Tips to your most gorgeous skin

  1. Wash your face twice a day, but only twice.
  2. Sweat of course:

If your reading this, you know the importance of exercise for your health and well-being. “Getting your heart pumping increases the delivery of oxygen and other crucial nutrients to the skin cells, helping them function at peak efficiency,” says David E. Bank, M.D., a dermatologist in Mount Kisco, New York, and a Shape advisory board member.

3. Shield your shoulders :

Shoulders get direct sun exposure when you go out for a run or walk. That little extra material will go a long way toward protecting your shoulders and skin. Look for techie, polyester fabrics and workout tees labeled “UPF 50+”(UPF is like the SPF rating, but for clothing).

Some of these tips can be found in shape magazine October 2015 edition

4. Drink even more water:

Almost half of Americans aren’t drinking even four 8- ounce glasses of water a day, according to a study by the Center of Disease Control and Prevention. Double your water intake and in about two months you’ll see it reflected in your skin.


Sunscreen is the number one way to prevent wrinkles, brown spots, broken capillaries, sagging, and skin cancer. Choose a sunscreen or a moisturizer with SPF 30 or higher that feels great on your skin so you’ll enjoy wearing it.

6. Get your beauty sleep:

Stop bingeing on Netflix, put your phone away, and just go to bed. The more you sleep, the more time your skin has to repair. Make eight hours a goal but settle for no fewer than six.

7. Sleep in a mask:

I don’t mean the silky kind that Audrey Hepburn wore in Breakfast at Tiffany’s; these are hydrating masks that you apply over your night cream to seal in all of your treatment products and take your results to the next level. I love Laneige Water Sleeping Mask, which has an orange-flower, rose, and sandalwood sleep inducing scent.