10 Things You Don’t Know About Your Skin

It’s our body’s largest organ yet there is still so much we don’t know about our skin! From preventing wrinkles to the benefits of facial massage, we went to anti-aging expert Dr. Aaron Tabor to get the scoop on 10 things you don’t know about your skin–but should!

“Your skin reflects your overall health,” Dr. Tabor says, “so the best thing to remember is to eat a healthy diet and avoid junk food, do not smoke, exercise regularly, and drink plenty of water. It is also important to read the ingredients on all skincare products and avoid any that contain “Glycols” or “PEGS,” as they contain harmful chemicals.”

Since May is National Skin Cancer Awareness Month, it’s the perfect time to start thinking about preventing future damage to your outer later. Read on for more of Dr. Tabor’s tips!

Decode Botanicals

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Botanicals, or a plant or plant part valued for its medicinal or therapeutic properties, flavor, and/or scents, can be very useful in skincare products.

“Botanicals that contain beta-carotene can actually improve skin quality,” Dr. Tabor says. “Keep in mind that products that contain botanicals should have a color or hue to them, as botanicals have a natural color. If the product you’re using claims to have botanicals in it and it is white in color, you should ditch it. The only way skincare products can be white in color is through chemicals.”

Rub Away the Years

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Massage is beneficial for more than just our backs. “A facial massage helps stimulate fibroblasts (or cells) in the skin to release collagen and restore elasticity that’s lost as we age.” Many facials offer massage techniques as part of the treatment.

You’re Never Too Young

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Did you know that your skin is already aging by your early 20s? “Do not wait until you’re over 40 years old to use advanced, super-strength products-start right now,” Dr. Tabor says. “A 20 year old loses collagen in her face at the same rate as a 40 year old. By using full-strength products right away, you can help delay collagen loss and other signs of aging.”

Hands First, Face Second

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Think your makeup brush gets dirty? Our hands are carrying around billions of bacteria at any given time-that inevitably gets transferred onto our faces.

“Never put on makeup, use skincare products, or even touch your face until you have thoroughly washed your hands,” Dr. Tabor says. “Bacteria are the number one culprit in skin breakouts and, despite what people think, most of the germs that reach your face do not come from the air-they come from your own two hands.”

Open Pores are Preferred

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Closed pores means less absorption of product. “For maximum benefit, preface your nighttime skincare regimen by opening your pores. The best way to do this is to take a wash cloth or hand towel, soak it in hot water, and then let it rest on your face for a few moments,” Dr. Tabor says. Then, apply your nighttime serums and moisturizers.

Your Face is Shrinking

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“As we age, we lose bone mass, including the bones in our face. That’s right, medical studies show that your face really does shrink as you age!”

Dr. Tabor suggests taking calcium supplements to support facial structure. “The more you can delay osteoporosis by taking calcium, the better,” he says. This is the best way to prevent the appearance of skin ‘hanging off’ the face.

The Most Important Skincare Products You’re Not Using

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Vitamins do a body good-in more ways than one. “One of the most important skincare products every woman should have is a high-quality vitamin. After all, your skin reflects how well you are nourished. As you age, make sure your vitamin regimen includes antioxidants and omega-3 oils,” Dr. Tabor says.

The Flabby Face Workout?

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While facial exercises may sound silly, “it’s important to remember that your face has muscles, and toned muscles will always look better than flabby muscles,” the doctor says. It’s one more reason to smile a more often!

Moisturize More. And More

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If you think you’ve moisturized enough, slather on some more! “Moisturize more than you think you need to. It’s best to apply while the skin is still damp so the product can help trap some of the surface moisture into your skin. And, while you’re at it, moisturize inside out by staying hydrated. In other words, drink lots of water!” Dr. Tabor says.

Not Just an Old Wives Tale

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Putting cucumbers on eyes may sound like an old wives tale, but it’s medically proven to work. “Cold cucumbers on puffy eyes really do soothe and reduce swelling. In fact, many high-priced eye products contain extracts that are chemically related to cucumbers,” Dr. Tabor says. So head to that fridge and start slicing!

