These five ways to improve bad skin include easy anti-aging foods and skin care regimens to keep your face looking healthy and youthful. By the way, there’s a difference between how your skin looks (extrinsic skin age) and how old your skin really is (intrinsic skin age). To improve bad skin, keep both your extrinsic and your instrinsic skin age young!
Before the tips, a quip:
“Thirty-five is when you finally get your head together, and then your body starts falling apart.” – Caryn Leschen.
Your body may be falling apart, but your skin can still be healthy and vibrant! These tips for improving bad skin are from Dr Doris Day’s Forget the Facelift: Turn Back the Clock With a Revolutionary Program for Ageless Skin. Click the book cover for more information, and read on for these effective skin care tips…
5 Ways to Improve Bad Skin
1. Establish your morning skin care regime. In the morning, wash your face with a gentle cleanser or mild soap. Apply a light moisturizer with an SPF (sun protection factor) of 15 or higher – and stroke upward and outward, not downwards. Then, use a foundation with more sunscreen protection, or use sunscreen that’s made for facial skin. This way to improve bad skin is basic, easy, and effective. For details on self-tanners, read Tanning Without Burning in the Sun.
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