Celebrities with the Best and Worst Skin
Experts reveal what these stars are doing right and wrong when it comes to their facial skin care regimen
Worst: Mel GibsonGibson is no spring chicken, but other celebs his age (like Tom Hanks) seem to have a smoother skin texture and a brighter complexion. Waldorf attributes sun damage as the cause for Gibson's deep-set wrinkles and leather-like texture. "Improvement would take resurfacing (like several sessions of Fraxel), filler (like Restylane, Juvederm or Radiesse) and sun protection," Waldorf says. Have questions about fillers? Get answers here. And don't forget to use a UVA and UVB blocking sunscreen everyday (try Avon ANEW Advanced All-In-One MAX SPF 15 UVA/UVB Lotion, $16.50).
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