When you see the words 'skin care regimen,' you probably think of your everyday clean-and-moisturize routine. That's a big part of keeping your skin healthy, of course, but you should start mentally including your diet (and water intake) in your skin regimen, too. So what are the most important parts of your new, all-encompassing daily skin care regimen?
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One of the most important things you can do for your skin every day is to use at least SPF 50 sunscreen.
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Drinking at least a gallon of water every day is a big part of your skin care regimen.
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People with oily or combination skin should use facial cleansers that contain soap, but everyone else should use soap-free facial cleansers.
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Adding essential fatty acids to your daily food regimen can really help your skin.
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Eating foods that are rich in calcium is another great way to help your skin every day.
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According to the USDA, red or pinto beans, blueberries and bananas are the most antioxidant-rich foods.
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If you have dry skin, it might help to moisturize with baby oil after toweling off post-shower.
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If you're plagued by dry, scaly feet, make it a nighttime habit to moisturize and then put on socks.
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People with acne-prone skin should wash their faces twice a day.
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