Keeping the Skin Healthy Between Botox Treatments

Taking care of your skin isn’t as hard as you may think.

If you aren’t doing so already, make sure you’re wearing sunscreen. While the natural vitamin D from the sun is good for the body, the ultraviolet rays can lead to wrinkles and sunspots. The blue light emitted from your phone can also be harmful, which is something you may wish to consider.

Retinoids are an important part of any skincare routine, particularly for those interested in anti-aging, whether you're using an over-the-counter solution or a prescription-strength solution. They boost collagen production, as well as the skin cell turnover rate. They also enhance skin texture and give it a shine, along with reducing fine lines and wrinkles, skin tone evening out, and reducing the size of pores. You may wish to use a pea-sized amount at night.

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