Skin care tips dermatologists follow
The vast assortment of skin care products available can make it a challenge to find one that best suits your skin care needs. You may find a product, follow the instructions, and realize that it’s hurting not helping your skin. (Look for the 8 signs your skin products are damaging your face.) So what should and shouldn’t you use on your face and body?
Luckily, our top dermatologists share the skin care tips that they follow themselves to maintain healthy and younger-looking skin.
Always use an eye cream
“The eyelid skin is the thinnest and most delicate skin and shows age the fastest,” says Debra Jaliman, MD, author of Skin Rules and an assistant professor of dermatology at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. So even though the skin care aisle can be incredibly overwhelming, it’s worth spending some time there. To ensure effectiveness, look for peptides and antioxidants on an eye cream’s ingredient list, suggests Dr. Jaliman.