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#5. Apply sunscreen to these two overlooked spots

You can slather SPF on your face every day, but if you don't extend the practice to your décolletage and hands, your age will still show. Hands can develop sunspots and wrinkles, says Bowe, and it's particularly important to apply sunscreen to the backs of your hands while you're driving, because car windshields and mirrors don't block UVA rays. For your chest, sunscreen should extend down to your bra line, says Brooke Jackson, MD, a dermatologist and associate professor of dermatology at UNC at Chapel Hill.