If the mirror is steamed up when you step out of the shower, you may be drying out your skin. Turn down the heat a bit so you don’t strip the oil from your face and body, leaving you with dry, flaking skin.
Pat dry with a towel instead of rubbing. This is doubly important for sensitive facial skin, but also for the rest of your body.
Drinking water is good for entire body. It will aid in keeping your skin hydrated, and can help to clear up acne.
Lock in moisture after showering or bath.
During winter’s harsh and drying conditions, keep yourself as wrapped up as possible.
Shaving in the same direction your hair grows is the least irritating method. Always use a moisturizing shaving cream.
Repay your elbows for all the work they do for you by keeping them moisturized, as the constant use and movement as they bend back and forth dries them out, leaving them looking grey, ashy and irritated.
Think of the skin care routine for your chest as similar to what you do for your face. The skin on your chest does not have very much fat under it and is very delicate. You should get into the habit of patting dry every part of your body (remove rubbing from the picture, permanently). Like your hands, face, and neck, your chest is prone to signs of aging. Use your SPF facial moisturizer every day from your forehead down to the top of your breasts to defend yourself against the sun’s aging effects.