Skin care: 3 skin-healthy tips Sun protection and gentle washing can help to keep your skin healthy and bright.


1. Sunblock. Sunscreen is crucial to skin care. Lifelong sun exposure can produce wrinkles, age spots, and skin cancer.

Maximum sun protection: Use sunscreen. Use an SPF-15 broad-spectrum sunscreen. Apply sunscreen generously and reapply every two hours—or more often if you're swimming or perspiring.

Get shade. Avoid the sun's fiercest rays between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.Cover up. Wear tight-woven long-sleeved shirts, long pants, and wide-brimmed hats. Consider sun-protective clothes or laundry additives that enhance UV protection for a specified number of washings.

2.Avoid smoking. Smoking causes wrinkles and aging. Smoking narrows small blood vessels in the outermost skin layers, reducing blood flow and making skin darker. This depletes skin-healthy oxygen and minerals.

Smoking destroys collagen and elastin, which strengthen and elongate skin. Smoking's repetitive facial expressions—pursing your lips when inhaling and squinting to keep smoke out—can also cause wrinkles.

Smoking raises squamous cell skin cancer risk. Quitting smoking protects skin best. Ask your doctor for smoking cessation advice.

3. Be gentle. Shaving and washing can damage skin. Be kind:Bathe less. Hot water removes skin oils. Use warm water and limit bath duration.Avoid strong soaps. Strong soaps and detergents remove skin oil. Use gentle cleaners.Shave gently. Shaving cream, lotion, or gel protects and lubricates skin. 

Clean, sharp razors give the closest shave. Shave with the hair growthPat dry. After bathing, gently pat or blot your skin dry with a towel to retain moisture.Wet dry skin. Choose a moisturizer for dry skin. Use SPF-containing moisturizer everyday.

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