without the skin damage, like whole grain bread, legumes and brown rice. These food sources are high in fiber that helps to get rid of skin impurities, leading to smooth and acne-free skin.

7. Vitamin C

Essential nutrients are what your body and skin needs. And your skin’s best friend to younger looking skin is definitely the ever-reliable Vitamin C. It is a powerful antioxidant that helps protect your skin and its components from the harmful damage of free radicals.

Also, it helps to promote collagen and elastin production, which keeps your skin plump and radiant. Not only that, Vitamin C also protects your skin from sunburn caused by UVB rays. According to the whfoods.org, the healthiest sources are papaya, bell peppers, broccoli, brussel sprouts and strawberries.

8. Vitamin A

Looking for the ultimate wrinkle buster? You can definitely count on Vitamin A. It helps “to promote the production of skin-building compounds”, according to a research posted in Science Daily. In the research headed by Dr. Reza Kafi, then of the University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, assessed the effectiveness of Vitamin A lotions.

It showed that an increase in an animal form of Vitamin A called Retinol intensified the production of glycosaminoglycan and procollagen, which helps to retain skin moisture and reduce wrinkle formation.

9. Vitamin E

Yet another skin care nutrient that is an ingredient to the elixir of youth is Vitamin E. It helps in the repair of skin damage caused by free radicals. Also, it is one of the best defenses from the effects of UVB radiation, like sunburn, swelling, redness and dry skin.

But this skin protector is not naturally produced by the body, so it is best to bulk up on food sources that are rich in Vitamin E, like green leafy vegetables, fortified cereals, nuts and eggs. WebMD posted the recommended dietary allowance of Vitamin E for both men and women is 15mg/day.

10. Bank on Protein

We usually equate protein with muscle building, but have ever thought that it can be a skin nutrient? Remember that the skin is made up of proteins – collagen and elastin, after all. Protein is filled with amino acids that help in the production of collagen in the skin. Specifically, it contains L-lysine and L-proline, which are important in the formation of collagen giving the skin its strong structure.

11. Vitamin B3

One would not think of Vitamin B3 as a skin-nourishing nutrient. It contains two important enzymes that promote in the production of cellular energy, lipids, ceramides and fatty acids.

These help strengthen the skin’s natural protective barrier and keep moisture locked in and harmful irritants out. It also works in minimizing dark spots and is great if you have dry and sensitive skin.

12. Vitamin K

Another little known youth-giving skin nutrient is Vitamin K. It works to protect the skin’s elasticity and helps to prevent wrinkles from forming. This is because it contains a special protein called matrix-carboxyglutamic acid that inhibits the calcification of skin tissues. And are you worried of your dark eye circles, load up on Vitamin K-rich food sources, like meat and soybeans, to freshen up your eye area.

13. Good Bacteria

How can the gut-cleansing probiotics help in keeping your skin looking young? This is because as the good bacteria work its action in keeping the stomach from toxins and wastes, it also reduces the incidence of inflammation in the gut.

What you do not know is that inflammation in the digestive system can sometimes manifest in the skin as acne, psoriasis, rosacea, dermatitis and other skin conditions. So if you want to have a blemish-free skin, treat yourself to a cup or two of plain Greek yogurt.

14. Sleep on Silk

On top of our list is a good beauty rest. But indulge yourself in sleeping on silk or satin pillowcases. Why? It is because these materials do not drag on or create creases on the skin, which can eventually form to wrinkles.

15. Pamper with a Face Massage

Getting a relaxing and soothing massage can certainly help you feel more rejuvenated and refreshed. But a pampering on the face with a good, gentle facial massage can actually help in reducing fine lines from forming. This helps to relax and loosen the tight muscles. And pairing the massage with nourishing oil can help hydrate the skin and give it a healthy glow.

16. Exfoliate

Basic skincare involves three components. The first one is exfoliation. A regular and mild exfoliation helps to remove dead skin cells that are building up on the skin surface, which can clog up the pores that can cause blackheads and acne. It also helps to speed up the renewal process of the skin, which allows for new skin to surface keeping it always looking fresh and clean.

You can use a hypoallergenic or non-comedogenic facial cleanser with exfoliating beads. Just make sure that you do not over-exfoliate as this may cause irritation. Generally, it is best to exfoliate twice a week, no matter the skin type.

17. Moisturize

Number two in the must skin care routine is moisturizing. Regardless whether you have dry, oily or combination skin, boosting skin’s hydration with a facial moisturizing will keep it from becoming dry and flaky. It generally works on smoothening the skin and at the same time keeping moisture locked in and attracting moisture, as well.

For those with oily skin, you should watch out for products that contain occlusive, like petroleum jelly and paraffin. These are greasy ingredients that can trap sebum and aggravate blemishes and sebum. Instead, look for products that contain humectants and emollients, like staeric acid and glycerin. It is best to apply moisturizer twice daily, one immediately after taking a shower and another one 30 minutes before you go to sleep.

18. Tone

The last of the three basics in skin care is often the most neglected. You might shrug off skin toners as an added, but useless, step in your regimen. But what it does is help maintain a healthy balance of pH levels. This decreases your susceptibility to develop skin oiliness and infection. It also helps to remove dirt and environmental toxins that may not have been washed off from cleansing.

You may also be pleased to know that skin toning can help tighten and shrink your skin’s pore size. And because it works in removing oil buildup, it can help reduce acne and skin blemishes.

19. Shield the Sun

They say a healthy dose of beaming sunlight can create magnificent changes in your body to keep your recharged and energized. But, overexposure to the harmful UV radiation of the sun can wreck havoc on your skin. It can cause thickening and thinning of the skin, wrinkling, pigmentation, precancerous lesions and the dreadful skin cancer. So, it is best to shield your skin from these aging effects by wearing sunscreen.

But do not just go for a high SPF, instead look for a broad spectrum or multi-spectrum sunscreen that will help protect you from both UVA and UVB radiation. The American Association of Dermatology recommends applying sunscreen at least 15 minutes before going outdoors to allow the product to be absorbed by the skin.

