How to Rejuvenate the Face
We only get one set of skin. Our diet, activity level, contact with free radicals and the environment, the amount of rest we receive, as well as a skincare regimen, all affect our skin, especially the face. There are simple steps that can be taken to lessen the visible stress and rejuvenate the face.
Examine or establish (or if you don't have one) a skincare regimen. Cleanse and moisturize your face twice daily---in the morning and before bed. Use a facial cleanser and moisturizer that are suitable for your face, whether oily, dry, normal or a combination.
Exfoliate your face no more than once per week to remove dead skin cells and keep your face looking refreshed.
Drink plenty of water. Water flushes out toxins, which affects the appearance of your skin.
Use a vitamin supplement such as vitamin E as a supplementary conditioner for your face. You can take vitamin E capsules orally or apply them topically to your skin.
Reduce breakouts by ensuring that your hands are clean before touching your face.
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