6 Morning Habits That Make You Look 10 Years Older
What you do before breakfast can make all the difference in terms of fine lines, wrinkles, pores and complexion.
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You're overcleaning your skin.
After a night of sleep, your skin needs to be woken up—not stripped of its natural oils via a medicated cleanser. "The number one thing that makes your face look older is being overly dry," says Julius Few, MD,
director of the skin clinic at The Few Institute for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Aside from drying due to arid winter air, oil production in your skin also decreases as you age, exacerbating parchedness. The result? More visible wrinkles and pores, and a duller appearance, says Few. He recommends washing your face at night
to get skin clean, but using only a lukewarm splash of water in the morning.