Are your wrinkles the result of your habits?

sunglasses+can+help+you+avoid+squinting+which+could+lead+to+wrinkles_3356_800770001_0_0_14056489_300It's natural for skin to lose some of its elasticity and brightness as we age, but there are a lot of ways you can prevent and even reverse the signs of aging. One of the best ways is to use beauty products with plenty of potent ingredients like antioxidants, collagen and retinol, but before you pick these up, it's important to make sure your habits aren't what's causing your fine lines and wrinkles.

If you've been noticing crow's feet and fine lines around your eyes that have been making your tube mascara and liquid eyeliner fall flat, it might be because you're squinting your eyes a lot.

"Muscle contractions in the face cause the skin lying over them to be pushed, pulled and scrunched," one dermatologist told Allure Magazine. "Many lines in the upper part of the face are caused by these multiple repetitive movements."

If you think this type of movement might be responsible for those unsightly wrinkles, it's time to take action. Pick up a fashionable pair of sunglasses that cover your entire eye area so you're not struggling to see in the sun, and avoid reading when you don't have bright light - otherwise you might find yourself squinting to see the words on the page, reports the news source.


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