lets talk about anti aging Posted on March 18, 2023 by Anonymous we are all working out and eating healthy but do you wear sunscreen? skin is highly neglected,
How? was he a bus driver?
>Trucks only have the driver side face the sun
The sun would have to be very low in the sky for it to directly reach the driver from the passenger-side window. Rarely are you driving directly towards the sun but you drive to the side of it at any manner of angles.
You’re as dumb as a groid.
You must be at least 18 to post here.
Mr retard,if he drove in a route where sun usually is at an angle(due to position of earth,tilt,latitude...I doubt you learned geography) then sun could hit only one side of his face.
The only other direction it can come from would be from front. But since he seems to be a westerner ,left side driving ,sun hit his left side more often.
Again,latitude and earths tilt.
>truck drivers only drive 1 route and only in 1 direction
>and always at the same time
You guys are American, correct?
No sir. But truck drivers that are affiliated to specific companies have high chances of driving on the same damn route to deliver the same damn goods to the same damned places .
>No sir. But truck drivers that are affiliated to specific companies have high chances of driving on the same damn route to deliver the same damn goods to the same damned places Sure thing, Cletus. Also, this site is 18+
UV doesn't penetrate glass. Must have driven with driver side window rolled down.
Wear sunscreen, if you are going to sunbathe for vitamin d, expose as much skin as you can so you dont have to be in the sun for as long, and wear sunscreen on your face, neck and hands. also wear a hat. In sunny Australia, literally i don't need to stay in the sun for longer than 8 minutes because I'm really white.
UVB does, UVA doesnt, also an other good point. if you can get UV blocking tints (clear ones as well that only block UV if you don't like tinted looks) on your bedroom window, or workplace window.
>UVB does, UVA doesnt
the opposite. nevertheless uvb contributes to sunburn and uva contributes to premature aging.
here, you should be able to use your tiny moron brain now since you have too little intellect and need illustrations like a child
OP is full of bs. In the article where the pic ia fron the glass was transparent to uva. While you get all the health benefits from uvb and near infra red. It's like feeding someone with pure sugar and making a conclussion that fruits are bad for you, never eat them.
I wear sunscreen every day, 20% zinc oxide. After 3 months my forehead wrinkles (which were just starting to appear) literally vanished. I think I started just before it became too late, thank God
What sunscreen do y’all use? I can’t find one that doesn’t either make my face turn red or make me look greasy
Look into Korean and French sunblock. La Roche Posay, Ombrelle, Beauty of Joseon
In the chance you live in a Spanish speaking country this is the one I use on my face, leaves it smooth and soft without making me greasy. On my body I use a different sunscreen that is 60 FPS but it's super oily
I'm from spain, do you get it at the pharmacy or do supermarkets sell it?
Sunscreen was only really necessary due to the hole in the ozone layer. The hole is gone and they surmise the ozone is healthier than before. Chances are the sunscreen is not only unnecessary, but I'm sure they've changed the formula and put more poisonous shit in it now too.
I've been using Neutrogena Dry Touch for several years, very happy with it.
Lol, you need sunlight exposure to be happy and healthy. Your probably a neurotic schizoid freak.
2500 is EXTREMELY LOW brother...
We need 10k to 20k daily to optimise for hormones, mental health, etc
Lowest should be 8-10k daily, 100% srs..
>CE Ferulic serum
>Vitamins D, K2, A
I want to do Vit C and Retinol but I don't want to destroy my meibomian glands and the oxidization for Vit C seems like a pain to deal with.
I thought you never went outside your basement
>he doesn't have a basement pool
Sunlight is much more than just than vitamin D. You need lamps to simulate the sun. Dedicate an entire room as your sun room.
SPF50 every morning.
Avoid sun at all costs.
Retinol at night.
Hyalronic acid pills daily.
Vitamin C with Collagen Peptides daily.
I look 10 years younger.
Will you suck my cock? I look 10 years older.
what is a good collegen supplement that won't break my wallet?
btw minoxidil likely damages skin
thankfully i don't live in a subtropical climate like amerimutts so i hardly have to worry about photoaging
nearly 30 and i still look fresh
Most Europeans still age poorly.
the best have the most to lose
True. Europeans are hands down the most attractive race on the planet. Thats comparing top 1% of every race but also just on average
>Most Europeans still age poorly.
No, only American "whites" do. And maybe the Brits, but Brits are hit and miss, some of them look like mid-30s at 50, see Roger Moore.
I saw a study supporting this stuff which was 1g per day.
But I also see people doing bone broth which is like 19g of protein in serving.
Are these similar? is like 5% of the broth protein type 2 collegen or something.
