We may wish for perfectly smooth, even skin, but many of us have uneven skin tones. This may take the form of redness, acne scars, age spots, or sun damage, which can cause blemishes or patches of color on the skin.
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To get permanent, long-lasting, and healthy, glowing skin, using the best treatments on the skin surface is not enough. To reach the best results, you need to ensure that your body is getting the proper nutrition and vitamins every day. By doing so, your skin will be able to recover and produce new skin tissues and collagen giving you the young and smooth looking skin you want!
Light therapy works only if you do. Use one our light therapy devices to treat the effected area, follow the instructions, and most important be consistent. Great results takes time. Make it a ritual, add a reminder to your phone, and use it while doing something you love.
"The top layer of your skin is mostly made up of dead skin cells. Regular exfoliation helps speed up the process of removing those dead skin cells, revealing brighter, smoother skin underneath," tells Dr. Scott. It also helps decongest your pores by sucking out sebum, dirt and other impurities that can cause breakouts. When searching for an exfoliator, keep your skin type in mind. "For example, if you have dry, bumpy skin, you may need something which contains both chemical and physical exfoliants," says Dr. Lee. "While those who are prone to acne should avoid physical exfoliants as they tend to be more abrasive and could irritate inflamed skin," she notes.
Both Dr. Scott and Dr. Liu stress that the most important thing is to wear sunscreen every day. "Remember, the cells that make dark spots are activated by sunlight, even a little bit of unprotected exposure can reverse all of the hard work you put in," says Dr. Scott. So if you want to keep dark spots, flare-ups and skin cancer at bay, don't forget to slather on a broad spectrum SPF before stepping outside, no matter what the weather condition is. Dr. Lee recommends using a 2-in-1 product that moisturizes your skin and offers broad-spectrum protection at the same time
Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that helps treat sun and environment-induced damage to the skin and neutralizes free radicals. "It also inhibits an enzyme (tyrosinase) that's used in the production of pigmentation or melanin, which makes it an effective lightening agent," says Dr. Jenny Liu, a board-certified dermatologist and assistant professor in the Department of Dermatology at the University of Minnesota.
"Please try your hardest to avoid picking at your skin and squeezing any pimples," says Dr. Lee. "Remember, the more you inflame your skin, the longer you’ll struggle with hyperpigmentation," she adds. Here are a few simple strategies you can try to keep yourself from picking your skin.
It's the No. 1 cause of wrinkles, with dozens of studies documenting the impact. In one study that looked at identical twins, New York plastic surgeon Darrick Antell, MD, found sun exposure was even more important than heredity. Siblings who limited sun time had even skin tune and looked younger overall than their sun-worshiping twins.
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