It's time to use an eye cream. It's time to use a night cream. In my recent interest I stumbled across these beauty tips which included one regarding sleep habits:
"I frequently see women with deeper wrinkles on one side of their face — the side they sleep on, of course," says New York dermatologist Heidi A. Waldorf. To avoid "sleep lines," opt for silk or satin pillowcases and pile on the anti-aging products.
Are you kidding me? Sleep causes wrinkles? Apparently it's true. Heather Locklear did an interview with Shape magazine and said she swears by sleeping on her back, a trick her mom taught her 20 years ago. I'm gonna venture to say she looks pretty dang good. So, I tried it. It was so very uncomfortable. I couldn't sleep. I guess I need to get myself a silk pillow case.
- Control your facial expressions. More animated expressions mean more creases, and creases eventually become wrinkles. It might be difficult, but try to do away with frowning, eyebrow raising, and squinting. Don't stop smiling or laughing, however. A genuine smile causes crow's feet around your eyes but the power of sincere joy against wrinkles may be stronger than the effects of not smiling...
I'm not talking about drastic measures here, I'm just trying to consistently wear my sunglasses, and sunscreen. What products do you use? What works for you?