You know that washing and shielding yourself from the sun are good ways to take care of your skin. But what else can you do to protect your skin from damage or disease? Medical experts offer these tips:
Sleep to give your body time to rest and repair cells.
Don’t smoke to support brighter, firmer skin and lower your risk of lip and mouth cancers.
Eat well, including healthy fats, fruits, vegetables and lean protein, which feed skin health.
Use mild soap to prevent skin over-drying.
Moisturize your body, face and lips to keep skin hydrated and protected.
Relax and de-stress to help prevent skin breakouts or other bothersome reactions.
Save your money and your skin.
Good skin health doesn’t have to cost a lot. Read dermatologists’ tips for healthier skin on a budget.
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