Margaret Dabbs’ Top Tips for Anti-aging Culture

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Our skin is our largest organ but it's one we often mistreat. Skipping sunscreen, 'forgetting' to take off our makeup and eating a few too many processed foods are pitfalls we're all prone to that exaggerate the age of our skin. We often try to correct the bad decisions of yesterday by investing in handy anti-ageing products.

Finnish tech company Revieve gathered data from 4 million global users of its AI skincare tool and found that wrinkles, fine lines and eyebags are top skin concerns for both men and women. It seems we're preoccupied with the effects of ageing on our skin.

All skin inevitably ages, but some simple lifestyle switches can help you keep younger-looking skin for longer.

Foot and hand health expert Margaret Dabbs OBE, owner of Margaret Dabbs London and multiple renowned foot clinics shares her top lifestyle hacks for younger, healthier skin.

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  • Exposure to the sun's UV rays causes up to 90% of all premature skin ageing symptoms, including wrinkles, sagging and pigmentation. Always apply sun protection and use clothing for extra protection.
  • There are more than 7,000 chemicals found in cigarettes. Quitting smoking and vaping is one of the best things you can do for your skin. Moderating your alcohol intake can also stop your skin from ageing prematurely.

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  • A good night's sleep will help your skin look younger. Your body repairs cell damage during sleep, reducing wrinkles and age spots whilst repairing cell damage and boosting collagen production.
  • Exercise is essential for your physical health and your skin, with a recent study finding exercise can reserve skin ageing at the cellular level.
  • A diet high in sugar and processed foods leads to the production of AGEs (advanced glycation end-products), which age your skin. Swap these foods for fruit, veg and food high in omega-3 and vitamin C.

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