9 Easy Tips for Looking and Feeling Younger

Use oil to hydrate skin

National Institute on Aging: Aging skin grows drier. Dry skin looks parched and wrinkled. For younger-looking skin, you must restore hydration. In a 2021 International Journal of Cosmetic Science research.

Wear the right bra

Gravity affects everyone, but well-fitting bras can make any form seem younger. Pop-culture research states that more than 80% of women are wearing the wrong size bra, says Focus on Style creator Sharon Haver.

Straighten up

Seniors sometimes lean down, making them seem weaker. Luckily, there's a simple way to seem younger instantly: Holly Schiff, PsyD, a Connecticut body language therapist, advises sitting by elongating your neck.

Exfoliate weekly

Alves says aged skin dulls. To combat that, exfoliate. Chemical and physical face exfoliants exist. Chemical exfoliators remove dead skin cells to expose new skin using harmless chemicals.

Wear fitted clothing

Don't hide in enormous, baggy clothes dress for your size, not your past size. Sharp, tailored lines help prevent frumpiness. Haver advises against hiding in clothes and standing tall and proud in well-fitting ones.

Go easy on the makeup

Choose nudes and gentle pinks to seem youthful instead of heavy makeup in darker hues. Hold lightly. "As we age, our skin loosens and is not as taut as it once was, so the more makeup you apply, the more it can move, settle.

Use a primer

Looking for more nightlife coverage? Apply a primer to your face after hydrating but before applying a good foundation for older skin. Primers temporarily fill up fine lines, making the foundation rest on a flat surface.

Drink plenty of water

We are mainly water, and our skin is our largest organ. Hydrate to prevent dryness, dullness, and wrinkles. The more hydrated you are, the more plump, subtle and youthful your skin will appear, adds Palinski-Wade.

Cut back on sugar

Cookies, ice cream, cake? Yum. If you want your skin to age gracefully and look its best, limit sweets. A 2020 Nutrients research indicated that high-sugar diets accelerate skin aging, worsening facial wrinkles.