10 Ways To Keep Your Youthful Demeanor

Read as many magazines that flash youth at you, and use up precious time -- snuffing up  "same stuff" is like eating radishes -- bleeting repeaters.

Here's a wrap-up of ten tips to make you look glam-bam-wham great!

Dab on sunscreen. Start at dawn. Seriously,  before you even grow "lines", smear on some age-ridding goo that works. First signs of aging are fine lines, wrinkles, discoloration, rough texture and sagging.
Next, do Retinoids; they exfoliate (the high class word for erasing lines on skin) and boost your skin's natural collagen production. Exfoliation is the pepper-upper word for removing the uppermost layers of dead skin, cells that cause the skin to look dull and old before its time. Use a scrub, acid or skincare brush, to keep a fresh, healthy younger-looking skin.

Try to relax. (Where have you heard that before?)  Stress causes a whopping crop of cortisol which forces blood sugar levels to spike, leading to glycation. That's a fancy word for welcoming wrinkles after skin has been compromised.

Watch what you eat. If you don't, others won't watch you at all. If your diet is high on sugars, that ole debbil glycation rears its ugly head.
Rethink your bedding. Satin pillowcases don't pull on your face or tug while  you sleep. (Sustains your hair-do too.  Other pillows are a hair-don't.)
Update your makeup. Forget wearing colors you wore ages ago. A new look will do wonders. Get  your beauty sleep. Lack of snoozing gives cortisol an opening. Exercise to get your heartbeat up because the increased blood flow to the skin, prompts your body to produce endorphins, so it makes you feel super slick too.
Always use skincare products you use on your face to grease up the backs of your hands. Nothing shows aging like one's hands. Why do you think women wore glovs when they wanted to look fashionable? Got another question: take a look at what women are wearing these days. Fashionable they ain't. WHAT THEY NEED IS A BODY GLOVE! 

Let a smile be your umbrella on a rainy afternoon. Moisture can't hoit cha.