  • By Jené Luciani

6 Fascinating Facts You Probably Never Knew About Your Skin

Your skin does a big job for you. In fact, each inch of skin is made up of 19 million skin cells, 650 sweat glands, 20 blood vessels, and 1,000 nerve endings, according to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD). “The skin is the body’s largest organ. It’s our first line of defense against the outside world, including irritants and allergens. Maintaining a healthy skin barrier is crucial to this mission,” says Heidi Waldorf, MD, of Waldorf Dermatology Aesthetics in Nanuet, New York, and an associate clinical professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. More than a protective organ, your skin functions as an immune organ, she says: “Specialized immune cells live in the skin and recognize intruding organisms and substances. They send out messages to stimulate a fighter response or allergic response by recruiting specialized white blood cells from blood vessels in the skin.”

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All that to say, respecting this important organ with smart skin-care habits can help keep you healthy — and, yes, even smooth fine lines and wrinkles, and lessen discoloration. Knowing these cool facts will help you care for your skin as best you can:

1. Your Skin Is Hiding a (Not-so-Great) Secret

Hopefully, you’re diligent about applying a broad-spectrum sunscreen daily now, but there may have been a time in your past when you were not so careful — and those habits may catch up to you. While you may not be able to see it in the mirror, UV photos can reveal the sun damage simmering beneath your skin; and the AAD has some photos that may shock you.

“Sun damage may not be visible to the naked eye yet but will show up more with time,” says Lauren Ploch, MD, a board-certified dermatologist in Georgia and South Carolina. In addition to using products with SPF daily, to slow and reverse these effects, she recommends using a retinoid at night. Retinoids are skin-care products that can help treat acne, combat early signs of aging, and help heal sun-damaged skin, according to Dermstore.com.

Dr. Ploch might also recommend photodynamic therapy, which the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery notes is a light-based treatment that triggers the skin’s healing process, encouraging it to create new tissue. “These help treat the sun damage that we can’t yet see or feel,” she says.

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2. Dry Skin in the Winter Isn’t Only Uncomfortable — It May Be Harmful, Too

When temperatures begin to dip in the winter, harsh winds and indoor heating systems can suck the moisture right out of your skin. Having a lizardlike texture to your skin is one thing, but the issue doesn’t end there. “The skin needs to be a healthier barrier to prevent infections. Dry skin is basically a cracked, broken barrier,” says Ploch. “Many people think dry skin is cosmetic, but it can also increase our risk for infection with bacteria, viruses, and fungi.”

Keep skin moisturized with products that contain hyaluronic acid, glycerin, or ceramides, says Robert Anolik, MD, a board-certified dermatologist at Laser & Skin Surgery Center of New York and clinical assistant professor of dermatology at the NYU School of Medicine, both in New York City. Apply these within the first minute of coming out of the shower when skin is still moist, which will increase penetration and lock in hydration. He also recommends capping showers to five minutes if you have sensitive skin and bathing with lukewarm water because long, hot dips can exacerbate dryness.

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3. Similar to a Snake That Sheds, Your Skin Renews Itself Every 28 Days

The epidermis is the thin outer layer of your skin, which contains dead skin cells. It’s this epidermis that turns over every 28 days, says Dr. Anolik. Another way to put it is that as skin cells generate at the bottom of the epidermis, it takes them about a month to reach the surface as dead cells naturally slough off, according to the American Skin Association. Here’s what that tells you: Don’t expect products to work immediate miracles on your skin, no matter what the fancy advertising claims, says Anolik. “If you’re treating acne or hyperpigmentation, you have to give new products one to two cycles to see the benefit of your skin-care routine,” he says. Wait at least two months before assessing your results.

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4. Your Skin Can Respond Negatively to Stress, Just Like Your Mind

While it’s unlikely you can blame the traffic jam this morning on a zit that pops up later, your skin feels your emotions, too. “Stress triggers a high level of cortisol and inflammatory molecules called cytokines that spread throughout the body,” says Anolik. This can lead to a rise in inflammatory markers that trigger matrix metalloproteinases, enzymes that break down collagen molecules in skin, he explains. Collagen is a protein that gives skin its youthful, bouncy elasticity, according to the Cleveland Clinic. Major illnesses or events have the power to trigger the chronic stress that would affect skin, says Anolik; it’s less likely to be caused by small day-to-day stressors. Still, developing a steady routine to deal with stress can go a long way in preserving your skin health. Exercise is proven way to manage stress, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. Likewise, a study published in March 2018 in Anxiety, Stress & Coping found that a regular yoga routine was effective in reducing stress and anxiety, and boosted well-being compared with a control group.

