How to care for your skin this springWinter has come and gone and, unfortunately, it left behind some chilling effects. With a forecast of brighter days ahead, it's time to make over your skin care regimen.
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Step up sun protection
The number one anti-aging product that all dermatologists can agree on is sunscreen. For maximum protection, use a tablespoon of broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 for the face and a shot glass for the body. Pick a moisturizing sunscreen formulated with antioxidants to block UV rays and protect skin from free radical damage and environmental pollutants, says Howard Sobel, MD, founder of Skin & Spa in New York City. He's a fan of DDF Weightless Defense Oil-Free Hydrator SPF 45 ($37, amazon.com). Sensitive to chemical sunscreens? Use a physical blocker with zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, such as SkinCeuticals Physical UV Defense SPF 30 ($34, skinceuticals.com).
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