20. Feed on Fish Oil

Fish oil contains omega-3 essential fatty acids, like DHA, EPA, ALA and GHA, which have a long list of health benefits that will keep you looking and feeling young inside and out. Specifically, it has anti-inflammatory properties and helps improve the condition of dry skin and is known to reduce acne, as it inhibits the formation of sebum in the hair follicle that causes acne.

Rich fish oil sources include mackerel, tuna, salmon, oysters, herring, sea bass, trout and anchovies.

21. Relax and Meditate

Meditation equals relaxation. This in itself helps you to feel revitalized and even youthful. It allows you to appreciate and enjoy life’s simple pleasure and feel happy from the inside. But several studies have shown that meditation can also help improve the skin from the outside. This is because it aids it the relief of physical and behavioral symptoms of stress, which includes muscle tightening, change in appetite and increased intake of alcohol.

So do your skin a favor and take a 10-minute and perform a simple meditation by simply paying attention to your breathing.

22. Exercise Regularly

If you want to have vibrant-looking skin, this might be the right motivation for you to perform exercise regularly. Sweating it out in the gym, at the beach or even at home helps to nourish your skin cells and promote proper blood flow throughout the body.

It also helps to ease stress, which can be beneficial in reducing acne and eczema. Not only that, you get to have a fit and healthy body, as well. Now that is a total makeover you can do to your body to look young.

23. Be Gentle on the Bath Scrubs

You may think that scrubbing your body like crazy with body salt, scrubs, loofah and coarse sponges can help your skin look young and clean. While it does remove dead skin cells from your body, too much scrubbing can also strip away the skin’s natural moisture and damage the skin layers causing it become dry and flaky. When using these body exfoliating tools, use light and gentle strokes instead of digging through your skin until it turns red.

24. Steer Clear of Deodorant Soaps

We all know that soaps help our body keep it clean and smelling fresh. But you may want to think twice about using deodorant and fragrant soaps. It may make you smell nice and sweet, but the chemicals in these soaps can cause harm to your skin making it less youthful than it should be. Instead, look for soaps that have a gentle formulation suited for your specific skin type.

25. Humidifier during Cold Season

It can indeed be scorching in Singapore, so turning on the AC full blast will definitely do the trick. But extreme cold temperature can dry the skin out, which can make you look ashen and old.

So, it is a good idea to invest in a humidifier especially when you enjoy turning on the air conditioning unit to keep you cool. It helps to infuse moisture into the air, which can help soothe dried out skin. But make sure to regularly replace the water from the device to avoid it being a breeding ground of bacteria.

26. Have a Cup of Tea

Drinking a cup of healthy tea can be beneficial in keeping your skin looking young. It is packed with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties. It helps your body fight off the skin damaging effects of free radicals. Apart from drinking it, using tea bags as cold compress is an excellent way to soothe sunburns, as well as provide immediate relief from razor burns.

Spritzing tea directly to the skin helps to keep it moisturized and maintain a healthy tone. Warm tea bags placed over your eyes can help reduce puffiness and dark under eye circles.

27. Lather on Body Oil and Lotion

To look young from head to toe, make sure that you also keep your body’s skin moisturized and not just your face. A wrinkly and dried out hands can betray your age even if you have a flawless face. Go natural in keeping your body glowing with essential oils. Carrot seed, lavender, tea tree and lemongrass oil are excellent choice in giving your body that luminous glow.

28. No to Tanning Beds

Just like overexposure to sunlight, tanning beds can also damage your skin and hasten the aging process. It can cause photoaging, which can result to pigmentation problems, leathery texture, wrinkles and sagging skin. So if you want to give your skin that sun-kissed glow, opt for tanning lotions or bronzers that have mild formulation.

29. Olive Oil

It might do your skin well to keep a bottle of olive oil handy as part of your beauty arsenal. Olive oil contains anti-inflammatory properties that can help prevent several forms of dermatitis and psoriasis. It is also packed with antioxidants that protect skin cells from sun damage, as well as from the breakdown of collagen and elastin. Also, it is effective in soothing chapped lips. Not only that, nothing beats feeling and looking young than a healthy heart – a health benefit that olive oil is very known for.

30. Have More Sex

Now you may snicker at this thought, but several studies have shown the positive effects of regular sexual activity in promoting youthful skin. In an article featured in Cosmopolitan, one reason is that sex helps pump oxygen to the skin, which makes it more glowing, and improves blood circulation.

It also balances the body’s hormone levels, which in turn reduces the formation of acne. And interestingly, it is also boosts the collagen production and it helps clear the pores from sweating while performing the deed itself.

Let us continue on with the list with these 20 Do-It-Yourself Skin Care Tips. These beauty hacks will help your skin look younger with the use of household items and ingredients.

31. Elmer’s Glue as a pore stripper.

Spread a thin layer of non-toxic white Elmer’s glue on your face, let it dry and gently peel it off. This will help take away any dirt that is dislodged in your pores.

32. Petroleum jelly to keep the hands and feet smooth and supple.

This is a beauty regimen that actually works. Before going to bed, slather a generous amount of petroleum jelly on your hands and feet and put on socks. This will help keep your hands and feet nourished and soft the following day. Also, it helps provide your nails a healthy shine.

33. Fruit face mask.

Mix together yogurt, avocado and honey to make an excellent face mask that will help keep your skin hydrated and moisturized. Avocado is rich in fatty acids that promote improved skin condition, while honey is a natural humectant that helps seal in moisture.

34. Sweet body scrub.

Mix one part coconut oil and two parts brown sugar to make for a sweet-smelling and all-natural body scrub. Make sure that you perform gentle strokes.

35. Aspirin as an acne treatment.

Aspirin is scientifically known as acetylsalicylic acid, which works similarly like salicylic acid in zapping away pimples and acne. Just crush an uncoated pill and mix it with couple of drops of water until it forms a paste. Apply the mixture on the affected area for five to ten minutes and rinse it off with water.

36. Honey to get rid of skin infections and blemishes.

Honey is extremely high in antimicrobial and antibacterial properties. Just simply dab on a pea-sized amount of raw and unprocessed honey on the affected areas of your skin and leave it on for 15 minutes before rinsing it off. Repeat this process until the blemish goes away.

