Whether you’re a teenager looking for anti-aging benefits, or you always need more moisture, you can create new habits to take better care of your skin at any age. It’s true, lifestyle changes make a dramatic impact on your skin. Take better care of your skin by sticking religiously to these three habits.

Eat Healthy Foods
Guys and gals, there is a reason our products are based on botanical ingredients… they work! Beauty really does come from within, which is why we strongly recommend that you eat healthy foods in addition to following a strict skin care regimen. Foods like avocado, pomegranate, and nuts fight inflammation, redness and other skin issues we all want to avoid. If there’s one thing you should be amping up in your diet, it’s antioxidants. While antioxidants are best known for producing youthful, glowing skin, they have even more benefits to the body.

Moisturize Daily
This may come as a shock to some of you, but there are people who choose not to moisturize their face or skin. And for those of us with dry skin, it’s difficult to understand! However, even if you don’t have dry skin, you should be moisturizing daily. The obvious reason to take better care of your skin by moisturizing is to prevent signs of aging, like wrinkles or dark circles. On the other hand, moisturizing daily is a huge benefit for acne-prone skin! It’s a common misconception that acne-prone skin is too oily for moisturizers, but most acne skin care solutions dry blemishes and your skin out. You could be making acne-prone skin break out worse by skipping moisturizer.

Wear SPF
This step to take better care of your skin is more than a step. In fact, it’s crucial! Not only should you wear SPF daily to prevent aging and wrinkles, but you need to protect your skin from sun damage and and prevent skin cancer in the future. And acne treatments can make your skin more prone to skin damage and sunburns, so it’s especially important that you wear SPF. Look for a daily moisturizer that has added sun protection, and keep additional sunscreen in your purse or car at all times… you can’t apply sunscreen once and expect it to last all day! Make sure to reapply on a regular basis.