Make like Hilary Swank and be sure to slather sunscreen on your skin anytime it’s going to see the sunlight. Applying SPF to your face is especially important as the signs of skin damage are more noticeable there, but since skin cancer can crop up anywhere on your body, it’s also a good idea to cover other exposed skin anytime you plan to be outdoors for more than a couple of minutes. Many facial moisturizers contain sunscreen, which eliminates a step.
Use a Weekly Mask
A weekly mask is that little something extra that can calm and soothe while also loading it with ingredients that promote and enhance healthy, radiant and beautiful skin. Most celebrities indulge in pricey spa versions, but don’t let that deter you. Many drugstores and make-up counters sell great facemasks that work just as well. Talk to your dermatologist about a mask that’s appropriate for your specific skin type.