In the beginning, when human genes were discovered, scientists thought that genes were responsible for how we turn out. The diseases, disorders, and condition we may inherit and other factors such as how we age. In more recent times, scientists have discovered that it is not just about the genes we inherit, our genes are directly influenced by our environment and lifestyle. Our lifestyle determines which genes are switched on and off, and which genes are expressed. Reducing stress, improving diet and increasing exercise may do more than simply slow the ageing process. It could actually reverse it.


 Stress management techniques such as practicing yoga, counseling, regular moderate exercise and getting at least 8 hours of sleep every night will make a big impact on slowing or even reversing ageing. Do something you enjoy, every day. Take the dog for a walk, go for a swim, meditate, or read a favorite book. Stress triggers stress hormones which over time can cause raised inflammation in the body, accelerating ageing. So you need to manage your stress levels for a more youthful skin and body.


Good nutrition will feed the cells essential nutrients, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants to protect the longevity of your cells. Poor nutrition, on the other hand, will cause cellular stress, inflammation and toxin build up, resulting in a body and skin that ages faster. Avoid smoking, excessive alcohol, and chemically altered foods (processed foods such as cereals, sweets, deli meats and junk food). Avoid pre-packaged and convenience foods, because these contain chemicals to preserve the food, colors, flavor enhancers, excessive amounts of salt and sugar. Chemically laden foods are the biggest contributors to ageing and disease.
Choose fresh and raw where possible, opting for green leafy salads and colour rich fruit vegetables such as broccoli, capsicum, berries, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, kale, purple potatoes, avocados, and include some nuts and seeds. Eat less red meat and more fish as fish has omega rich essential fatty acids which are powerful antioxidants, fighting ageing. Good nutrition is essential to reversing ageing.


How well you care for your skin is the “environment” part. Protecting your skin from harsh and extremes in temperature, from excessive UV exposure and feeding your skin the right nutrients will help keep your skin looking younger for longer. Avoid harsh cleansing and scrubbing as these can dry the skin up and cause inflammation which will contribute to ageing. Be gentle and kind to your skin, treat it with conditioning and nutrient rich quality products for best long term results. Choose mild milky cleansers, gentle enzyme based exfoliants, vitamin-rich serums and hydrating moisturizers to manage and care for your skin. Every now and then give your skin a workout and an antioxidant feed with a powerful anti-aging facial treatment. This will give a sluggish skin an energy boost and the facial massage will help drain away toxin build-up and stimulate skin regeneration and rejuvenation. For the best of the best anti-aging facials, try the Collagen Hyaluronic facial, a resurfacing and regenerative super facial, with a potent mix of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, collagen boosting peptides, and collagen protective actives such as anti-glycation and MMP inhibitors. This comprehensive treatment that will address all of the signs and causes of ageing to restore your skin.
How well you look after yourself will determine how well and how fast you can slow down or even reverse aging. The more of the above suggestions you implement into your life, the more dramatic results you will see.


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