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Dermatologists advice to follow these expert skin care tips

Taking care of skin is not a child’s play; it requires efforts and a few hacks. You just need to be aware of the right practices and you can have a healthy and beautiful skin.

Skin Care By Namrata Dutta / Mar 17, 2016

Massage to fight wrinkles

Wrinkles aren’t a pretty sight and wrinkles aren’t a thing that just appears with age. Sometimes frowning, scrunching and various facial movements can lead to some fine lines and crow feet. To fight off the wrinkles, regularly massage your face.

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Keep your skin hydrated

Well it is indeed true that drinking water can hydrate your skin but along with drinking water, a fair supply of skin care products that can hydrate your skin as well like hydrating serums and creams.

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Avoid hot water

You should never wash your face or even take a hot water shower. It can be very harsh on your skin. Try and bathe or wash your face with normal room temperature water.

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Sunscreen might help

When you are stepping out in sun, do remember to apply sunscreen on your body parts that are usually exposed like neck, arms, chest and sometimes feet.

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Rubbing eyes

You should never rub your eyes, especially when you are wearing kajal or mascara. Even when taking off your makeup, be gentle while removing kajal.

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