Have you made your New Year’s resolutions yet? If not, here are my favorites for your skin health:
* Get plenty of sleep and lower stress levels.
* Check your shopping basket and make sure you’re well diversified.
* Make your health of skin your #1 priority this year.
I know, it’s easy to make New Year’s resolutions but hard to keep them without a gentle push.
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