37. Milk and nutmeg to remove blackheads.

Simply combine nutmeg and milk until it forms to a light paste and gently work the mixture on your face to get rid of blackheads. Nutmeg is efficient in getting rid of oil and works as a natural scrub, while the lactic acid in milk works in helping breakdown dead skin cells.

38. Lemon to even out skin pigmentation.

If you are suffering from sunspots or freckles, you may want to get your hands on a slice of lemon. The citric acid in lemon works similarly like a bleaching agent in treating hyperpigmentation. Rub lemon juice using a cottonball on the affected area and leave it for 10 to 15 minutes before washing it off with water.

Or you can make a facemask out of equal parts lemon juice and honey. Use these lemon beauty treatments twice daily until you notice the improvement. When you use this beauty home remedy, make sure that you do not expose yourself to sunlight since a chemical called psoralen in lemon can cause your skin to be sensitive to sunlight and cause blisters.

39. Turmeric for a skin free of infection.

Turmeric contains antibacterial properties that help your skin free from infection and blemishes. It also has bleaching properties that can help address hyperpigmentation. All you need is to mix one part of turmeric powder with two parts milk.

Apply and gently massage this mixture on the affected area and leave it on for 20 minutes before rinsing it off with warm water. It is best to use turmeric extract instead of the powder, as it can have a tendency to stain your skin orange.

40. Aloe and cucumber cooling mask.

Puree equal parts of cucumber and aloe vera and apply this cooling mask on the face for 20 minutes before rinsing it off with cool water. The cucumber helps tighten the skin and provide it with ample moisture, while the aloe removes dead skin cells and promotes skin cell regeneration.

41. Baking soda for glowing skin.

If you want to have fair complexion without the harsh chemicals, gently massage a mixture of baking soda, water and honey to create a natural brightening and bleaching cleanser. Baking soda has antiseptic and bleaching qualities that make for a perfect exfoliant.

Let the mixture sit on your skin for about ten minutes before rinsing it off with water. This helps to boost blood circulation in your skin without abrasion on your top skin layers. However, if you have sensitive, you may want to skip the baking soda and use a fine-grain Epsom salt instead.

42. Papaya facemask to brighten skin and heal pigmentation.

Papaya is loaded with high concentrations of skin-nourishing anti-oxidants, like Vitamins A, C and E. These helps to oxygenate healthy skin cells, which radiates a more glowing and clear complexion. Papaya is also rich in alpha hydroxy acid, which when applied to the skin helps relieve photo-aged skin.

This also helps to improve skin texture, as it aids to remove dead skin cells, making it smooth, firm and silky. This makes it an excellent remedy for acne and melasma in pregnant women. Papaya also contains an enzyme called papain, which is great minimizing the appearance of scars because of its exfoliating properties.

43. Bath time with milk.

This is probably the most popular skin care and beauty remedy that even the Cleopatra swore by it. It is the easiest and cheapest way to soften and moisturize your skin, all thanks to the fats and proteins found in milk.

It is a beauty secret that you can use to beautify from head to toe, as it is also a good conditioner for the hair. Just fill your tub with lukewarm water and mix in a cup of milk, preferably whole milk, and half a cup of honey. Indulge yourself to a creamy relaxation for a good 10 to 20 minutes to get rid of dead skin cells. You can even add a touch of aroma by mixing a few drops of your favorite essential oil.

44. Fight wrinkles with egg whites.

We all know that applying egg whites on the skin can help get rid of dirt and temporarily give that tight skin. But there are claims that it also works as an anti-wrinkle home remedy. While there is no scientific evidence that proves this claim as of yet, the tightening effect that it creates on the skin may be able to reduce wrinkles and fine lines for a short time.

Think of it as your natural and cheap Botox.

45. Zap acne with witch hazel.

Witch hazel is a common ingredient in toners. It works to clear away excess sebum without drying the skin, making it an excellent herbal treatment of choice for acne-prone. While you can find commercial toners with witch hazel, why not make a DIY apple and witch hazel toner?

Bring to a boil one apple in one half cup of water, strain to a spritzer after cooling. Just add in one-fourth cup of witch hazel and gently mix together. Spritz this to your face and neck and leave it on for 10 minutes before washing it off with warm water. Make sure to put on your moisturizer after.

46. Chamomile for flawless complexion.

The medicinal use of chamomile offers a very long list, which includes skin health benefits. A chamomile infused water spritz can help refresh a sunburned skin. All you need is boil water and add a couple drops of chamomile oil. Let this steep for an hour before transferring it on a spritzer.

Or you can also add a few drops of chamomile oil to almond oil to help relieve burns and eczema.

47. Chocolate for your skin.

You are probably one of the many that have been told that eating chocolates can cause breakouts. But apparently, chocolate, especially the dark variety, is actually good for the skin. In a Fox News Magazine article, cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Oscar Hevia said that it is rich in flavonoids that protect the skin from sunburns and the UV rays, as well as improve skin thickness, hydration and circulation.

It is no wonder that DIY chocolate facemasks are making the rounds with beauty gurus. You can improve your skin’s elasticity by blending 2 to 3 tablespoons of melted dark chocolate that 50-70% percent cocoa together with banana, strawberries, apple and watermelon. Apply this sweet facemask on your skin and leave it on for 20 minutes before rinsing it off with lukewarm water.

48. The perfect facemask using oatmeal.

This is another staple DIY beauty treatment that is suitable for all skin types. All you need is to cook a serving of instant or quick cooking oatmeal and apply on it your face. Leave it on for 10 to 15 minutes before rinsing it off with water. This no fuss home beauty treatment will leave your skin feeling smooth and silky.

49. Garlic to cure acne.

You might cringe at the idea of putting a smelly garlic on your skin, but it is known to have antimicrobial and antibacterial properties that makes it a great anti acne treatment. You can make your own skin clearing garlic solution by mixing together 2 cloves of garlic, 1 teaspoon of honey, green grapes, 3 tablespoons of cornstarch, 1 tablespoon of cornflour, 1 egg and 1 teaspoon of tea tree oil.