Make sure to focus on consooming saturated animal fats and lower your PUFA intake to 1-2% of your total calories. Use melanotan.
none of that really addresses skin aging by sun exposure
Both things I mentioned will protect your skin and reduce aging.
no they don't
avoiding sneed oils does fuck all to protect your skin collagen from sun exposure
eating more cholesterol won't protect your skin from sun exposure
sun exposure depletes your skin's vitamin A and vitamin E, while damaging it in the process
eating more vitamin A/E won't do anything if you just so happen to still expose your skin to the sun otherwise none of us would have wrinkles
enjoy being afraid of the sun, accelerated aging, and metabolic diseases
Which parent made you retarded?
>avoiding sneed oils does fuck all to protect your skin collagen from sun exposure
>sun exposure depletes your skin's vitamin A
i won't even bother with this one
it's alright to be wrong, just try to be better from your mistakes
>literally 0 evidence
meanwhile, in the real world, solar radiation is directly implicated in human skin collagen damage and the lowering of antioxidant status
>meanwhile, in the real world, solar radiation is directly implicated in human skin collagen damage and the lowering of antioxidant status
yes and dietary fat intake can either exaggerate or mitigate the damage done
do the studies that conclude this control for dietary fat intake?
>do the studies that conclude this control for dietary fat intake?
This is equivalent to posting a blog that claims that wearing your shirt backwards protects you from sun exposure, and then dismissing studies on causes of damage from sun exposure by saying,
>did those studies control for backwards shirts?
No, legitimate studies do not control for factors that have absolutely no relevance or supporting evidence.
>This is equivalent to posting a blog that claims that wearing your shirt backwards protects you from sun exposure, and then dismissing studies on causes of damage from sun exposure
except its not because im not dismissing the cause, only the degree of the damage
>factors that have absolutely no relevance or supporting evidence.
there is plenty, some have been posted already but you chose to ignore it
>yes and dietary fat intake can either exaggerate or mitigate the damage done
there is reason to believe extremely low fat diets can make your skin more susceptible to damage from sun exposure but the evidence for its effects in skin aging are very contradicting and I think there's no RCT's on this just epidemiology
the only things we know for sure that limit skin damage damage from sun exposure are vitamin C, amino acids specially the ones your skin is made of, vitamin A and possibly vitamin E
the type of fat matters, not just amount. polyunsaturated fat is unstable and prone to lipid peroxidation when exposed to sunlight, saturated fat is stable so its much better.
many anecdotes AKA dataset for PUFA elimination mitigating sunburn: https://twitter.com/i/events/990331549437583362?lang=en
Lmao look at those retards
Paul saladino has aged 10 years in 2 since he started running around in the sun for hours without protection because of his magical meme diet
Remember to use a sunhat and clothes that cover you good as well. But remember to enjoy the sun too.
>reapply sunscreen if necessary
Anti aging isn't real. This is a garbage thread nothing anyone in here says matters
not me just shilling some bro i like
This is a bot right? Can they say bro/moron now?
Unironically eat cum (if you're not a science denier)
isn't it weird how this site and reddit and the entire internet all agree you should just have sunscreen sitting on your face all waking hours, regardless of indoor outdoor?
Honestly i think sun exposure is by a margin the biggest cause of visible aging.
I've been rekt by autoimmune disease my entire life, made me eat like shit, drink all the time etc to cope. Recently started a job and all the colleagues my age look 10 years older regardless.
Only thing i can point to being the cause is that i'm a perma-shut in previously to this and never saw the sun.
literally hysterical when confronted, just like a woman 😀
being a shut-in, not even once
Diet, sleep, exercise. Certain foods really aggravate inflammation in some people. Find out what ones and eliminate. Sleep at least 8 hours. Exercise doesn't matter what kind but you need to push your body hard.
Don't expect some stupid chemical junk you smear all over yourself to help you. Also remember you will age, there is no stopping it, you will die too.
>considering starting tretinoin indefinitely for anti-aging
>remember that this thing exists: https://youtu.be/Niaox912PwY
what do you think bros?
do you find this tret glow to be acceptable?
>be in late 20s, clean shave, keep a fresh clean cut haircut
>people think I am mid 30s
>reach into my 30s
>grow hair out to medium length, grow a beard (1 week to 4 week growth before I trim)
>have multiple young people act surprised when I tell my age and say I look mid 20s at most
All these years I kept a clean shave because I wanted to not look old.
Before anyone memes at me with the "another boomer in his 30s tells that he gets mistaken for a young person" shtick, I will just say that with people in my age group nobody mistakes me for being younger and I think the main reason teens and early 20s people think I am younger is because there is this general expectation that a man in his 30s will be fat and bald so by being fit and having hair (I'm NW2 but mid length hair covers it) you immediately seem as an exception who "doesn't look 30".
