Reducing Premature Skin Aging




Applying self-tanner rather than getting a tan, stopping smoking, avoiding repetitive facial expressions, eating a healthy and well-balanced diet and drinking less alcohol are some ways to reduce premature skin aging.

Dr. Deborah Longwill, Dermatologist at Baptist Health South Florida, also recommends exercising most days of the week, cleansing your skin gently, washing your face twice a day and after sweating heavily and applying a facial moisturizer every day. “Stop using skin care products with alcohol or any type of acetone; they can irritate your skin and cause more damage,” she says.

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