To get rid of the garlic stench, you can add in a few drops of your favorite essential oil, like chamomile! But if you want no hassle, simply chop up a clove and massage the sliced clove on your acne for 5 minutes. It may stink but your zits will be gone within 2 days.

50. Brighten skin with kiwis.

These fuzzy green fruits contain high amounts of Vitamin C, which contributes in its brightening effect on the skin. You can create your own kiwi mask by simply mixing 1 cup natural orange juice, 3 tablespoons of plain yogurt, 1 tablespoon of almond oil, a banana and 2 kiwis. Blend these together until smooth in consistency.

Apply the mask for 15 minutes until it becomes dry, and then rinse it off with lukewarm water. Complete the treatment with a moisturizer afterwards.

But if you are one of those beauty fanatics who do not want to fumble through the kitchen cupboard for a DIY beauty treatment, you can just head on out to your nearest store and take a look at these 10 Best Anti-aging creams brands.

51. L’Occitane Anti-Ageing Divine Cream

From its honey-colored eco-friendly bottle, the L’Occitane Anti-Ageing Divine Cream feels like liquid gold and melts smoothly into the skin. It contains high concentrations of a rare species of plant called Imortelle, as its active ingredient, that is cultivated in their own field in Corsica, France. This ingredient is also known as everlasting flower and is distinguished for its anti-aging properties.

It helps to regenerate the skin’s youthful appearance by nourishing it, reducing wrinkles, firms the skin by 98% and strengthens the skin’s elasticity by 91%. It also helps visibly reduce density of dark spots within just one month of use and provides the skin vitality and glow.

While the product is expensive, reviews of users is a testament that they have achieved a youthful-looking skin with continued use.

52. Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Cream

We have stated earlier that ample sleep at night helps the skin regenerate and repair itself. And what better way to even boost this action than applying an ultra-light night repair cream that helps fight all key signs of skin aging with its patented ChronoluxCB Technology.

The Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Cream is one of the more expensive, but excellent, anti-aging cream brands. It is suitable for all skin types and ethnicities, oil-free, fragrance-free and anti-acnegenic, which means it does not clog the pores. The product is known is significantly reduce fine lines and wrinkles, hydrates the skin by 82% and a more radiant and even-toned skin.

53. Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate

Using this product allows you to wake up to younger skin with lines diminished, texture refined and radiance restored. This is all thanks to the 10 essential oils that it contains that complements and boosts the skin’s reparative action at night.

Evening primrose oil helps skin barrier repair and boost radiance, squalene helps to instantly restore and replenish the skin with its rapid healing lipids and lavender oil stimulates the skin’s repair process and soothes the skin for a fresher look. It is paraben, mineral oil, fragrance and water-free.

The Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate works great with the Midnight Recovery Eye Cream and Ultra Facial Cream.

54. Olay Total Effects

When it comes to anti-aging products, Olay is never out of the list. The Olay Total Effects is probably one of the most longstanding anti-aging creams that have proven to result in younger-looking skin.

It contains an exclusive VitaNiacin formula that effectively addresses the 7 signs of skin aging, which has made it popular. It helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, age spots, smooth skin’s rough texture, minimize pores, improve skin tone and hydrate and sooth dry skin. It comes in a complete line of moisturizer and cleansers offering a total solution to skin aging. Not only that, it is one of the more cheaper anti-aging skin brands.

55. Garnier Ultra-Lift Transformer

Yet another anti-aging brand that is cheap but promises to reduce wrinkles and target age spots, which helps to even out the tone and texture of all skin types. It contains micro-pigments that corrects imperfections and enhances skin radiance. It is formulated with first-grade ingredients, like Vitamin E, peptides, exfoliator and antioxidants, which helps to boost the cells’ natural renewal process. It is also hydrating and firms the skin in just 5 days. It is non-greasy, non-comedogenic and is formulated with an SPF 20 broad spectrum sun protection. Truly, it is an all-in-one skincare product.

56. La Mer Lifting Contouring Serum

Luxury skincare brand is defined in Crème de La Mer Lifting Contouring Serum, which costs a whopping $320 for a 30 ml bottle. It contains a perennial brown algae and marine peptides that help to promote natural collagen production and a precious cell-renewing Miracle Broth that visibly firms the skin that elevates the contours and transforms the facial definition, which include the jowls and jawlines.

It recommends to perform the two-minute massage technique when applying the product on the skin. This action helps to stimulate muscle memory and improve micro-stimulation resulting in a more lifted and youthful appearance. For optimum results, it can be paired with the La Mer Lifting intensifier and The Lifting and Firming Mask.

57. L’Oreal Youth Code Boosting Essence

Costing just a little under than $40, the L’Oreal Youth Code Boosting Essence can be an excellent anti-aging product to include in your vanity cabinet. It is formulated with three secrets that helps restore the skin’s capacity to recover and regenerate. It is developed with the pro-Gen Technology, which increases the recovery genes of cells that involved in renewal, contains Adenosine, which helps slow down aging, and Hydroxyethylpiperazine Ethane Sulfonic Acid, which improves the absorption of the active ingredients.

It is applies smoothly on the skin, with other users attesting to noticing significant effects immediately after absorption of the product. While it does not address fine lines and wrinkles, the Boosting Essence makes the skin smooth and supple.

58. Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Serum

If you want a quick fix to your aging lines woes, Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Serum is an excellent brand of choice. It contains a unique combination of Retinol SA, Glucose complex and hyaluronic acid, which makes it an effective brand to smooth fine lines, fade the appearance of crow’s feet and diminishes age spots.

It has lightweight and silky feel serum that moisturizes and renews the skin throughout the day. The great thing about it is that you will be able to see noticeable results in just one week of use. Add to the fact that this instant youth in a tube only costs about $20 in the shelves.

59. Clinique for Men Anti-Age Moisturizer

We can never complete the list without including an anti-aging cream targeted to the male demographic. Clinique for Men Anti-Age Moisturizer is an all-in-one beauty product for men who do not want the fuss of applying numerous of product on the face.

It is a lightweight, oil-free formula that provides ample hydration and improves the skin’s condition. It combats lines, wrinkles and dullness with its strengthening and firming ingredients that is quickly absorbed by the skin. Men fighting the signs of aging will certainly come out revitalized and fresh-faced when using this product.