Don't get fat bros
You can't beat time.
No, but you can take the game into triple overtime.
>want to moisturize and maintain youthful skin
>there's a solid chance I'll go bald in the future
>tfw I'll look like caillou with a baby face and no hair
Sunlight is one of the healthiest things you can expose yourself to. You NEED regular sunlight for every aspect of health. You don't want to stay in the sun long enough to get skin damage but anything short of that is purely beneficial. Sunscreen is giving you not only skin cancer but cancer of various other parts of your body as well, since that huge list of chemicals are not just sitting harmlessly on your skin but are being absorbed into your body. Look at the ingredients on your sunscreen. Would you feel comfortable eating it? When you rub it all over your skin then you might as well be.
If you care about having slightly smoother skin in your 60s then you have your priorities really fucked up. I remember reading a study a while back of cancer rates in cowboys and ranchers who are out in the sun all day for their entire lives. They had higher rates of skin cancer but lower rates of every kind of internal cancer, so that's basically your choice here: external health or internal health.
You are 100% right but these people are hopeless and are as concered with retaining their youthful appearance as a woman entering her thirties.
I knew this board was filled with retards but anyone who thinks that your diet will protect your skin from sun damage is beyond help
You look like shit without sun exposure
You look like shit with excessive sun exposure
Inadequate sleep in the #1 killer of skin
Alcohol is #2
Nicotine is #3
Dehydration is #4
A simple ceramide moisturizer is all you need
You need to do exercise that makes you sweat frequently
Soaps do more harm than good and you should only use them when your face is visibly dirty. Just use water
If you shave, you will use shaving cream
Correct. 15-30 mins in the sun is all you need for the day. Taken in consistently, won't age your skin and should tan you. Don't use sunscreen, they have harmful chemicals.
Also tretinoin is simply the most efficacious product that currently exists in the consumer market for skincare.
If you use tretinoin you have to use sunscreen since it reduces your skin's natural protection from the sun
I don't understand the aversion to sunscreen in this thread, just get a product that you trust, there's nothing inherently wrong with suncreen
Tretinoin only weakens your skin when you have it on. You're supposed to apply it at night or whenever you get home and don't plan to go out again.
How often? Twice a week? Worth it if 25 and male?
>If you use tretinoin you have to use sunscreen since it reduces your skin's natural protection from the sun
That is not true.
This isn't to be anti-sunscreen but tretinoin in it of itself doesn't "reduces your skin's natural protection from the sun".
In fact over time your skin gets BETTER at naturally protection from the sun with tretinoin.
1.) Tretinoin when first starting out can be really irritating and weaken your skin natural moisturizing barrier. A weakened natural moisturizing barrier can lead to more sun damage. But that weakened natural moisturizing barrier is only temporary until you get used to the Tretinoin. So it's a good idea to limit sun exposure when starting tret just to help alleviate skin irritation. But that doesn't mean tretinoin = more sensitive to the sun indefinitely.
2.) Tretinoin is unstable when directly exposed to sunlight. It's why you apply it at night before bed. But people get confused and take this as meaning that it makes your skin unstable when exposed to sunlight, which isn't true.
>If you use tretinoin you have to use sunscreen since it reduces your skin's natural protection from the sun
that's why you apply it before bed
Literally all tan is a response to radiation damage you moron intellect
aging is caused by eating shit, your sunscreen will do nothing if you're eating goyslop
I'll tl;dr these threads rn.
>be American brown mutt
>sit in front of computer 24/7
>never see the sun
>age like shit anyway
>"IT'S ALL WHITE GENETICS AND SUN DAMAGE"
I am in my 30s but I still look like a teenager because I eat raw garlic every morning
medchads keep winning
What do you do with the stink? I smell people who eat garlic at the gym, breath, sweat etc. When training hard it is vomit fuel to my senses.
been eating it so long that it doesn't have any effect on my smell
I don't even wear deodorant or cologne
How do I get tretinoin cream without a prescription? Retinoid creams are available OTC, is that good enough?
order from indian vendors or curology
fheggit arr SkinCareAddiction has a decent wiki on what you need. Start with the big three:
- Cleanser (AM/PM)
- Moisturizer (AM/PM)
- Sunscreen (AM/Reapply after lunch)
in that order, then slowly introduce more things as you go along. It's like lifting, don't worry about the minute details until you're more advanced.
I've been doing skincare for a few months now and I'm starting to see the difference. Especially once you and your friends hit your mid 20's and they're getting crow's feet already.
I wear a UV hoodie and UV face mask everywhere I go outside, and do most of my walking from 5 am to 7am to avoid UVA
You can test UV clothings protection with a UV test card, and you may be surprised to learn how little protection your car side windows actually provide