Aging is an inevitable part of life.

As we get older, we get wiser, calmer, and more patient. We can step into our true selves and commonly experience a boost in our self-confidence. 

However, that aging process also comes with reduced skin elasticity and moisture, facial wrinkles, skin tone and texture changes, and a loss of facial volume. 

These are natural consequences of aging, but if you’re looking to age more gracefully or slow down the aging process, several non-surgical treatment options can help you turn back the clock.

Begin by Supporting Your Mind, Body, and Spirit

Healthy aging is not only about your skin; it’s about how your skin integrates with your mind, body, and spirit for optimal health as you age. 


Stress is one of the most common causes of compromised skin health, causing and aggravating various skin conditions. Too much stress can trigger skin conditions such as

  • Psoriasis 
  • Rosacea
  • Eczema
  • Acne

I can tell you from firsthand experience that there is no better way to achieve inner peace and manage stress than meditation. Plus, scientific research agrees! 

Here are just a few of the beauty benefits of mindfulness and meditation.

  • Decrease flare-ups of many stress-related skin conditions.
  • Regulate your stress hormones known for causing premature aging of the skin. 
  • Improve sleep, preventing the development of fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots. 

Learn more about mindfulness and meditation for skincare and get 6 daily meditation tips.


There are numerous ways to support healthy body aging, many of which we’re all familiar with – a balanced diet, regular exercise, staying hydrated, etc. Here are a few additional ways to support your body as you age.

Boost Sirtuins

Sirtuins are a type of protein that helps regulate the aging and death of our cells, in addition to helping build our cellular resistance to stress. 

You can boost your sirtuins by following a diet and exercise plan. Read more about how to get started with the sirtuin diet. 

Improve Mitochondrial Health

Mitochondria, our cell’s powerhouse, can become damaged over time and increase our outward signs of aging. Improving the health of our mitochondria by eating a healthy, balanced diet with little to no sugar and lower carbohydrates can improve the health of our organs, skin, and entire body.

Learn more about how mitochondria function affects the skin and promotes anti-aging.

Vitamins and Supplements 

Scientists have identified numerous vitamins and supplements that may slow aging and prevent some age-related diseases. 

Here are 4 supplements that may help slow the effects of aging.

  1. Curcumin. Promotes cellular longevity, combats cellular damage, and may postpone age-related diseases.
  2. Collagen. Helps reduce the signs of aging, such as wrinkles and dry skin.
  3. CoQ10. Reduces the appearance of wrinkles and promotes smoother skin.
  4. NAD. Topical NAD has been shown to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, repair and protect from sun damage, and support new collagen formation.


Research has concluded that spirituality is vital in caring for your whole self. Spiritual beliefs, whether through organized religion or not, are how we seek ultimate meaning, purpose, and connection.  

Several studies have even identified that having a spiritual community is associated with greater longevity, decreased rates of depression and suicide, and less substance use.


Non-Surgical Anti-Aging Treatments

So often, people assume that they must radically change their appearance to achieve anti-aging effects. In reality, numerous non-surgical anti-aging treatments are available to help reverse and prevent the signs of aging.


Facials help exfoliate, cleanse, hydrate and moisturize the skin leaving it looking fresh and youthful. 

Facial Acupuncture

Facial acupuncture focuses on using acupuncture needles on the face, neck, and hairline to create positive microtrauma in the skin to harness the blood flow and increase collagen production in the face. 

Discover how facial acupuncture can leave you with youthful, radiant skin.

Gua Sha

Gua sha is a traditional Chinese medicine that stimulates one’s chi or stagnant energy. It’s believed that this stagnant energy promotes inflammation and, when dispersed, can help reduce fine lines, provide pain relief, increase circulation, boost muscle recovery, improve symptoms of menopause, and treat migraines. 

Uncover more about the 6 major benefits of gua sha.


Retinoids, a vitamin A derivative, help accelerate the rate of cell division on the skin’s surface, boost new cell growth, and increase the turnover rate of skin cells. In addition, retinoids help stimulate collagen and elastin production in the dermis layer of your skin.

Review the different types of vitamin A and learn how to use them.


Using small crystals sprayed onto the skin surface to exfoliate the skin layers and remove dead skin cells, microdermabrasion help remove age spots, lighten acne scars, and rejuvenate the skin. 


Microneedling uses multiple tiny needles to puncture the top layer of the skin, creating tiny wounds that trigger collagen production; ideal for treating fine lines and wrinkles, scarring, acne, pigmentation issues, stretch marks, and rosacea. 

Chemical Peels

Chemical peels exfoliate a layer of skin using a chemical solution, stripping away damaged or old skin cells to reveal the fresh layer underneath. Chemical peels treat fine lines and wrinkles, sun damage, acne scarring, hyperpigmentation, redness, and melasma. 

Review the benefits and what to expect from chemical peels here


Lasers target specific areas of the skin with concentrated beams of light that are converted into heat to stimulate collagen production and skin cell regeneration. Lasers can treat a variety of concerns, including wrinkles, fine lines, brown spots, acne scars, hyperpigmentation, and improved tone and texture.


Commonly referred to as Botox, neuromodulators are designed to freeze facial movement in the injection site, temporarily helping smooth out lines and wrinkles.


Dermal fillers exist to increase volume in the face and improve the appearance of deeper winkles. Typical injection areas include lips, cheeks, cheek folds, smile lines, and under the eyes. 


Anti-Aging Skin Care Tips You Can Start Today

There are plenty of non-cosmetic ways to help turn back the clock on aging. 

Try these six anti-aging skin care tips today.

  • Wear sunscreen every day.
  • Exercise regularly.
  • Moisturize.
  • Cut back on sugar.
  • Eat antioxidant-rich foods.
  • Get your beauty rest.


Heal Your Skin Inside and Out

Your skin’s appearance reflects your unique state of overall health, age, and environmental factors. Digging deeper to reveal what may be holding you back from achieving the healthy, glowing skin you desire can help you heal your skin from the inside out. 

Join me on a skin healing journey different from anything you’ve done before. Learn what the health of your skin may be saying about what’s happening inside your body.

Discover how you can get clear skin using my SkinClock Method.

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