60. Max Lab Series Overnight Renewal Serum

Lab Series is Estee Lauder’s answer to the beauty needs specifically for men. The Max Lab Series Overnight Renewal Serum is formulated to work for all skin types in revitalizing the skin’s texture the following morning. You will surely wake with much smoother and supple skin, like you had the most amazing restful sleep.

The opulent serum is inspired by Sirtuin technology and contains the Molecular Age-Less Complex. It contains several antioxidants and is extremely lightweight and non-greasy texture, which makes it an excellent choice for even the oiliest skin in men.

While the list is among the best in the anti-aging cream brands, it is still always good to remember that the effectiveness of the product greatly depends on your skin’s biological make-up. Some of these products may have very profound results, while others may only experience minimal improvements. Also, make sure that you continue to use the product for at least one month before deciding on ditching it because it takes time for your skin to truly absorb the ingredients in the cream. So be patient!

But if you are not patient and want to get comparably more instant results, here are 10 Outrageous Beauty Treatments that you might want to try for yourself.

But if you are not patient and want to get comparably more instant results, here are 10 Outrageous Beauty Treatments that you might want to try for yourself.

61. Flame Facial

Nothing is more outrageous than setting your face on fire to have youthful-looking skin. The Flame Facial, or also known as Huǒ liáo, rose as one of the hottest (no pun intended) beauty treatments in China in early 2013. The procedure is performed by applying a “special elixir” on the skin and a towel soaked in alcohol before setting to the target area. According to a Dailymail UK article, the treatment stimulates the skin and eliminates sagging and the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. It is even said to cure a variety of conditions – from obesity to the common colds.

62. Chocolate Facial

You might have been familiar about the myth that chocolate aggravates skin conditions, specifically acne. However, dark chocolate has actually shown several beauty benefits because of its high flavonoid content, as well as the fact that this sweet decadence reduces stress, which diminishes collagen breakdown. But some spas have taken this chocolate advantage on beauty on a whole new level with chocolate facial treatments. It involves slathering melted chocolate on the face and the body. It is said that this helps to deliver the flavonoids deep into the skin to fight the signs of aging and activate cellular rejuvenation.

63. Beer Baths

If melted chocolate does not entice you, you might want to try soaking yourself in a beer bath. Beer baths are a common beauty treatment in Europe, which is said to have originated in Germany. It uses warm bath water mixed with naturally brewed beer. It is said to help the skin to recover and restore, as well as aid in the absorption of vitamins and skin benefitting components.

64. Bull Semen Hair Treatment

Sometimes, youth does not only radiate from the skin, but the condition of your hair can even age you out. And if you want your hair to be ever thick and shiny, getting a bull semen hair treatment could very well do the trick. At Hari’s Spa in London, they offer clients a hair treatment that uses organically produced bull semen from an Aberdeen-Angus bull. It is mixed with a protein-rich plant called Katera that penetrates deeply into the hair follicle, which leaves it moisturized, nourished and shiny. And just to point out, they say that it does not smell.

65. Bee Venom Facial

Going natural is all the buzz lately. So, if you want a natural alternative to the ever-popular Botox injections, then you want to get the Bee Venom Facial treatment. According to an Express article, this beauty rejuvenating treatment is the secret to Kate Middleton’s glowing complexion and smooth skin. It uses a facial mask that contains bee venom that instantly lifts the skin, reducing the fine lines and wrinkles, as well as reduces scars and heals acne. Other stars who swore by it are Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, Simon Cowell, Victoria Beckham and Kylie Minogue. This anti-aging treatment comes at a whopping £100 price tag.

66. Bird Poop Facial

Ever wondered why the Japanese have porcelain-like skin? Well, their secret is out and it is because of bird poop facial. Also called Uguisu no fun or Geisha Facial, it uses the excrement of a nightingale called Japanese bush warbler and has been used since the ancient Japanese times. It is traditionally used to remove the heavy makeup worn by kabukis and geishas. It is also said to help whiten the skin, balance skin tone and address hyperpigmentation.

The excrements are collected in nightingale farms, where the birds are fed with organic seeds. The guano is scraped from the cages and UV sterilized before being ground into fine white powder. The powder is typically mixed with water and rice bran to form a paste and used as an exfoliator. David and Victoria Beckham are some of the most well-known celebrities who have used the treatment. And recently, One Direction member Harry Styles is the latest in the list of celebrities who swore to the treatment’s beauty benefit.

67. Gold Facial

If want to have a luxurious beauty treatment, then gold facial is for you. It uses a facial mask made out of 24 karat gold foil and is sometimes mixed with other ingredients, like sandalwood, honey and saffron. The gold is said to help eliminate toxins from the skin and speed up the regeneration of the skin cells. It is also said to diminish fine lines and wrinkles, giving you a more youthful-looking skin.

68. Vampire Facelift

How does blood as a natural beauty treatment sound to you? Vampire Facelift uses platelet-rich fibrin matrix (PRFM), a gel-like substance, derived from your own blood. This is then reinjected on multiple areas of the skin to reduce wrinkles and provide a delicate lift to the skin. Instead of using artificial and foreign substances to your skin, this is a more natural approach and pose little risk and complications, since it uses your own blood. This treatment came into popularity when Kim Kardashian underwent with the procedure in their television show “Kourteney and Kim Take Miami” in 2013.

69. Sulfur Baths

It may smell like rotten eggs, but if you want to really look and feel young, then a couple of sessions of sulfur baths could do your skin and body very well. Sulfur baths, or products that contain sulfur, are known to help treat uneven skin tone, psoriasis, eczema, dandruff and warts. Not only that, sulfur baths has a long list of health benefits, which include treatment to arthritis, allergic rhinitis and diminishes inflammation. And this warm spa and beauty treatment is surely relaxing and a definite stress reliever.

70. Diamond Creams

If the gold facial is not luxurious enough for you, how about applying a facial cream infused with diamonds? This youth treatment anchors its effectiveness in the powers of gemstones as healing agents. Extra-fine diamond powder helps to efficiently exfoliate dead skin cells on the top layer of the skin. This helps for other beauty products and its components to be properly absorbed into the skin. It helps the skin become more elastic, firmer and younger-looking.

