Simple Ways to Look More Youthful That Don’t Require Plastic Surgery


Most of us don’t even think about aging until one day you look in the mirror and you see it, and it’s undeniable. You see your first wrinkle or your first gray hair.

While some may spend the rest of the day in a state of despair, wondering where all the time has gone. Others may simply chalk it up to the simple fact that time causes age, and that we humans are not immune to the process of aging.

Every day, millions of dollars are spent in the research and development of anti-aging creams, serums, and ointments. Newer developments include supplements that contain nicotinamide mononucleotide, or NMN, a compound that has been proven to reduce the appearance of aged skin, which works from the inside out.

But if you’re looking to reduce the appearance of aging and you’re not too sure about going under the knife, the following post will shed some light on a few ways you can look youthful even in old age.


The cosmetics industry is a huge moneymaker across the globe. In fact, each year consumers spend on average around 380 billion dollars a year on cosmetics, and skincare products alone are projected to represent over a 130 billion dollar market in 2021.

And these numbers, though astronomical by most accounts, are warranted by the human desire to remain youthful throughout life.

If you know how to apply cosmetics properly, you can successfully hide fine lines and wrinkles along with appearing much more youthful in artificial or natural light. Cosmetologists can earn a comfortable living by applying make-up and other products to the skin, or by training others to apply their own cosmetics in such a way that reduces the appearance of aging.

Though this is largely looked at as concealing aging, it still works and doesn’t cost you and arm and a leg.

Avoid Sunlight

The primary source for causing skin to look aged is excessive exposure to the sun’s radiation. Though we cannot see it, the sun emits harmful radiation that can cause our skin to age prematurely in some cases. In worse cases, the sun can cause the development of skin cancer which can be deadly.

One of the tricks to aging gracefully is to minimize your exposure to the sun while in your youth. However, since we cannot currently go back in time and change our sun exposure, you can stall the effects of aging by reducing sun exposure.

Wearing hats, sunscreen, or carrying an umbrella while outside under the sun can be tremendously helpful when it comes to fighting the effects of aging. Just remember that going without sun exposure at all can also have serious consequences on your health, as vitamin D is essential for maintaining optimal health.


For some people, there’s nothing like going out for a pampering session and getting a spa treatment. And while some might consider these experiences to be close to paradise on Earth, they can have a huge benefit to your skin.

Facial treatments are popular at day spas, but you can give yourself these treatments at home as well, though the relaxing quality of being pampered will be altogether missing.

Facial treatments differ in the types of products used, but all are designed to revitalize the skin and remove the buildup of dead skin cells, blemishes and spots that contribute to the appearance of aging.

While exfoliation, pore cleansing, and moisturization treatments will be helpful for the skin and overall health in general, your body will reach a point where aging does show. But, you may be able to give yourself a few extra youthful years by having regular facial treatments.

For hundreds of years, people have been obsessed with maintaining a youthful appearance. Ever since the development of the mirror, this has been the case, and the trend shows no signs of slowing for the foreseeable future. But making healthy skin choices can have a beneficial effect.

Written by Megan Taylor
Megan is a beauty expert who is passionate about all things makeup and glam! Her love for makeup has brought her to become a beauty pro at Glamour Garden Cosmetics.