Dr.K 5 ways to refresh skin.Lobby

Dr. Will Kirby is the Medical Director of LaserAway and one of the leading board-certified dermatologists in the U.S. He is here to share five ways to refresh dull skin:

1. Remove makeup every single night

It's important that you remove any makeup every single night before going to bed. Why? Because makeup prevents your skin from being able to breathe at night, and it can lead to blemishes and blackheads. Use a gentle cleanser to remove makeup and follow up with a moisturizer.

2. Wear SPF 50 every single day

Wearing SPF 50 every single day is the most basic part of skincare, and it's the number one most important skin care tip. Look for non-comedogenic formulas that won't clog your pores. No matter if it's raining or the sun is out, it's vital that you protect your skin every day from both UVA and UVB rays that can lead to premature aging and skin cancer.

3. Eat right

You are what you eat. If you eat unhealthy foods, like refined sugars and carbohydrates, that will be reflected in your complexion. Follow a diet rich in antioxidants, low in saturated fats, and low in processed sugars to promote radiant skin.

4. Get more beauty sleep

Sleep is imperative for basic body functions and overall wellness. As you sleep, your body boosts blood flow to your skin, which results in a healthy glow. When you're sleep deprived, your skill looks sallow and dull. Aim for eight-to-nine hours of sleep.

5. See the experts

There is only so much you can do with diet and skincare. That's why you should consider visiting a dermatologist if your skill is still dull. Laser treatments can help boost collagen production and give your skin a radiant appearance.

 

It's about skin fitness

It's easier to prevent skin issues from happening in the first place than try to correct them down the road. That's why it's essential that you always wear SPF 50, follow a strict skincare routine, eat right, and consult with a dermatologist. The goal is to maintain beautiful skin for as long as possible.

 

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