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11. Wear Protective Clothing
To keep your skin damage-free, cover yourself with protective clothing. "There is no single factor that has greater influence than sunlight. It is estimated that damage caused by ultraviolet rays of the sun is responsible for up to 80 percent of skin aging," Dr. Lortscher explains.

Wear long-sleeve shirts and long pants when you can; wrap summer scarves around your neck to keep it from freckling during the summer; and put on wide-brim hats and sunglasses to keep your complexion from getting damaged. If you want to take it even further, there are sun-protective clothing brands made from materials that are specifically designed to block UV rays, keeping you safe from skin damage.

Women's St. Lucia Tunic Top UPF 50+, $89.50, Coolibar