Top 5 Anti-Aging Articles for the Week of February 18, 2013

The Top 5 Top 5 Anti-Aging Articles for the Week of February 18, 2013 are…

This week brought us many excellent anti-aging and beauty tips; from beauty tips that help shape anti-aging efforts starting at a young age to looking and feeling good no matter what age. Let’s start with Monday’s Fabulous Skin at Any Age. This article explains that good skin care begins early in life before revealing how to enhance skin in the 50’s and beyond. Don’t miss the skin scoop.

Next up: a personal favorite of mine, The Power of Multitasking Makeup. It’s so valuable and economical for time and space saving. Also, it unexpectedly opens up a variety of looks. Many make-up users own a ton of make-up, but fail to do anything but the same ‘ole-same ‘ole look day after day. So if you multitask and add in a few other colors from time to time, or just switch the colors for multitasking as well as the emphasis, you’ve got a lot of variety.

Our third article of the week covers why some of us love to exercise and why others of us don’t. Turns out, it could be hardwired into us genetically. The good news is that scientists are studying how to get by-pass the wiring. Preserve your figure and your health by learning more: Hard-Wired to Hate Exercise?

The Best Botanicals You’ve Never Heard Of advises us on selective skincare secrets that we should all know. This post contains luscious flowery images that entice you to nourish you skin. So make sure to peruse the slideshow and see what unheard of botanicals you should be using.

Our last post this week is Eight Ways to Not Be Scarred From a Breakout, a list of eight steps compiled by New Beauty that helps prevent acne scarring rather than solving it after the fact. Don’t miss this valuable guide on keeping your skin acne scar-free.