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5. Thick Skin Serves a Purpose (Sometimes)

Trouble spots on your skin may seem like an inconvenience, but they may have a reason for being. The bottoms of your feet and heels may be made up of thicker skin (that you desperately try to rid via a pedicure), but that’s evolution at work, protecting you while you walk, says Anolik. Areas like the elbows are a different story. “Elbows tend to get thicker over the years because we lean on them — it’s a reactive response from the constant friction,” he says. For these areas, use a moisturizer that has a chemical peel ingredient, like lactic acid, to break down this thick skin, he recommends. Try AmLactin Daily Moisturizing Body Lotion ($12.97; Amazon). (Bonus: These products also work for the area between your knees and ankles that’s often chronically dry, he says.)

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6. Your Skin Would Be Happy With One Product Head to Toe

A quick trip to the skin-care aisle at your local drugstore and your head can get dizzy deciding between products that address each area of the body. Certain conditions (such as acne), skin types, and preferences mean that you might reach for different products for different areas — and that’s completely fine. But know that just because your skin does a big job, caring for it doesn’t have to be complex. “Many people could get away with using the same product all over,” says Dr. Waldorf. A daily routine is important, “but it could just be cleanser and sunscreen in the morning and cleansing and moisturizing at night,” she says. Here’s to keeping it simple.

Lauren Ahn

It’s easy to put things off and say, “Someday I’ll treat myself to a facial,” but life tends to get the best of you and “someday” could easily turn into “never.” What are you waiting for? You should do things for you every now and then, like buying a beauty product you have to save up for, because girl, you work hard and you deserve it!

1. Find your signature scent. Just because everyone else is obsessed with a certain fragrance doesn’t mean you need to be too. Find one that matches your specific lifestyle, personality, and taste so that when people smell it, they instantly think of you.

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2. Nail your winged eyeliner. Getting your cat-eye perfect takes T I M E. But once you figure out which eyeliner hack works best for you, you’ll never have to be late to dinner with your friends again.

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3. Get your makeup professionally done. A pro makeup artist — even if you go to the MAC makeup counter at the mall — can show you the most flattering ways to apply makeup based on your personal features that you might not be able to figure out on your own. To make sure you have the best experience, you’ll want to talk to the makeup artist about how much makeup you typically wear and what kind of look you’re going for.

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4. See a brow expert to help you find your perfect shape. Eyebrows are one of the most important yet underrated facial features. It’s amazing what a difference perfectly shaped brows can make to your overall look. It’s like to swiping on a red lipstick: If you take the time to fill in your brows, you won’t have to wear any other makeup!

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5. Master highlighting and contouring. With the right shades, placement, and seamless blending, you can instantly look like a more defined version of yourself.

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6. Splurge on professional nail art. Sure, DIY nail art is fun to do, but if you want the look without all the work, make an appointment with a nail artist you love for a custom mani masterpiece.

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7. Try eyelash extensions. Pinterest is full of tips for making your eyelashes stand out, but sometimes you want to wake up flawless and ready to go. Lash extensions can give you that doe-eyed look 24/7 without the use of an eyelash curler, mascara, or the fuss of having to put on falsies yourself. Make sure you find a reputable salon to do it. You can’t cheap out on eyelash extensions, but it’s definitely worth the money.

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8. Get a massage. Massages help reduce stress, improve your mood, fend off headaches … the list goes on.

9. Get a wax. Beauty is pain. But you know what else is a pain? Having to shave all the time.

10. Shave your face. Don’t be scared off by the thought of this, it’s more for the proper exfoliation of your face rather than getting rid of your facial hair — and no, it won’t make you grow a beard. If timeless beauties Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor did it, maybe you should try it too. Just sayin’.

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11. Get a facial from an experienced aesthetician. You’ll leave with completely refreshed skin that resembles a baby’s. Let’s all sign up for that right now.

12. Get a full skin consultation with a dermatologist. Whether it’s to check your moles to make sure they’re not cancerous or deal with stubborn acne problems you’ve had for years, a trip to the dermatologist can literally change your life.

