Skin Care Tips Just For You
We know you don't apply hair products to your face, but the residue can end up there anyway. Next time you apply hairspray, cover your face with a clean towel to protect your skin. Also, use a sweatband when you hit the gym to keep the products from dripping down when you begin to sweat.

Sun Shield
Squinting in the sun can contribute to those crow's feet, so always sport sunglasses with UV protection. Those with light-colored eyes have heightened light sensitivity, but brown-eyed beauties should shade their peepers, too.

A Little Omega
A Mediterranean diet full of fish, fruit, vegetables, olive oil, and tea provides the skin with the good omega fatty acids. This diet also has the antioxidants your skin needs to maintain a healthy glow.

Eye Care
The skin around your eyes is the thinnest, so it shows the first signs of aging. Even if you're in your 20s, preventative care now will keep your eyes looking healthy for years to come.

Chatting away on your cell phone for hours can lead to breakouts and rashes along your jaw line and cheek. Keep antibacterial wipes handy to swipe your phone clean and help your skin stay clear.

Green Giants
Greens like spinach and arugula are packed with naturally occurring antioxidants. For a radiant and blemish-free complexion, add a side salad to your lunch or dinner.

Carrots and tomatoes are stocked with phytonutrients and antioxidants, both of which protect against damaging free radicals.

Lotion Up
Daily moisturizing is the best defense against dry skin. Applying lotion right after you step out of the shower seals in the moisture that your skin has just absorbed. And since hands are often the first indicators of aging, invest in a heavy moisturizer to keep in your bag, car, and office.

And relax
Whether it's a facial, massage, or even a pedicure, be sure to pamper yourself. Your health and appearance are positively influenced by increasing your emotional and mental well-being. A visit to the spa is a foolproof way to promote stress relief and relaxation.

Hydrating Snacks
Watermelon and cucumbers are loaded with water, so naturally, eating them keeps you and your skin hydrated. Enhance your complexion by enriching your diet with their beautifying vitamins and anti-oxidants.

When you exfoliate, you're evening out the skin's surface by revealing fresh cells underneath. Exfoliate regularly to remove the dead, complexion-dulling skin cells that can give you a dull appearance.

Sleep lines
Sleeping in certain positions may result in sleep lines. After a while, these lines can turn into deep-set wrinkles, so hit the sheets backside-first.

Need yet another reason to work out? Exercise gives your face a healthy glow by increasing blood flow. And when you sweat, it clears the body of toxins and removes dead skins cells so new ones can grow. Without regular exercise you may see an increase in age spots, so grab your running shoes and hit the gym.

Puffy eyes
Cucumber slices may be the international symbol for eye de-puffers, but anything that's chilly will work to tone down darkness and bags. The coldness restricts blood vessels, which reduces swelling and puffiness. Limit your application of bag-erasers to about five minutes to get the best results.

Your skin needs more water than you normally drink, so look for products with sodium hyaluronate, more commonly known as hyaluronic acid, to help bring it to a normal pH level.

Fishy Foods
Foods like salmon, herring, and trout provide our skin with oils that lubricate cells and reduce inflammation. They are also heavy in omega-3 fatty acids, which play a key role in keeping our skin smooth.

If your skin is sensitive, test new products on the inside of your wrist 24 hours before using it on your whole body. Also, be sure to choose mild products specifically formulated for sensitive skin.

One less serving of alcohol per day can make a noticeable difference in your appearance. Alcohol dehydrates the skin (which causes wrinkles) while inflaming tissue. Combat these effects by watering down wine and liquor with club soda and drinking a glass of water between alcoholic beverages.

Bed time
No matter how tired you are, removing your makeup before bed is a must, unless clogged pores, potential bacterial infections and residue on your pillow are your thing. 

Change your exfoliating practices with the seasons to guarantee that you don't strip the skin of essential oils. Take it down to a few times a week in the summer, and once a week during winter so you don't dry out your skin.

Berry good
Berries are packed with antioxidants which help neutralize free radicals. They also help the body manufacture collagen, leaving your skin firm and smooth.

Wearing outdated contacts and glasses will cause you to squint more, which leads to fine lines and wrinkles around your eyes. To avoid unnecessary aging, visit your eye doctor at least once a year.

Protein Power
Protein plays a vital role in the production of collagen and elastin, so feed your complexion by including healthy portions of meat, fish, eggs, cheese, beans, soy and lentils in your diet.

Turn down the heat
Think twice before cranking the shower handle all the way up: Long, steamy showers can strip away the outermost layer of the epidermis, leading to dry, scaly skin. Opt for lukewarm instead to glow from head to toe.

Don’t over wash
Over-washing your face removes natural oils which can actually cause your face to over-produce oil. It's only necessary to wash your face twice a day, once in the morning and once at night.

Know Your Skin
Seeing your dermatologist regularly will allow him or her to help you plan your best strategy for anti-aging. The more comfortable you become, the better the results will be—so book another appointment in addition to your annual mole-check.