1. Wear Sunscreen

Ultraviolet radiation is the primary cause of early wrinkling. Exposure to UV light breaks down your skin’s connective tissue — collagen and elastin fibers, which puts you on the fast track to deep wrinkles.

2. Sleep On Your Back

Sleeping on your stomach or side means your face is pushing up against your pillow all night. This causes creases, eventually resulting in permanent wrinkles

3. Don't Smoke Cigarettes

There are plenty of reasons to quit smoking that have nothing to do with vanity, but we’re more than happy to add another to the list: Smoking makes you look older faster because it restricts blood flow to your skin, making it tough for skin cells to get the oxygen and nutrients they need to stay healthy and regenerate, according to research published in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Plus, the chemicals in cigarette smoke break down the skin’s fiber and elastin, and constantly pursing your lips creates fine lines around the mouth.

4. Lay Off The Sugar

Sugar molecules bind to tissues by a process called glycation. This creates harmful new molecules in your bloodstream, that will damage collagen and elastin- the fibers responsible for keeping your skin taut and firm.

5. Eat Fruits And Vegetables Often

Soluble dietary antioxidants such as lycopene, lutein, beta-carotene and other antioxidants found in fruits and vegetables reach the deeper skin layers (the dermis) and partially neutralize the oxidative damage associated with prolonged exposure to the sun. Also fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin C are essential to the proper production of collagen.

6. Wear Sunglasses

Not only does wearing sunglasses prevent the area around your eyes from being exposed to skin, but they also keep you from squinting your eyes which done regularly will lead to premature development of wrinkles.

7. Get Enough Sleep

During the stage of deep sleep, the pituitary gland in our brain secretes growth hormone. A good, consistent sleep schedule gives your body the much need chance to repair its cells, including your skin cells which are prone to damage.

8. Drink Plenty Of Water

Every organ and system in our body needs water to regulate body temperature, flush out toxins, aid digestion and carry nutrients to our cells. The cells of our skin also depend on water to better function and repair damage.

9. Use An Anti-Aging Treatment On A Daily Basis

Carefully chosen skincare products that include lots of antioxidants, replenishing ingredients and skin-restoring ingredients can put back into skin’s surface what it has lost over time. These types of ingredients in a complete advanced youth cream like Dermavix can truly rejuvenate and revitalize your skin, making wrinkles much less of a visible concern. This is the best way to love your skin and resist the effects of time!