We all strive for smooth, wrinkle free skin that looks young and vibrant. Before turning to injections or surgery take a look at these tips. They may just help you turn back the hands of time without the risk of knife or needle.

Antioxidant rich foods including fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, and beans help protect your skin from free radical attacks. Free radicals are unstable molecules that steal electrons from healthy cells causing damage such as wrinkles. Eating plenty of antioxidant rich resources will help keep your cells functioning properly and will help your skin look younger. Antioxidants have the ability to keep free radicals from harming your cells.

LED light therapy, such as the DPL Therapy System, harness energy from light to repair, heal, rejuvenate, renew, energize, and stimulate collagen production. Red LED (light emitting diodes) in wavelengths ranging from 630-660 nanometers and infrared wavelengths at 880nm have the ability to permeate the skin where they have immense benefits for the skin. Studies have shown that this gentle treatment reduces wrinkles, diminishes age spots, lessens scarring, shrinks pores, and evens out skin tone. It’s a non-invasive anti-aging option that will promote healthy looking skin.

Certain peptides have the power to communicate with skin cells instructing them to behave in a certain way. Some prompt collagen production, some inhibit the reactions that cause muscle contractions, while others stimulate the lower levels of the skin to heal themselves. Using a peptide serum will help to encourage more vibrant skin with fewer wrinkles.

Exfoliating your skin 2-3 times a week will help remove dead skin cells and will stimulate faster cell renewal. As you polish away the dead skin cells from the surface of your skin, fresh new cells can move up revealing a smoother and healthier complexion. Consistent exfoliation will also help your other skin care products work more effectively.

Sunscreen goes without saying, but I’m going to say it anyway. You need to be applying a sunscreen every single day, without fail. Although sunscreen won’t repair wrinkles it will help prevent new ones and will help keep existing ones from getting worse. Sunscreen is an important part of any skin care regimen.

You can’t stop the years from ticking by but you can do things to help your skin look younger. Obtain and maintain a healthy complexion by taking care of yourself inside and out. The reward will be great!

Author's Bio: 

Victoria Girard is dedicated to helping others obtain beautiful skin. She offers advice, resources, product information, and much more at RevealGreatSkin.com