Some Extra Skin Care Tips

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Our Skin requires care of different levels at every age starting from the age of 8. Take out some time from your busy schedule and pamper yourself, afterall you will be the one who is going to enjoy the benefits of that extra care..

LOTION MASSAGE
Daily moisturizing is the best defense against dry skin. Applying lotion right after you step out of the shower seals in the moisture that your skin has just absorbed. And since hands are often the first indicators of aging, invest in a heavy moisturizer to keep in your bag, car, and office.

WRINKLE PREVENTION
“Topical retinoids have been shown to improve the skin’s texture and the appearance of fine lines,” says NYC-based dermatologist Dr. Ariel Ostad. “So, for women looking for potent anti-agers, retinol is the one must-have ingredient to help keep skin young.”

SUN SCREEN
Stop stretch marks and scars from getting darker with sun exposure by slathering them with a thick layer of sunscreen. Apply a scar-minimizing topical at night to repair damaged tissue while you slumber.

EYE CARE
The skin around your eyes is the thinnest, so it shows the first signs of aging. Even if you’re in your 20s, preventative care now will keep your eyes looking healthy for years to come.

SWEAT ISSUE
When your body heats up, sweating helps it keep your core temperature down. Unfortunately, this can irritate skin and cause breakouts. To remedy, look for a body wash that lists salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide as an ingredient on the label.

VITAMIN BOOST
Avocados contain healthy fats and vitamins C and E to keep skin plump, bright, and hydrated. Keep a sliced one in your work fridge for a super-quick snack.

SUPERFOODS
“Carrots and tomatoes are stocked with phytonutrients and antioxidants, both of which protect against damaging free radicals,” says Robyn Flipse, MS, RD. “The beta carotene and lycopene found in them also protect your skin from sun damage and repair skin cells.”

FLIP OVER
“Sleeping in certain positions may result in sleep lines,” according to The American Academy of Dermatology. After a while, these lines can turn into deep-set wrinkles, so hit the sheets backside-first.

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