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- Dermatologist recommended

Skincare practices you should start now!

Use a cleanser that is suitable for your skin type.

Use a salicylic gel or benzoyl peroxide wash for oily or acne-prone skin, or a moisturizing glycolic or milky cleanser for dry, mature skin.

Use a moderate amount of products.

According to Dr. Julia Tzu, a dermatologist in New York City, layering several skincare products at once can be harsh on the skin and lead to breakouts.

moisturize during the day and at night.

The ideal times to moisturize are immediately after a shower and just before bed, according to dermatologist Dr. Janet Prystowsky of New York City.

stay hydrated Both inside and out.

Dr. Mona Gohara, from Connecticut, recommends products with hydrating formulations and also consuming about eight glasses of water each day.

Pick a pH-neutral product so that it doesn't dry out while exfoliating. Additionally, don't only exfoliate your face; your body's skin also needs it.

Exfoliate once or twice a week.

use sunscreen all day every day.

Select a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher, and don't forget to reapply it every two hours.

                                 Keep up a balanced diet.

Your omega-3 levels will instantly increase by adding flax seeds to your salads, which will improve your skin's capacity to retain moisture.

                                  Grab some greens.

Making the correct beverage selections, according to NYC skincare specialist Joanna Vargas, can completely improve your day.

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