It’s true when they say you are what you eat. Also what you drink and staying hydrated is paramount to a perfect palette. According to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, drinking 8 glasses of water a day will not only keep you hydrated, but will help prevent your skin from becoming dry and tight which makes it more prone to wrinkles.

The sun’s rays, as glorious as they feel on your skin, can be damaging. UVA rays are often attributed with premature signs of aging, sun spots and wrinkles, while UVB rays are the ones responsible for a sunburn and do the most damage to your skin’s surface. Wear SPF all year round (you can find it in moisturizer and concealer as well as sunblock) and keep your healthy glow.

Removing dead skin cells is a key to a brighter complexion, but exfoliating can also increase cell turnover, help reduce the appearance of fine lines and gets rid of those pesky blackheads. When choosing the right exfoliant for your face, look for words like micro-beads or gentle as harsher scrubs can leave your skin red and irritated.

A daily beauty regimen that uses a moisturizer for your skin type can help fight the signs of aging from morning to night. For a day moisturizer, look for a lighter formulation that contains an SPF. And for night time, one formulated to work while we get our beauty rest will leave you rejuvenated.

The skin around our eyes is different than the skin on the rest of our face — thinner, sensitive and more prone to micro-tears. Use an eye cream designed to keep this skin healthy by offering both moisturizing and firming properties.

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