Use the correct skin care regimen.

Understand skin problems and know your skin type. 

Drink lots of water to hydrate your skin.

Drinking water gives you a radiant, healthy, younger- looking complexion. If your skin is not getting the sufficient amount of water, the lack of hydration will present itself by turning your skin dry, tight and flaky. Dry skin has less resilience and is more prone to wrinkling.

Eat a healthy diet

Eat foods high in omega 3 fatty acids and lessen your intake of carbohydrates. Foods with omega 3 instantly boost your skins ability to hold onto moisture. Monitor your daily intake of dairy products, which cause acne. 

Moisturize your face during the day and night 

The best time to moisturize is right after you get out the shower and right before bed

Never touch your face with your fingers. 

Your fingers carry oils, germs and dirt that spread bacteria and cause breakouts.

Avoid direct heat exposure. 

UV rays (in particular UVA rays) can penetrate the windows in your home and office and cause wrinkling and brown spots. The same goes for car windows. Don’t just watch out for the sun — getting too close to heaters and fireplaces can also wreak havoc on your skin. It causes inflammation and collagen breakdown.

Exfoliate a couple times a week.

Exfoliation rids the face of any dry, dull skin by removing dead skin cells from the surface of the epidermis. Exfoliation can help keep pores from becoming clogged and leave skin with a refreshed and clean feeling. In addition to the immediate visual benefits of exfoliation, the removal of dead skin cells speeds up the skin renewal process, allowing smoother, healthier skin cells to take their place. Not only will this help with fine lines and wrinkles, but it will help to ease discoloration as well.

Clean your makeup brushes regularly.

To fight infection and clogged pores clean your makeup brushes once a week. 

Sleep well.

It’s not just about getting eight hours a night. Skin will also benefit from regularly using clean silk pillowcases. While you’re snoozing, the skin’s repair mechanisms swing into action. Being sleep-deprived, by contrast, puts stress on the body, causing it to release more adrenaline and cortisol, which can trigger breakouts and other skin problems

Live a stress-free lifestyle.

It takes a toll on nearly every part of your body, including your skin. Stress increases the body’s production of hormones such as cortisol, which can make skin oilier and decrease its ability to fight off acne-causing bacteria. To keep that frazzled feeling under control, regularly practice stress-management techniques, like yoga, deep breathing, and meditation.

Most importantly wear sunscreen 365 days. 

It’s important to not only product your skin on sunny days, but also while driving in the car, flying in the plane or even riding a bike. Daily UV exposure contributes signs of again. 

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