If you are not adventurous enough to try out these outrageous beauty treatments, you can always go for the more conventional list of 15 Non-Invasive Treatments.

71. Botox Injection

Based on the 2013 data of both the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) and the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), Botox injection tops the list in the most requested cosmetic procedure in both men and women. In the ASPS data, there were over 6 million Botox procedures performed, beating surgical cosmetic treatments. It uses a substance called botulinum toxin, which temporarily paralyzes and blocks the signal for muscle activity. In essence, when there is no movement, then wrinkles are not formed. This action is the reason why Botox injections are effective in diminishing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

However, it is important to only approach credible doctors who are trained in administering the treatment to create subtle and natural-looking results. In the hands of inexperienced professionals, it can cause for a frozen look that is usually negatively associated with Botox.

72. Dermal Fillers

Dermal Fillers comes at a close second as the most requested minimally-invasive procedure according to ASPS. The procedure uses soft tissue fillers to restore the volume and fullness of the skin. The most common fillers are Restylane, Juvederm, Perlane and Artecoll. This helps to smoothen out the skin with apparent wrinkles and fine lines. Aside from being an anti-wrinkle treatment, it is also used to improve the appearance of scars, plump up the lips, as well as used for contouring the jawline, plumping up the cheeks and in improving the shape of the nose.

Similar with Botox, dermal fillers are a temporary fix but provide long-lasting results of up to 12 months. It is also wise to have the treatment done by certified aestheticians or doctors to achieve natural-looking results.

73. Chemical Peels

Chemical Peels is a treatment that uses a solution to slough off different layers of the skin to improve and smooth out the texture. It is an excellent treatment for acne scars, uneven skin tone, pigmentation, sun-damaged skin, enlarged pores, fine lines and wrinkles.

The type of chemical will depend on your skin condition and needs. Superficial or light peels, like alphahydroxy, glycolic, lactic, salicylic and maleic acid, help to renew the outer layer of the skin. Medium peels, on the other hand, are effective for improving deeper lines, acne scars and uneven skin tone. Lastly, the deep peel, which uses a strong chemical called phenol, penetrates the deep layers of the skin to remove deeper lines, sun-damaged skin and also precancerous skin growth.

Depending on the type of chemical used, the amount of downtime will greatly vary. But generally, the stronger the solution, the longer the healing period, which will include the recovery of redness and swelling on the skin. While there are over-the-counter chemical peel treatments, it is always best to seek out professional advice.

74. Mosaic Laser Skin Resurfacing

Mosaic Skin Laser Resurfacing Treatment is a type and the latest in the fractional laser technologies. It is a great treatment for sun-damaged skin, age spots, acne, fine line and wrinkles. It is also used for reducing keloid and hypertrophic scars, hyperpigmentation and stretch marks.

It uses a technology called Controlled Chaos Technology or CCT to stimulate the natural healing process of the skin to reveal a new and rejuvenated skin layer. The laser penetrates the deeper layers of the skin without damaging the skin surface. It helps to stimulate the natural production on collagen and elastin and works its wonder from deep within the skin.

The treatment is typically performed within 5 to 30 minutes, depending on the area of the skin. It takes about 2 to 3 days for the swelling and redness to subside. However, it is suggested to minimize direct exposure to sunlight for the next 4 weeks following the treatment. Usually, it takes 3 to 5 sessions with a 2 to 6-week interval to enjoy the maximum and desired results.

75. Thermage CPT

Thermage is a non-invasive skin tightening treatment that uses radio frequency and has gained quite a popularity over the years. Initially, it is known for its painful procedure, albeit its effectiveness. However recently, the latest in the Thermage technology uses Comfort Pulse Technology or CPT to deliver its action in tightening, contouring and smoothening the skin. The Thermage CPT is performed using a vibrating handheld instrument that delivers uniformed and controlled pulses. To provide better comfort, each pulse is administered with a cooling system that is delivered before and after every vibration. This helps to stimulate collagen and elastin production, which helps reveal a smoother and tighter skin texture.

The best thing about Thermage CPT is that it can be used to improve fine lines, wrinkles and sagging in the face, around the eyes, jowls, neck, arms, thighs, buttocks and abdomen. Results can be appreciated immediately after each treatment and improvements can be seen up to 6 months into the treatment, as your body generates new collagen. It only takes one treatment to enjoy these results.

And since it is non-invasive, it can be an excellent lunchtime treatment, as it entails little to no downtime and can be performed for 45 to 90 minutes. A-list celebrity Gwyneth Paltrow has sworn to the Thermage CPT effects and credits it for her youthful complexion.

76. Ultherapy

Another non-invasive skin tightening and lifting treatment is Ultherapy. It works similarly like Thermage in that it stimulates collagen production. However, instead of radio frequency, it uses ultrasound to deliver its effects. Ultrasound gel is applied on the skin to provide the doctor an image on the appropriate treatment area to target the ultrasound energy. It is efficient in treating mild to moderate sagging in the face, neck and brow line. While it is FDA cleared for the face, body contouring and tightening is still currently off-label. But, there have been reports that the results on the body is also promising.

77. Lipomassage

When it comes to looking young, sometimes a toned and proportioned body can go a long way. Immediately, people would automatically associate fat reduction with exercise and even the surgical procedure called liposuction. However, if you want a faster result but without the invasiveness, lipomassage could be the right treatment for you.

Lipomassage is a natural slimming and body contouring technique. It uses a patented motorized roller that gently and intensively conditions the skin tissues to revitalize blood and lymphatic circulation, eliminate fat deposits and reactivate lipolysis. It also stimulates collagen and elastin production, which helps in firming sagging skin. It takes about 6 treatments to enjoy maximum results.

78. Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is a technique that gently exfoliates the outermost layer of the skin using an abrasion tool. It works by removing the stratum corneum or the outermost layer, which signals the body to replace the lost skin cells with new skin layers. Essentially, it triggers a healing response and process revealing a smoother skin. This treatment is an excellent anti-aging procedure that targets visible skin imperfections, like sun damage, fine lines and blemishes. However, it is important to treat your skin with moisturizer after the treatment, as it temporarily strips off the moisture from the skin.