13. Treat yourself to a blowout. Giving yourself a blowout is a pain in the ass. Have someone else do it for you … at least once.

14. Get bangs. It’s the simplest way to completely switch up your look without losing the rest of your hair’s length.

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15. Get a pixie cut. Cutting off your hair can be liberating, and if you don’t like it, the hair will grow back.

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16. Dye your hair a crazy color. Live life on the edge! Again, you can always dye it back to your original shade.

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17. Embrace your natural hair texture. If you’ve tried every treatment, product, and technique in the book to make your curly hair straight or straight hair curly, it’s time to let go and allow your hair to do what it wants. Switching your look up is harmless, but it’s good for your soul to accept your body and your features the way they are instead of always trying to change them.

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18. Learn how to braid. Once you know how to braid (French braid, rope braid, fishtail braid) your hair, the styling possibilities are endless.

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19. Wear hair extensions (whether they’re temporary or permanent). Ever wonder how celebrities have such long, thick, luscious hair? Answer: extensions. So go on, channel your inner Blake Lively and give them a try.

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20. Do one big beauty haul. Admit it. Every time you visit Sephora, you find at least five things you want to buy but don’t because you decide you shouldn’t spend the money. But at least once in your life, head into that store and buy everything you want. You deserve it!

21. Splurge on a product you’ve been dying to try. This isn’t an everyday thing, obviously, but you don’t need to always buy the cheaper version of a product that doesn’t work as well. Buy the expensive product you’ve been reading about — it’s most likely going to work better and make you feel really nice.

22. Try all your favorite beauty looks on your Pinterest beauty board. Pinterest shouldn’t be the place where things you love go to die. So actually try that date-night makeup tutorial. Who knows, it might just completely change the way you do your makeup.

23. Create a YouTube beauty tutorial. Hey, you might even be able to make a career out of it.

24. Make your own skin/hair mask at home. Chances are there’s some avocado/apple cider vinegar/egg treatment you’ve been wanting to whip up for your skin or hair, but have just never gotten around to doing. Give yourself a night in and cross this off the bucket list already.

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25. Discover and own your signature look. Taylor Swift has her red lipstick. Ariana Grande has her half ponytail. Find something that works for you, and make it your thing.

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8 Weird Beauty Treatments To Do When You’re Bored

Whether you often treat yourself to a Netflix night in, or you can’t resist settling into a good book at home, spending quality time solo is such a restorative way to pass the time. While you’re diving into your next chapter (or season), why not multitask your #treatyourself moment? I’m talking a self-pampering sesh — as in, all the weird beauty treatments to do when you’re bored.

Did you know, for example, that there’s actually a sleep mask for your lips? If you’re chronically settling for chapped lips and wouldn’t dream of sporting matte lipstick, give them a treat before bed. Or if you wake up to pesky blackheads every day, try a fun, toxin-removing charcoal mask treatment on your face. Its blend of ingredients includes Kaolin clay, which naturally sucks those blemish-causing pollutants right out of your pores.

Or if you’re feeling a Midas moment coming on, indulge yourself in the gold star treatment: Collagen masks that contain colloidal gold assist with blood flow circulation and improving skin’s elasticity, and that can be a big help for de-puffing under-eye bags. These eight weird and fun beauty treatments are the perfect partner for a lazy night in. Kick back, relax, and get your glam on.

Treat Lips To Their Very Own Sleeping Mask

Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask , $19, Amazon

Who knew that your lips needed get beauty rest, too? This sleeping mask uses a mix of hyaluronic acid (responsible for getting nutrients to your cells, carrying away toxins, and keeping collagen plump) and minerals to shed dead cells and replenish moisture while you sleep. Users say the long-lasting product stays put, even if you fidget in your sleep. The fast-acting formula even works as a lipstick primer, too. One fan said, “I’m so impressed with this mask that, if I could trade the handfuls of lip balms I’ve collected over the years with this single product, I would in a heartbeat.”

