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Doctor's Orders1 of 9
By Melissa Matthews Brown for Woman's Day
Who better to steal anti-aging secrets from than skin doctors themselves? From sleeping to snacking — to where to sit on an airplane — these tricks of the trade will have you looking younger without paying the price of surgery or other invasive beauty treatments.
Work Out2 of 9
“Exercise and keep an active lifestyle,” says Gary Goldfaden, MD, a Miami-based dermatologist. Working out helps promote circulation and the flow of nutrients to your skin.
Relax3 of 9
“Don’t tense your face or neck muscles while working out. Tensing these muscles can deepen fine lines while weakening the muscles in your neck and promoting sagging,” says Frederic Brandt, MD, a dermatologist in Miami and New York City.
Don't Smoke4 of 9
“Avoid smoking — it slows the flow of oxygen to the skin. It also causes fine lines to deepen and increases skin discoloration,” says Paul M. Friedman, MD, a Houston- and New York City-based dermatologist.
Choose the Aisle5 of 9
When traveling by plane, avoid the window seat. You’ll be exposed to higher-than-normal doses of UV radiation thanks to the higher altitude, says Dr. Brandt.
Hands Off!6 of 9
“Don’t pick at your skin! Spreading bacteria on your face leads to irritation and can leave scars,” says Heidi Waldorf, director of laser and cosmetic dermatology at The Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.
Sleep Tight7 of 9
“Try to go to bed by 11 p.m. each night to optimize your natural secretion of human growth hormone, which promotes cell turnover and collagen production,” says Dr. Brandt.
Take Cover8 of 9
“Stay out of the sun between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., when the sun is at its strongest and causes the most damage,” says Kathy Fields, MD, a San Francisco dermatologist and co-creator of Proactiv.
Eat Right9 of 9
“Eat healthy and cut back on sugar and salt. Those ingredients attach to collagen, causing it to break down more quickly,” says Dr. Goldfaden.
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