79. Acculift

This non-surgical treatment claims and promises to take away 10 to 20 years off your face. Acculift is also known as Laser Assisted Facial Contouring or Laser Assisted Neck Contouring. It is said to be the first and only laser-assisted contouring treatment that tightens the skin, stimulates collagen formation and contours the facial and body features, all at the same time. It uses a technology called Parallel Vector Technique, which carefully inserts absorbable surgical fibers into the various layers of the skin. This helps to give a fresher, more natural-looking, firmer and smoother skin with little to no downtime and minimal discomfort.

80. Intense Pulse Light

If you are suffering from aging skin and unwanted hair, Intense Pulse Light is the two-in-one treatment solution. Also known as Photorejuventaion and Photofacial, it uses a broad-spectrum light source together with various cutout filters to the target the chromophores in the skin, which are a part of a molecule that reflects and absorbs light. IPL is an excellent procedure for sun-damaged skin, stretch marks, age spots, rosacea and spider veins. Also, it is used as a treatment of choice to permanently reduce unwanted hair.

81. Sculptra

Sculptra is an injectable filler that uses a propriety formulation of poly L lactic acid (PLLA). It helps in gradually giving you a natural looking and more recontouring of the face. It works similarly like a dermal filler in that it replaces lost collagen, which restores the fullness of shallow lines and wrinkles. The effects of Sculptra are best appreciated after several treatments with results that could last up to two years. However, this anti-aging treatment has limitations. Unlike dermal fillers, it cannot be used in the lips and periorbital area. Also, this procedure is not recommended for those who are prone to keloid formation.

82. 3Deep

Another anti-aging procedure that uses radio frequency is 3Deep. It is developed by a company called EndyMed and is a quick, painless treatment that provides body contouring and facial skin tightening. It uses a multi-source and phase-controlled RF technology, which stimulates collagen contraction and remodeling by heating the underlying skin layers while preserving the outer layer. Unlike the similar procedure of Thermage, 3Deep does not require any cooling to the skin.

83. CoolSculpting

Speaking of cooling, how about losing unwanted and excess fats without burning them? CoolSculpting or Fat Freezing is an innovative procedure that literally freezes fat cells causing it to die and flushed naturally out from your body. It uses a device that cools a localized area of your body and works efficiently in reducing excess fats that cannot be burned through exercise and diet. It can help improve the appearance of love handles, muffin tops and bra bulges.

It is FDA-approved and proven safe to eliminated unwanted fat cells with no downtime. This means that you can immediately go back to your usual daily routines after the procedure. While you may experience side effects, such as swelling, tingling, cramping, itching, numbing and tenderness in the area, this will usually go away after several days into the treatment. Also, the results are proven to be permanent in the targeted areas, as crystallized fat cells that are destroyed will never grow back. However, it is important that this procedure is not aimed at reducing excess weight. But rather, it is a supplement to diet and exercise in getting rid of stubborn fats.

84. Fractional Laser Skin Treatment

One of the more common skin rejuvenating procedures is the Fractional Laser Skin Treatment. Also referred with the brand name of Fraxel, it uses erbium laser to heat the deeper layers of the skin, which spares and promotes rapid healing of the outer skin layers. It is considered to be a milder procedure compared with CO2 Laser Treatment that is safe for all skin types and is FDA-approved as treatment for wrinkles, acne scars and skin discoloration.

However, you should know that the procedure does involve minimal downtime of 2 to 3 days for swelling and redness. It is also recommended to undergo 3 to 5 treatment sessions spaced out with 2 to 4 weeks interval to really appreciate maximum results. But even after the first procedure, you will be able to notice improvement of fine lines and brown spots.

85. CO2 Laser Treatment

Yet another anti-aging laser treatment is CO2 Laser Treatment. It works similarly with Mosaic and Fractional Laser Skin Treatments. However, the difference is in the type of laser being used. Also referred as Fractional CO2, it uses CO2 laser and is considered to be more aggressive or ablative compared with the former two laser treatments. It works well in improving wrinkles, age spots and skin texture problems.

It takes a recommended 1 to 2 sessions to achieve the best results. However, this skin treatment takes a longer downtime and will involve crusting of the skin, as it creates perforations in the skin. The old CO2 laser technology is known to be painful, for healing issues and causes hypopigmentation. However, the latest Fractional CO2 addresses these issues.

These non-invasive anti-aging treatments have really to be effective in shedding years off your skin and body. But some will require several treatment sessions to really appreciate the best results and most offer gradual effects. However, you may also want to take a look at these 15 Surgical Treatments for your quest of youthful beauty.

86. Surgical Facelift

No surgical treatment exemplifies anti-aging best than the popular surgical facelift. It is technically known as rhytidectomy and ranks number 5 in the top surgical cosmetic procedures in 2013 according to the ASPS report. It even showed a notable gain of 6% compared to the 2012 data with a total of 133,000 procedures performed. There are several approaches in performing the procedure, which varies in the incision type, invasiveness and area of the face that is being treated. But generally, it involves the removal of excess facial skin and redraped and closed with sutures or staples. Because of its invasiveness, it may take to as long as 6 weeks for most swelling to go down and residual swelling can take a few more months before it completely settles. You may go back to your usual activities 2 to 3 weeks into the treatment.

87. Blepharoplasty

They say that the eyes are the windows to the soul, but we say that the skin around the eye area is the window to betraying your skin’s age. Blepharoplasty is a surgical cosmetic procedure typically performed to create an eyelid crease in individuals who have monolids, most especially among Asians. It is for this reason that it is also referred to as the East Asian blepharoplasty or Asian double eyelid surgery. It involves the removal of excess fat pads under the eyelids to create a crease making the eyes look bigger and bolder. In fact, it is one of the most requested cosmetic procedures among Asians and number 3 in the top surgical cosmetics procedures in the ASPS report.

