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Don't go to bed with makeup on. Makeup left on overnight seeps into your pores, clogs them, and congests your skin.

Make sure that you wash your face twice at the end of the day. Once to get the makeup off.

A second time to wash the skin itself.

Exfoliate daily. After washing your face at night, be sure to exfoliate. Use a delicate scrub.

If you don't have one on hand, a tablespoon of sugar or oatmeal will work just fine.

Use facial masks regularly. If possible, everyday is ideal.

Again, if you don't have one on hand, make your own.

Mashed banana or avocado is good. Plain yogurt also works well.

Keep a treatment and moisturizer on your face, day or night. Put your skin first.

After you wash it at night, put on some kind of skin treatment, whether it's alpha hydroxy acids, vitamin A or C, or any kind of special cocktail treatment.

Let that sink in, then put a moisturizer over that. In the morning, do the same.

Don't use the cheapest or most expensive cosmetics.

Mom tells me that moderately priced cosmetics are the best. They get the job done, and the ingredients are usually pretty good.

You have to keep trying various brands until you find something that works well for you.

Hydrate your face throughout the day.

Whether it's a commercial product, or one you make yourself (fill a spray bottle with distilled water, add a few drops of chamomile or rose essential oil, shake it gently before each use, and spray it on) hydrate your face, even over makeup, frequently throughout the day.

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Treat your face gently. Never pull, tug, or scrub your facial skin.

Be very gentle when you clean it, moisturize it or makeup on it.

This will lessen the chance that you'll damage your skin and get wrinkles.

Keep your face covered when you're in the sun.

Eat fresh foods and drink lots of water.

Let go of stress. Stress can show up on your face, no matter how well you take care of your skin.

Do something your enjoy everyday, whether it's watching TV or going shopping.

Your face reflects what's going on inside of your mind.

Skin feeling drier than the Sahara? Blame it on winter. Chilly temperatures, raw winds and indoor heating can zap moisture.

The result? Dry, flaky, itchy, not-so-pretty skin. Find out how to fight back…

Dry skin can be a year-round problem, but winter often makes it worse. Not only is it itchy and uncomfortable, it also makes lines and wrinkles on your face stand out.

Dry skin also hurts your overall health. That’s because, normally, your skin acts as a protective barrier keeping moisture in and irritants out.

Parched skin, however, opens pores to infection.

“Scratches and cracks allow bacteria to get in and infect skin,” says Susan C. Taylor, M.D., director of Society Hill Dermatology in Philadelphia and author of Brown Skin: Dr. Susan Taylor’s Prescription for Flawless Skin, Hair and Nails (Amistad).

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celebrities beauty tips, professional skin care advice, Black underwear lingerie Fortunately, turning around dry skin problems is simple.

Often, all it takes is changing some routines and habits that rob your skin of moisture.

Read on for soothing solutions:

Skin parcher #1: Your face or body wash Cleansers that contain soap and other harsh detergents, such as sodium lauryl sulfate, deplete skin of natural oils.

“Soap is the biggest cause of dry skin,” says Manhattan-based dermatologist Paul Jarrod Frank, M.D., associate professor of dermatology at New York University Medical Center.

Some of the worst offenders are anti-bacterial cleansers.

“They not only have detergents, but also contain a chemical called triclosan, which strips and irritates skin,” Frank says.

Skin soothers: Choose bars over body washes because “the ingredients used to liquefy soaps can make them really drying to skin,” he says.

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