The Ageless Man – How to Look Younger Longer

[dropcap]Growing[/dropcap] older is inevitable. Despite our habits of spending billions of dollars on plastic surgery and cryogenic freezing, there is still a chance that we will never look as good as we did when we were 25. But who says you have to look like you’re getting old? We have a few simple suggestions about how you can maintain your youthful good looks past the age of 35.


 Funny man Jay Reid tells how to put a great look together…some female assembly required.
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Here’s what you should do:

Regular Exercise

Engaging in continuous aerobic exercises such as running or kickboxing for 30 minutes at least three times a week is known to help prevent heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, arthritis and bone density loss. Regular exercise also helps reduce stress and promotes mental clarity by releasing increased levels of serotonin to the brain.





Brave a New Hairstyle




Change is often something many of us do not greet with open arms, but in some cases it may benefit us in the long run. If you’ve been rocking the same cut since high school now may be a good time to shake things up. Consult a hair stylist or flip through the pages of a mens fashion magazine to see what modern cuts and trends all the “cool kids” are getting these days.






Probably one of the most important factors in identifying someone’s age is based on how their skin looks. Wrinkles and age spots are some of the most notable signs of aging. Moisturizing your face and body daily will keep these pesky age-indicators at bay and maintain your skin’s firmness and elasticity.



Fresh Facial Hairstyle




The five o’clock shadow looks good on just about everyone and will probably never go out of style. But there is a right and a wrong way to grow out facial hair. Whether you don a beard, a goatee or a mustache, just remember to always keep your facial fuzz neatly trimmed and sculpted to perfection.