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Take a spring dive into... hydration
Sun, heat, salt, air all affect the skin causing skin dehydration, which results to the appearance of thin lines, a "pulling" sensation and signs of fatigue.

What you can do
Firstly, take care of your skin from the inside out. Dermatologists suggest consuming 8 to 10 glasses of water per day in order to maintain adequate hydration levels
Sun protection is necessary all day, every day and in all four seasons!
The sun, our source of life, is necessary for our body to synthesize vitamin D and for normal bone development and growth. Both UVA and UVB are used in the treatment of vitiligo and psoriasis.
However, excessive sun exposure can result in devastating health consequences as it compromises your skin's natural defense mechanisms.
Acne: The enemy at the gates!
Acne is a condition that mainly affects adolescents but may persist in adulthood. In order to control your acne adequately, you may consult a physician or dermatologist who will guide you on the best method of management.
Anti-aging: Join the youth league!
Over time our skin loses its firmness and elasticity. To a large degree this seems to result from the decline in estrogen levels that accompany menopause
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