NEW YORK, Feb. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- See video from Procter & Gamble at: http://www.thenewsmarket.com/Releases/StoryDetailPage.aspx?GUID=c1735d1d-36e4-470a-bd77-6df2f7e04dd6#
We all know that aging is a natural process. Whether we like it or not, the first signs of fine lines and wrinkles can appear as early as your mid-20s. While it's common knowledge that the sun has harmful UV rays that can cause freckles and age spots, there are other sneaky factors that can add years to your looks that you might not even be aware of. Leading dermatologist and best-selling author, Dr. Doris Day, shares with viewers, ways to keep your skin looking flawless and youthful from head to toe. In addition to applying sunscreen every morning, it's important to wash up at night, no matter how tired you are. (The dirt and oil left on your face can age your skin prematurely.) The older we get, the longer it takes for dead skin cells to slough off, resulting in dull skin. Give yourself a glow by cleansing and exfoliating daily. It will also prime your skin and help maximize your skincare routine. Keep in mind that makeup has an expiration date. Make sure you are keeping it fresh, by frequently tossing out old and stale products that might have bacteria . Also unclean brushes can cause blemishes and acne, further damaging your skin. Another makeup tip? Stay away from frosty eye shadows no matter what age you are. They look harsh and highlight fine lines. Instead, look for shadows that have a subtle sheen when they hit the light-not a full-on sparkle fest.
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