Healthy skin can make us feel good about ourselves. This can greatly help our self-esteem, which may in turn help a lot of other health complaints such as weight loss and stress.
Regular hypnosis can help smooth the complexion as the muscles in the face relax. If you watch someone going into trance for any type of hypnotherapy, you will notice their faces almost immediately smooth as their muscles relax.
Eating a healthy diet of lots of fruit and vegetables will undoubtedly help. Giving up smoking will also help significantly.
Reducing your sun exposure will also make a significant difference to the wrinkles in your skin. I say reduce, but do not avoid the sun altogether as it is a good source of vitamin D, and a little sun seems to help the skin look healthy. Also wearing good quality sunglasses can help when in the sun. Squinting due to bright light can only create line around the eyes over time.
Another way of helping prevent wrinkles is to lie on your back when in bed. Pressing your face into the pillow for hours every night will only help increase the number of lines. It may take a little time to get use to it, but it is worth this investment in time. If you are really struggling then try buying some nice smooth silky pillows instead.
There are also some anti-wrinkle creams available if you have the money. However they can be expensive. Here is an anti wrinkle formulae that is relatively inexpensive:-
Put about 10 fennel seeds in a blender along with 2 or 3 horse chestnut seeds and an avocado. Blend until it forms a smooth cream. Apply twice daily to strengthen the collagen in your skin. However be careful not to ingest the horse chestnut as it is poisonous.
– Jon Rhodes
Jon Rhodes is a qualified clinical hypnotist, and owner of the free hypnosis and meditation site at [http://www.free-hypno.com] or http://www.freehypnosistreatment.com He strongly believes in the provision of therapies for all. Jon also works with people suffering mental health problems, and teaches life skills at colleges around the UK.