1 Use Sunscreen Whenever You’re Out In The Sun.
UV radiation from the sun damages cells and can lead to wrinkles and dry spots on your skin, so you should protect it with sunblock at all times when outdoors – dermatologists generally suggest applying SPF 30 protection at least every three or four hours to stay protected against UV rays. And don’t forget reapply every 3 to 4 hours! To stay protected for as long as possible.
2 Avoid Smoking.
One of the many health risks of smoking is skin damage. Nicotine-laced cigarettes deplete vital skin-nourishing vitamins, leading to an array of adverse side-effects. For optimal skin health, it is wise to avoid smoking altogether. To stay sane it’s best not to smoke on an ongoing basis if possible.