How To Improve Your Skin This Year (With What You Wear!)

For many of us, it is time to get serious about skincare. We are all aging every day, every minute. This means that if we aren’t proactively taking care of our skin and trying to improve it, we are allowing it to go wrinkly.

No matter how well you dress, how many pairs of shoes you have, or how many times you go to the gym, your face will tell the story about how well you take care of yourself. This is why you need to start protecting it. What you wear can do a lot of the work!

A Good Facial Lotion

A good facial lotion will help to eliminate wrinkles and fill in those fine lines. Make sure that you use a lotion in the morning and at night. Put it on as soon as you wake up and then again before you go to bed. Your skin cannot be too hydrated. Just makes sure you find something that won’t clog your pores.

Sunglasses For Your Eyes

Large sunglasses will help to protect the delicate skin around your eyes. Wearing sunglasses whenever you are outside (or even just sitting in a car) will protect you from the UV rays. Just make sure your glasses are polarized and high quality – don’t skimp out here.


Make sure you put on SPF every single day – a brand that you can trust to not clog your pores. Most people forget to wear an SPF or they only wear one when they are going to be outside in the sun’s rays for a long time. This won’t help you – you need to protect yourself every day from the damaging sun.

You don’t need to wear a very high SPF unless you are going to be outside for a long time, but you should have some on at all times.

A Good Cleanser

A cleanser with clean ingredients will help to keep your skin looking its best. Whether you wear a lot of make-up, touch your face a lot, or just live in a city where there is a lot of pollution, a good cleanser will go a long, long way.

Start taking care of your skin now, and you will thank yourself later. There is no better time to start than right now.

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