Skin brightening is sort of a religion these days. With so many effective ways to restore your glow without using hydroquinone, it’s no wonder that kinder, gentler ways to brighten up a dull, dry, discolored complexion are in demand right now. In addition to the widely accepted staples of kojic acid, licorice extract, retinol, vitamin C, green tea, and other antioxidants, there are some newcomers to the party. Getting glowy skin is all about using sun protection to prevent damage, plus reversing existing damage with consistent daily use of an active skin care regimen that turns over dead cells and reveals healthy new ones.
Some new products to add to your arsenal:
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Your genetics, chronological age and the sun play major roles in how well your skin will age, but your lifestyle and habits are huge contributing factors as well. If you’re hell bent on keeping those lines, wrinkles, uneven tone and rough-textured skin at bay, Dr. Mirwat Sami, a Houston board-certified Oculoplastic Surgeon has some recommendations for you:
SLEEP ON YOUR BACK: Sleeping on your side or stomach can cause uneven blood circulation which can deprive certain areas (including your skin) the nourishment it needs. Dr. Sami says that, “Not only do these sleeping positions cause wrinkles, poor blood circulation causes fluids to be stuck around your eyes.” This contributes to und