Great skin

So your skin isn’t glow­ing like it’s plugged in? There are prob­a­bly about seven rea­sons. We have bright ideas on how to deal with each one.

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ican’t de­fine it, but I know it when I see it.” This fa­mous dic­tum was ut­tered by the late supreme court jus­tice Pot­ter Ste­wart upon hear­ing a case about ra­di­ant skin. (OK, maybe he was talk­ing about some­thing else, come to think of it.) Any­way, you get the point: skin with that magic glow is hard to de­fine. It seems to come from eight hours of sleep, a bal­anced diet and in­ner beauty. But good news for those of us short on any of the above: it also comes from a few great prod­ucts and ex­cel­lent ad­vice on how to use them. We’ve iden­ti­fied ev­ery sabo­teur stand­ing be­tween your skin and that elu­sive lit-from-within-ness – and come up with a very con­crete plan to un­seat it. (And by ‘we’, we mean us and top der­ma­tol­o­gists.) Whether you need a sim­ple at-home so­lu­tion or more in­tense pro­fes­sional backup, here’s your guide to fix­ing what­ever is dim­ming your epi­der­mal wattage.

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