Do Cleanse

Washing your face helps get rid of dead skin cells. Dead skin contributes to dull-looking face so cleansing twice daily will make your face look brighter. Go for a cleanser that contains glycolic acid. It is also recommended to exfoliate once a week using an exfoliating scrub.

Do Moisturize

If you have a habit of forgetting to put on moisturizer, then you need to start reminding yourself every day. After washing and while skin is still a bit damp, rub in some moisturizer. Make sure the lotion you get is compatible to your skin type.

Do Hydrate

Water is essential for the body to function. The skin also relies heavily on the hydration it gets from water. Make sure to drink as much as eight glasses a day. Limit caffeine and alcohol intake as these can dehydrate you (and your skin).

Do Take Care of Your Skin

This means incorporating products similar to retinol cream to your daily regimen. What you do in your 20s will eventually reflect on your skin when you reach your 40s. Start as early as you can and invest in a cream to prevent wrinkles from appearing.

Do Get Enough Sleep

You need sleep as much as you need food and water. While we sleep, the cells in our body regenerate from the wear and tear it experiences during the day. The skin experiences a lot of stress and sleep is the best way to fight off breakouts and skin aging.

Do Eat Plenty of Fruits and Vegetables

The nutrients fruits and vegetables contain are crucial for fighting off aging, damage from the sun, and inflammation. Make sure to load up on produce that are high in antioxidants like berries and spinach.

Do Lessen Sugar Intake

A cookie once in while is fine, but don’t finish a whole box in one sitting. Diets that are high in sugar can cause inflammation. Inflammation eventually leads to breakouts. Be mindful of what you eat because some foods that may seem to have little to no sugar are actually loaded with it.

Do Stay Away From The Sun

This needs to be emphasized time and time again. The sun’s rays are damaging to the skin. Excessive exposure from the sun can lead to premature aging as well as skin cancer. If you really have to go under the sun, never forget to apply sunscreen.

Do Avoid Stress

Constantly feeling frazzled or agitated will make your hormones go haywire. Cortisol levels go up and lead to breakouts as well as wrinkles. Manage stress by exercising or doing something that relaxes you. Don’t stay in a state of stress all the time.

Do Stop Smoking

The so-called “smoker’s face” is true. Smoking affects blood circulation and the production of collagen by decreasing them. As a result, this nasty habit not only leads to a pale complexion, it also speeds up skin aging.