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Gently exfoliate: Helping skin to shed built-up surface layers of dead skin as it would if it was hydrated and healthy is a fundamental part of any skincare routine. Young skin can exfoliate dead skin all on its own but that changes as we get older. The most non-irritating, gentlest way to do this is with a well-formulated alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) or beta hydroxy acid (BHA) leave-on exfoliant. These types of products imperceptibly reveal the hydrated, smoother, radiant skin that’s hiding underneath.
Use moisturizers and serums that are filled to the brim with antioxidants, skin-replenishing ingredients, and skin-restoring ingredients. These are all the crucial elements skin needs to reconstitute itself, hold on to water, and feel supremely smooth and radiant. No one’s skin can be rehydrated without these indispensable substances that skin thrives on.
Don't forget your lips: Lips are the least capable of staying smooth and soft. Do not leave your lips naked, day or night. During the day, it’s essential to apply and reapply an emollient lipstick, gloss, or balm and during daylight hours, it needs to contain sunscreen!
How to Care for Dry Skin