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A: It seems that the way you apply your treatment is just as important as what’s in it. On WebMD, Eva Scrivo, owner of Eva Scrivo Salons in New York City, suggests applying light pressure — “so you can feel the bones of your face” — with your fingertips when putting on your treatment. Move fingertips in upward strokes, from your jawline to the forehead. This is a great tip even if you’re just washing your face.
A: Good Housekeeping suggests mixing a teaspoon of glycerin with 8 ounces of rosewater.
A: Sunscreen! You can find sunscreens with SPF 30 and broad-spectrum protection for under $10. Sunscreen helps to prevent premature aging, including fine lines, wrinkles, roughness and uneven skin tone.
A: Just rub your nails with lemon or grapefruit peel, suggests Essie Weingarten, founder of Essie Cosmetics, in Better Homes and Gardens.
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