The 6 Best Things You Can Do for Your Body
Science shows that small changes (and a little fun) are all it takes to improve your health drastically. We talked to prominent doctors, crunched the data and found a few high-payoff tweaks that you can start today.
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Feed Your Skin Vitamin C
"I use a face moisturizer that has vitamin C, which can help prevent the oxidation in skin that damages elastic tissue and collagen. Look for a product with a vitamin C content of 10 percent—just enough for you to see the benefits without being too harsh. And make sure the product is stored in an opaque, airtight container so the vitamin C doesn't get oxidized. If that happens, it'll lose its effect."
—Judith Hellman, MD, New York–based dermatologist