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10 dermatologist tips on skin care 2019


To take care of your skin, we will not just make up every night. The following tips come from dermatologists who have adopted them for themselves.

Skin care: always put an eye cream


"The skin of the eyelids is so thin and delicate that it is where aging is fastest," says Dr. Debra Jaliman, author of Skin Rules and Assistant Professor of Dermatology at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. .The time spent shopping in the aisles of skin care is not lost time. The dermatologist recommends searching the list of ingredients for the presence of peptides and antioxidants if you want the eye cream to be effective.
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Silk Pillowcase


Sleep on a silk pillowcase, to take care of your skin
It is said that the way one sleeps can leave lines and marks on the face.Researchers believe that this claim is false: a study from the University of Michigan showed that the position during sleep had little impact on the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.But why these annoying lines? It would be due to the fabric. With silk, your face slips, instead of crashing, onto the pillow, says Dr. Jaliman. Not only will you not have brands, but you will have more comfort. If you want to pay attention to your skin, go to silk!
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Eat the Rainbow


The secret for a beautiful skin ... Eat the rainbow.
This is a nod to Health Canada's recommendations on diet. A white bread diet does not make the skin clear. Dr. Jaliman follows a diet that contains a lot of colorful fruits and vegetables, especially these. "Fruits and vegetables are rich in antioxidants that provide radiant skin," she says.Research indicates that carotenoids, these pigments found in carrots, spinach, other green leafy vegetables and tomatoes, give the skin a healthy glow.

Use Headphones while taking calls


Use headphones to talk on the phone
Your cell is dirtier than a toilet seat.See these other everyday objects covered with microbes and how to clean them . In a small sample of 51 phones, researchers at the University of Oregon found 7,000 strains of different bacteria. Do like dermatologists, do not bring your iPhone close to your face. Some of the bacteria on the surface of your device can cause rashes, says Dr. Jaliman. (Do not forget to clean your cell phone from time to time.)

Cut the Sugar


Recently, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) suggested that added sugars in prepared foods do not exceed 10% of total daily calories.Nutritionists are not the only ones to cut sugar, dermatologists have long been aware of the negative effects of sugars on your skin. The sugar molecules can stiffen collagen, the protein that's so important to your skin's health, and cause wrinkles, says Dr. Jaliman. Follow these expert tips to wean you off sugar.

Sunscreen, always and again


Sunscreen is essential for the skin and prevents it from getting older faster, we've all heard it say. What many people do not know is that this is the first thing to apply on your face, not the last! According to renowned Dr. Neal Schultz, creator of BeautyRx by Dr. Schultz and host of DermTV.com, "The reason is that when sunscreens were tested by the FDA, they were applied to bare skin. That's why, if you want to get the SPF indicated, you need to put sunscreen before anything else. When I spend time outside, I obey the rule of my shadow. When my shadow is shorter than me, the sun is at its strongest: even if I wear sunscreen, and I put it every day, I limit my exposure to the sun. The dermatologist Victoria A. Cirillo.

Use tomatoes


The expression "having red cheeks like a tomato" refers to the appearance of someone in good health. The link is obvious: tomatoes offer a plethora of nutritional benefits. Dr. John Layke, a plastic surgeon from Beverly Hills, swears by tomatoes to brighten the skin, reduce age spots and discoloration marks. Indeed, tomatoes are rich in lycopene, a powerful antioxidant.

Skin Care in the Morning and Evening


Take care of your skin in the morning and evening
If you have slept longer in the morning and have returned late at night, you may shorten the time spent caring for your skin. Dr. Loretta Ciraldo insists on the consistency of our habits. "I often compare skin products to medications: if it is recommended to apply the cream twice a day and you only put it once, it's like taking half the dose needed to get the desired results.If I give an antibiotic injection and throw half of it before I get an injection, I reduce its effectiveness.It's the same for skin care! "

Be minimalist


In their quest for skin perfection, there are people who complicate their lives. But for skin as for many things, "the best is the enemy of good". Dr. Tyler Hollmig, a dermatologist and director of laser cosmetic surgery at Stanford Health Center, says, "The basic rule for cosmetics is that fewer ingredients are better than many. I like products without additives, without fragrance for example. In the evening, I clean my skin with water and a gentle exfoliator to eliminate pollution; I moisturize it with a cream, preferably in a tube rather than in a pump bottle;and I go to bed. "

Choose mineral-based products


Unlike thick foundations, the mineral makeup ranges contain little or no preservatives or chemicals. With these products without parabens and dyes and fragrances, women who suffer from eczema or rosacea and who do not want to drop makeup will be pampered. The renowned dermatologist in New York, Janet Prystowsky, says, "I use a mineral sunscreen tinted on the face instead of a foundation. It must contain zinc oxide or titanium dioxide. On the rest of the body, I put clear mineral and chemical sunscreens, because they absorb well and do not stain my clothes. "


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