1.Purchase a succulent
In addition to improving air quality and smell, certain plants do well to absorb body-harming chemicals such as ammonia. Succulents are especially good at this, and they are easy to care for. However, before bringing any plant into your household, be sure to do research and make sure that it won't be toxic to your household members. Many plants are toxic to cats and dogs. If done right, the plant of your choice can remove ammonia and other chemicals from the air, improve the quality of the air you breathe, and help your skin look its best.
2.Stop pulling at your skin
Pulling and moving the skin around repeatedly will undoubtedly create wrinkles, as well as a good amount of sagging. Because of thin skin, the eyes are especially prone to this. This is also one of the areas where the most pulling happens. If you use eyeliner or eye shadow, make sure that you are not tugging at the corner of your eye while applying, as it will create sagging eyes over time.
3.Massage your face
Some facial massages have been shown to remove and prevent wrinkles. The muscles in your face are directly connected to the skin, so you are simultaneously releasing tension in the face and improving circulation in the skin. Be sure not to tug on the skin when you massage, and be gentle. Do your research on which massages may be right for you, and make the choice of whether you want your massages to be done by a professional or by yourself.
Depending on your skin type, where you live, and what time of year it is, your skin can change entirely. Make sure that your skin is always hydrated with a healthy, natural moisturizer, and apply it whenever your skin feels dry to the touch.
5.Consider a chemical peel
Chemical peels can and will remove surface wrinkles from your skin, and the change is drastic. However, depending on the type of chemical peel, you may need to stay out of the sun completely, avoid certain face products, and even stay away from the public after the peel. Chemical peels quite literally remove a layer of skin, and there may be very minor bleeding on the skin's surface, or peeling on the skin similar to a peeling sunburn. This could be the answer to your wrinkles, but consider with caution.
No matter the skin option you choose to rid yourself of wrinkles, always make sure what you are doing isn't compromising your health in any way. While everyone wants to be able to look their best, health complications won't be worth minimizing the appearance of aging. Aging is a natural process and a part of a healthy life, so don't be ashamed of your marks of wisdom.