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Your 2020 New Year’s Skincare Resolutions

You’re probably conceptualizing all your resolutions for 2020. You might want to consider having some for the sake of your skin this year.

Improving your skincare routine should be one of your New Year’s resolutions. Your skin needs some repair as well from the damage caused by sugar, alcohol, and rich food consumption from the holidays.

Here are some effective resolutions and recommendations for healthier skin this 2020:

1. Stick to a Consistent, Effective Skin Care Routine
First things first. One of the most important, if not the most important, aspects of taking care of your skin is finding the right regimen and routine.

A morning and evening routine should be set and follow it each day. While your specific skin care plan should be catered to match your unique skin type.

After your morning skincare regimen, you should apply makeup or other products as you usually would. At night time, your routine will be similar to your morning plan with some basic changes.

2. Have an Anti-Aging Routine, too
Everyone wants to age gracefully, right? That includes you. Work with an experienced dermatologist to know how you can stave off aging through the right routines and products.

3. Eat Healthily. Eat the Right Way.
They say: “you are what you eat” and that couldn’t be truer. That applies to your skin, too. When you eat healthy foods, your body gets the antioxidants, minerals, and other nutrients it needs for you to look great.

For better skin, dermatologists normally encourage people to eat fruits, antioxidants, vegetables, and spices. Consuming a wide range of these foods is essential to combat aging and maintain youthful, healthy skin.

4. Have a Healthy Exercise Plan and Routine
Regular exercise is great for circulation and improves all aspects of systemic function – including skin health. Increased blood flow delivers nourishment to the skin, keeping them looking young and healthy. This increase in blood flow also removes toxins and waste from the skin, improving cell function.

Exercise is also linked to stress reduction, and stress relief is great for reducing the effects of skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.

5. Never Forget Your Beauty Rest
You hear it most of the time from your friends: “I need my beauty rest.” That’s because it is indeed essential to your overall appearance and skin health.

During sleep, your whole body is able to heal, and that includes the skin. When you don’t get enough sleep, your body may not have time to heal or produce new, healthy skin. This can worsen conditions like acne, eczema, and even allergic responses. Additionally, lack of sleep can accelerate the aging process. During the deeper phases of sleep, the skin is rejuvenated and healed. If you don’t achieve deep sleep each night, damaged skin isn’t repaired or replaced, increasing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

6. Always Stay Hydrated
It is simply a must for everyone to drink enough water each day, eight (8) glasses at the very least. Drinking plenty of water avoids or limits the intake of alcohol and other drinks that may dehydrate you.

Staying hydrated enables the bloat and skin puffiness to decrease, giving you back that healthy skin glow.

7. Making Sure You Regularly Consults a Dermatologist to Help You with Skin Care
Visiting a dermatologist every now and then should be like visiting a doctor for regular checkups. For your skin to be in tip-top shape, you should know it is a requisite for you to have it checked.

A great way to start in 2020 is to schedule an appointment with our veteran dermatologists. Our skilled professionals can help start the New Year with a bang with proper skincare resolutions to combat aging and keep skin looking and feeling great about yourself.

Call our Patient Care Lines (+632) 7-368 5238 | (+63) 917 862 7454 | (+63) 921 217 0517 to book a FREE derma consultation.

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