Embrace the new year by treating yourself right, and it won't even feel like another year has gone by.
Shave off a Few Years
To shave off a few years, establish a grooming ritual that will decrease inflammation—a culprit for acne and skin dehydration. Look for products infused with calming aloe, chamomile, avocado oil, green tea, geranium, licorice or lavender. You can also reduce inflammation by eating foods rich in Omega-3 fats such as salmon. Or, simply swap soda for green tea. Failing to keep pesky ingrown hairs at bay can weather your face. “Men should always try to incorporate a salicylic-based astringent into their shaving routine to prevent ingrown hairs,” says Fredric Brandt, a Miami and New York City-based dermatologist. “It can be used either before or after shaving.” Try Dr. Brandt Blemishes No More Daily Exfoliating Cleanser, $25, drbrandtskincare.com.
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