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I would say the bare minimum anyone should do is to cleanse and moisturise morning and night. This could be a cream cleanser or a facial wash if prefered. If you are outdoors a lot a moisturiser with an SPF is a good idea to protect the skin from sun damage, even on cloudy days. The best advice to reduce the chance of wrinkles is don't smoke, don't binge drink alcohol, protect your skin from the sun/weather, drink plenty of fluids and eat lots of colourful fruit and veg.
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The best skin care regime is one that you do regularly. A basic routine is to cleanse tone and moisturise morning and evening. Depending on the condition of your skin and the results you require, you can then add eye cream, neck cream, serums and intensive booster treatments. An SPF should be used daily.
Always protect your skin using a SPF, the least SPF anyone should use is SPF 20, 30 is much better for the skin though. Look after your skin use antioxidant serums if possible and also hydrating gels to help plump out fine lines and wrinkles. If you like to go away always use a high SPF so that you dont burn, it doesnt stop you from tanning, but my advice is not to sunbath at all. moisturise skin well. dont smoke and drink in moderation. have regular facials, light skin peels or enzyme treatments to expholiate any dead skin cells away.
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Keep it simple, cleanse tone and moisturise twice a day and exfoliate one a week :)
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