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   Problem: Fine lines and uneven skin tone:
   lf you aren't already using a daily moisturizer or foundation
   with an SPF of 15 or higher, start slathering it on.
   Look for a product labeled "broad-spectrum," meaning it protects you
   from both wrinkle-causing UVA rays and burning UVB rays.






   You should also incorporate a few other age-busting ingredients
   such as antioxidants into your routine. Environmental assaults create
   free radicals - molecules that break down collagen and elastin,
   the supportive fibres that make your skin firm and elastic.
   When the fibres start to disconnect, skin wrinkles and sags.
   Antioxidants destroy free radicals, protecting existing collagen
   and elastin and stimulating the production of new collagen.



   Dermatologists have been buzzing about the effectiveness of idebenone,
   a synthetic antioxidant, vitamins C and E, and green or white tea.
   Whatever product you go with, experts recommend giving it
   a 3-month trial period: If your skin feels softer and looks brighter,
   you'll know it's working.



   You may wish to try the following homemade remedy for uneven complexion:
   Put some lemon juice on your face and leave it over night.
   Lemon juice will help your skin get rid of freckles.



   If after 4 to 6 weeks you're not happy with the results
   of a nonprescription AHA product, your dermatologist may recommend
   an in-office procedure that uses a blend of more-potent ingredients.
   The most effective combination is a solution of 20 - 70% AHAs
   plus a prescription vitamin A derivative (Retino A),
   which helps the acids penetrate better.



   Problem: Wrinkles around the eyes:



   While regular facial moisturizers can keep the skin supple,
   eye creams usually contain lower concentrations of active ingredients
   and fewer preservatives, so they are gentler.



   Make sure the cream you choose includes the basics, such as sunscreen
   and antioxidants. If you need a little extra help, look for ingredients like
   caffeine and magnolia extract to reduce puffiness; coneflower to cool and
   soothe or vitamin K to lessen dark under-eye circles.





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       Problem: Breakouts:

       Up to 50% of women over age 25 have adult acne. Hormones are the problem. When levels of androgens,
       the testosterone-like chemicals responsible for acne, rise - just before your period, for instance,
       or whenever you are particularly stressed your oil glands go into overdrive, causing clogged pores
       and sometimes leading to acne flare-ups.

       If you have always been pimple-prone, you may find that the pattern of your breakouts is changing
       as you age (adult acne tends to appear on the lower part of the face).
       You may notice that the treatments you used when you were younger don't work as well.

       To target breakouts without overdrying your skin, wash your face twice daily with a gentle nonsoap lotion
       and avoid harsh toners that contain alcohol. Use a noncomedogenic (non-pore-clogging) moisturizer
       with moisture-attracting humectants like glycerin and hyaluronic acid, but stay away from pore blockers
       such as mineral oil and lanolin.

       Prescription retinoid creams, such as Retino A, clear pores and fight wrinkles at the same time.
       If your skin doesn't respond to these chemicals, the dermatologist may decide to prescribe stronger remedy.
       Oral antibiotics can kill acne-causing bacteria, while birth control pills can control breakouts
       by decreasing oil production.





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