Do you ever think about what life will be like in the future? You might think of long term relationships, fun careers, and maybe even kids. Perhaps you dream of exotic vacations and famous friends? But do you ever think about what you might look like twenty or thirty years from now? We all know we’re going to age, but how will that actually look on our faces?
Most of us have a bucket list that is filled with hopes and dreams for the future. Not many of us place things like good health and flawless skin in there, though. When you’re young, it’s easy to get carried away with thoughts of life-changing experiences. So few of us put much thought to how our reflections may change over the years.
If you were to consider all your beauty desires you might start with the things you love about your looks already. If you have plump lips now, it would be lovely to have them still when you hit middle age. And thick hair and perfect brows might be pretty high up on your list too. Chances are, little will change here. But there are some parts of your body that will definitely be showing their age if you don’t take action now.
Teeth will give away your age if you haven’t cared for them over the years. Gums can recede, and teeth can chip and stain. If you have a look at resources like this article by Dr. Sheth, you’ll see that there are options for teeth that are discolored. But if you want to avoid the problem in the first place, you need to make sure your oral health is excellent at all times. Take care of your teeth and they should still look gorgeous in the future.
If you had blemishes through your teens, you might already be practicing a really good skin care regime right now. But as the skin ages, it needs different things. Nobody wants lines and wrinkles so you might be wondering what you can do to stop them showing up. The easiest ways to avoid them is to keep your skin hydrated. This can be done from the inside with fresh water and the outside with a good quality moisturizer. Stay out of the sun to avoid the worst signs of aging. These simple habits for life can help keep wrinkles away for longer.
As well as having youthful looking teeth and skin, I think a lot of us would like to avoid the weight gain that can come with aging. We all know that there is a link between food intake and exercise when it comes to maintaining a healthy body weight. But why is it that so many older women struggle to keep their youthful figures? If you aspire to have a great body shape in the future, it could be a good idea to start healthy habits for life now. Good food in sensible portion sizes helps a lot. Taking care of the things you value the most now will help you love them in the future.