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Poor sleep quality can diminish your surface skin moisture barrier, increasing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Get a dramatic transformation with Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream — visible wrinkle results start day 1.
Be sure to use gentle skin-care products designed especially for sensitive skin. They are usually labeled "hypoallergenic." Make sure to avoid sun exposure and don't cleanse your skin more than twice a day. Also, avoid vigorous scrubbing.
Get your heart rate pumping by walking, jogging, cycling or yoga, improving circulation for that lit-from-within glow. Plus, reveal pearlescent-looking skin in just two weeks with Olay Regenerist Luminous Tone Perfecting Cream.
To smooth over rough, uneven patches, look for skin-care products with oil-absorbing alpha or beta hydroxy acids that loosen and remove dead surface skin. This can help prevent pores from clogging and leave skin looking clearer, smoother and more even-toned.
Use a moisturizer with VitaNiacin complex to enhance skin’s natural self-renewal process and titanium dioxide to reduce the appearance of pores. With Olay Total Effects Anti-Aging Moisturizer, skin looks up to 10 years younger in just four weeks.
Studies show that diets high in salt (sodium chloride) contribute to fluid retention, which can cause under-eye puffiness.1 Alarmingly, the average American consumes more than twice that amount daily.
Not enough sleep leads to cortisol production — a pesky steroid that increases oil, causing breakouts. Reduce the look of blemishes and pores with Olay for a fresh-faced transformation.
Collagen helps connective tissues such as the skin and tendons to hold together by forming a vast network of tough fibers. Sunlight can weaken collagen fibers. In fact, research shows that 90%-95% of wrinkles are caused by sun damage.1
1Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/under-eye-puffiness/AN00664
1Dermatology Insights - a patient's guide to healthy skin, hair and nails. American Academy of Dermatology Inc. Fall, 2002.