However, it can also be used to improve droopy eyelids, which becomes common as we age. For this purpose, excess skin around the upper and lower eyelid area will be removed to create a tighter and smoother appearance of the eye area. This can be performed together with surgical facelift.

88. Brow lifts

The forehead lift, or more commonly referred to as brow lift, is a cosmetic procedure that elevates a drooping forehead by changing the position of the soft tissues of the forehead. This helps to correct sagging eyebrow lines, forehead skin and even remove deep-seated wrinkles. There are two approaches used in performing this cosmetic procedure, which include the Classic Lift and Endoscopic Lift. The main difference between the two varies in the type and area of incision. Generally, the Classic Lift entails longer recovery period, as the approach involves making a long continuous incision on the hairline.

89. Liposuction

To help you out achieve the ideal form, look and feel younger and get rid of the excess fats and weight just would not budge, liposuction offers that solution. Also known as lipoplasty, fat remodeling or simply as “lipo”, it involves the removal of fats from the different sites of the body using a cannula, or hollow tube, and suction device called as aspirator. However, the procedure should be performed meticulously by a board certified cosmetic surgeon to make sure that the right amount fat is removed without causing disturbance in the blood vessels and tissues. Also, a keep eye for aesthetic detail is greatly involved to reduce the incidence of dimpling or wrinkling of the treated area. This can be performed in wide area of the body, which includes the arms, thighs and belly area.

90. Breast augmentation

For women, the shape of the breast is a great factor in creating a more womanly figure that epitomizes youthful beauty. No wonder it is considered the top cosmetic procedure among women. And it is also not surprising that more than half of the total breast procedures performed in the US were done among women in their 30s and 40s based on the ASPS data. The procedure involves making an incision in the breast area and inserting an implant to achieve a desired size, form and shape of the breast. The type of implant to be used also dictates the aesthetic outcome of the new breast and the recovery and healing period.

91. Breast Lift

Gravity plus aging is clearly a lethal adversary when you want to look younger. And the case of women, it is not just the face that is a victim of sagging, but the breasts, as well. No matter how smooth or lifted your face is, but when your breasts are not as pert as when you were in your prime, people can still detect your real age. Breast lift, or mastopexy, is a surgical procedure that brings back the pertness to your breasts without necessarily adding volume or size. It involves the removal of excess skin and tissues, overstretched ligaments and transposing of the nipple higher up the breasts. This is an obvious cosmetic procedure among women who are beyond their 30s.

92. Tummy tuck

Abdominoplasty, or more commonly known as Tummy Tuck, is often confused with the popular liposuction. However, liposuction works by removing fats from the abdomen and other areas of the body. Tummy tuck, on the other hand, is performed by removing the excess fats, as well as the skin, and repairing the damaged tissues in the abdomen area alone. This results to a smoother and firmer tummy area. This is often performed on patients who have undergone pregnancy or major weight loss, which caused a considerable amount of skin to sag.

93. Buttock Lift

Your body might be all tight and lifted on the front, but do not forget the back side. A sagging derriere can be your downfall in looking younger. Buttock Lift, or Lipectomy, is a procedure that involves improving or removing excess and sagging skin from the buttocks area and tightening it. It raises and diminishes the appearance of dimpling and wrinkling in the buttocks area

94. Neck Lift

Having problems with your neck looking like you are growing a turkey wattle? Neck lift, or platysmaplasty, is a cosmetic procedure that involves tightening of excess skin to diminish sagging and wrinkling in the neck area. It also involves the removal of fat, as well as tightening of muscles and connective tissues to achieve a tauter and smoother neck. This is an excellent anti-aging procedure to be performed together with a brow lift, Botox injections or Dermal Fillers.

95. Rhinoplasty

Sometimes all it takes is making subtle changes in the facial features to achieve a youthful appearance. A nose job or rhinoplasty might be the last procedure in your mind to look younger, but you might be surprised that 40% of the total rhinoplasty procedures in 2013 were performed in patients who are in their 40s and 50s. An enhanced nose can help create a sharper facial feature and works well with some non-invasive skin tightening treatments.

97. Chin augmentation

Chin augmentation is a procedure that involves the insertion of an implant, similar to those used in rhinoplasty, to improve the shape and appearance of the chin. This helps to balance the overall facial features, which can help create a sharper and more defined face.

98. Cheek Implants

Another facial implant that can help create a more contoured and youthful face is cheek implants. This helps to restore the fullness and proportion of the facial structure and correct facial asymmetry. In the hands of an experienced and certified doctor, this procedure can help lift the face creating a more youthful appearance.

99. Hair Transplant

The bane of every man’s existence is hair loss. And we all know that baldness is almost always associated with old age rather than with wisdom. But you might be surprised to learn that 40% of men will experience noticeable hair loss by the time they reach the prime age of 35 years old. Male pattern baldness can be treated in a variety of approaches, from medication to low laser light therapy. But is these methods have not work for you, the last resort would be to get a hair transplant done. It involves the removal of hair follicles in the donor site and transplanting it in the balding area. It is a meticulous process that will definitely pay off in bringing back the glory to your head and making you look younger with lush and thick hair.

100. Lower Body Lift

If you want a head to toe makeover, you can go full on by completing your anti-aging treatments with a surgical lower body lift. This involves improving the shape and tone of your lower body by removing excess sagging skin and fat. This usually performed in the abdominal area, buttocks, groin and inner and outer thighs. This treatment are best for those who have undergone major weight loss, aging and genetic factors that contribute to poor skin elasticity. This procedure is also used to improve the appearance of cellulite and can be done in conjunction with a liposuction.

For all of these 15 surgical treatments, it is important to only approach credible, highly experienced and board-certified cosmetic surgeons. Do your research well, not just about the procedure, but also the doctor that you will approach. Consult with a doctor that will listen to your realistic expectations and will provide you with recommendations that will give you natural-looking aesthetic outcome without compromising your healing and safety.

101. Living a Healthy Lifestyle and Maintaining a Positive Disposition

These 100 ways to look younger will surely provide you with tons of options in feeling good by looking ever youthful. But the best way to look and feel young is to do it skin deep – live a healthy lifestyle and surround yourself with good vibes and the best positive attitude!

 

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