Kayla Snell

How To Get Glowing Skin At Every Age, As Told By Dermatologists


After practicing dermatology for 30 years, I've had countless people ask me for my best skin care advice, my favorite products and what my magical skin secrets are.

Being a part of the skin care industry for so long has taught me that great skin is something that's coveted by most people. Everyone wants their skin to look young, healthy, radiant and beautiful, and that's not just women. It's men as well.

No one wants to look old or tired. Everyone wants their skin to have that sparkle, that glow. There are few better compliments you can give a person than “You look young for your age,” and there's a reason for it.

Well, after 30 years, I've finally decided it's time to lay everything out on the table. I've decided to go straight to the source to bring you the best skin care tips and advice from the people who know best: others in the skin care industry.

I've surveyed other doctors and employees, and I've also asked my partners at DermWarehouse to share their secrets, tips and best advice for skin that will look young and healthy for years to come.

Lather Up

– Dr. Alan Parks, Dermatologist, Eastside Dermatology and Co-Founder, DermWarehouse

 Be Proactive

— Stefanie, Co-Founder, DermWarehouse

Keep It Clean

— Jason, Co-Founder, DermWarehouse

Remember We're All Different

— Robin, Co-Founder, DermWarehouse

We've given you our best tips and advice, and now it's your job to put it all to good use. The overwhelming message here is as follows: Wear sunscreen, be proactive in regards to your skin care and keep your face clean.

Most importantly, however, is to make sure to visit your dermatologist regularly. A yearly full-body skin check is key in preventing skin cancer. Any changes in size, shape or color of a mole should be looked at by your dermatologist.

Be aware and proactive about your skin, and this will ensure healthy results. Apply all of these great tips, and you'll be on your way to younger, more beautiful and immeasurably healthier skin.

This article was originally published on DermWarehouse.