Want clear, beautiful skin? Who doesn’t? Many people spend countless dollars on expensive creams, lotions, and cosmetics in order to achieve that flawless complexion. Yet, ask any dermatologist, and you’ll discover a few simple beauty tips guaranteed to pay off in the long run – and, best of all, many of them are free! Check out a few expert-approved suggestions below.
Moisturize day and night.
Moisturizing isn’t just for the mornings. You should be applying moisturizer to your skin both day and night. Doing so in the daytime protects your skin from environmental stressors while moisturizing at nighttime allows your skin to reap the maximum benefit while experiencing the allover restorative powers of sleep.
Stop touching your face.
Aside from stopping the spread of viral illnesses like the novel coronavirus, refraining from touching your face is a great way to prevent breakouts and other infections. Touch your skin too much, and you might even see an increase of scarring and wrinkles – two things that certainly make it harder to achieve complexion perfection.
Hydrate inside and out.
You’ve heard it before, and you’ll hear it again: drink tons of water! Hydrating properly is key to general health from head to toe, but it particularly pays off when it comes to your skin. Compound the effects of proper hydration with hydrating skincare. Look for cleansing, moisturizing, and anti-aging products that have hydrating formulas and ingredients, like honey, vitamin E, or hyaluronic acid.
Exfoliate a couple of times per week.
According to doctors, the average human body loses 50 million skin cells per day. Cell regeneration is key to gorgeous skin, but if you’re not actively sloughing off dead skin cells, they can contribute to dullness and rough skin texture. Select an exfoliating product that is pH neutral so using it doesn't dry your skin as it exfoliates. And, remember to exfoliate the skin below your neck, as well.
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