Protect skin in the daytime, repair it at night, dermatologist says

03/30/2011 | Washingtonian

Tempted by warming springtime weather, many people forget to apply sunscreen before going outside. Many daily moisturizers include sunscreens and help skin look better, too, says dermatologist Dr. Michelle Rivera. Sunscreen-moisturizers high in vitamin B help tone down ruddiness, and those containing soy can brighten dark patches, she said. Products containing retinol can react with sunlight and should be used only at night, Rivera said.

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