Protect yourselfIt's dermatologists' most frequently repeated refrain: "Use sunscreen daily wherever your skin is exposed. It's the easiest and least expensive shield against future sun damage and wrinkles." Naturally, Calabasas-based dermatologist Dr. Debra Luftman agrees. "Skin ages both intrinsically based on genes and extrinsically based on environmental exposure," says the doctor, who recommends using a moisturizer that contains SPF to eliminate the extra step of applying two separate products. (Try OLAY Complete SPF 30 Defense Daily UV Moisturizer, $14.99.) And, says Earle, "If sunscreens tend to irritate your skin, use a mineral-based reflective sunblock that contains titanium dioxide or zinc oxide."
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