Get Your Midas On With Colloidal Gold Eye Patches

Secret Key Gold Racoony Eye Patches, $10, Amazon

Feeling like a queen? Apply these under-eye patches to treat your skin to the beneficial effects of a mix of lavender flower and rosemary leaf extract, in addition to hydrating aloe vera and calming green tea extract. The masks also contain colloidal gold, which is used to improve skin’s elasticity and stimulate circulation — a huge help for restoring damaged cells. Users say the different patch sizes also work as a quick breakout treatment, and one fan said, “I have really bad dark circles under my eyes from not sleeping for days, and after one or two uses, my eyes feel cool, and my skin feels super smooth.”

Give Hair A Deeper Conditioning Treatment — Helmet-Style

Miliard Professional Hair Conditioning Heat Cap , $27, Amazon

Wearing a helmet while cycling is imperative — and a strong case could be made for conditioning, too. This heat cap has three adjustable temperature settings that let you turn up the heat, which helps your hair to better absorb the nourishing conditioners you’re so good about applying. This cap is silent, too, so you can rest easy in the 20 minutes or so it takes to work its magic. One user said, “I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking to replenish dry hair without stress or mess.”

Sport Charcoal Powder To Unclog Pores

InstaNatural Charcoal Mask, $18, Amazon

Got a few extra minutes to unclog your pores? This charcoal treatment mask is created with a mix of kaolin, a purifying mineral found in clay, and lecithin, a moisturizing and smoothing agent, which gently remove acne-causing bacteria and blackheads buried deep within your pores. The charcoal powder adds its power to pull out toxins, too, so whether you have oily, dried-out, or blemish-prone skin, you can safely apply this treatment weekly for ten minutes to clear things up. Users say this creamy mask works as spot treatment for pesky pimples, too, and doesn’t become uncomfortable and crack like other masks.

Suit Up & Commit When It Comes To Effective Exfoliating

Tonic Invigorating Body Scrub, $22, Amazon; Smitco Exfoliating Beauty Wash Gloves (4 Pairs), $13, Amazon

How annoying is it when you scoop out a generous portion of your favorite scrub or wash — only to drop it down your leg and into the drain? These exfoliating gloves ensure slippery jojoba oils and nourishing vitamin E from this aromatherapeutic body scrub can replenish skin — without slipping onto the shower floor. The elastic wrists keep the fit secure, and one user said, “They hold their shape when wet and really do a great job of gently exfoliating dead skin cells without scratching my delicate skin.” The scrub’s refreshing blend of eucalyptus and peppermint oil helps to stimulate the senses, while Pacific sea salt naturally sloughs off dead cells.

Get Gadget-Savvy With Your Brow Grooming

Panasonic Facial Trimmer, $17, Amazon

This is the ultimate beauty treatment to indulge in when you’re bored. After all, how many times have you noticed a stray hair when you’re late — only to pluck the wrong hair when distracted? This handy gadget has hypoallergenic blades for sanitary, easy grooming, which can be used to tighten up your brows when plucking’s too painful. The rounded blade is gentle on sensitive skin, and one thrilled user even said, “Make-up foundations and moisturizers go on so much better and look flawless on. I will never wax or use cream hair remover again.”

Proudly Display Polka Dots To Defeat Zits

Mario Badescu Drying Lotion, $17, Amazon

When you’re looking forward to a long night in, but didn’t bank on spending it with a breakout, fight back! This drying lotion can be applied as a spot treatment to zits with a Q-Tip, and its acne-fighting blend of salicylic acid and calamine quickly gets to work drying out pimples and spots overnight. Think your face looks a little funky patterned with lightly-colored polka dots? You’re in good company — Kylie Jenner recorded herself combatting a breakout of her own with the effective treatment.

Refresh & Replenish Tired Cells With A Papaya Peel

Elemis Papaya Enzyme Peel, $43, Amazon

If traditional exfoliating scrubs leave your face feeling irritated, don’t give up on the whole process. This gentle papaya enzyme peel encourages cell turnover — minus those hard little beads that can cause as many problems as they solve. This creamy formula isn’t abrasive, but its African papaya and pineapple still exfoliate and regenerate skin needing a wake-up call. Its vitamin E and sunflower extract also nourish sensitive skin, and one fan was so pleased with the results, she picked it up for her mom and aunt, too. She said, “I’ve worked around skin care and cosmetics for years, and this brand is the only one that has worked on my sensitive skin.”

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