The 25 Best Summer Skin Tips Ever
In Your 20s
Aging skin is the last thing on you’re mind when you're hitting the beach, but taking some easy steps now can prevent long-term damage. New York City dermatologist David Colbert advises eating “sun-proof” foods loaded with antioxidants like kale, tomatoes, avocados, almonds and Greek yogurt. “Other tasty summer sun foods that pack an antioxidant punch are summer squash, cucumbers, strawberries & blueberries,” says Colbert. They provide the antioxidants you need
Even the most cautious fall victim to an occasional sunburn—follow up with a skin-saving action plan to avoid permanent damage. Keep Aloe Vera chilled in the fridge for maximum relief when applying it! Colbert, also recommends a cool bath or shower to sooth inflammation as well as Aleve, Motrin or Aspirin. For bad sunburns that develop blisters or fever, be sure to see a physician.