A healthy and balanced diet involves making the right choices and taking only recommended amounts of certain food groups that help ensure a well- balanced diet. This would mean cutting down intake of simple carbohydrates and making sure to avoid taking foods rich in saturated fats, cholesterol and trans fatty acids. Or probably using your facial skin toners or cleansers or use bar soaps to wash their faces? These things need to be carefully considered and corrected since this could lead to more harm than good if the incorrect method is not corrected right away. Out of the three mentioned routines earlier, washing the face with water is the safest process of all, while the remaining two could prove harmful to your teenager. Always make it a point to wear sunscreen formulated with a sun protection factor (SPF) of no less than 15, regardless if the weather is cloudy or not wanting to spend a lot of time outdoors, since this will help keep your body filter out ultraviolet rays that can be reflected on the earth s surface. Make sure to also reapply sunscreen every 2 to 3 hours if you plan to go swimming or get involved in sports activities. Again, whether you omit the cleanser from your morning routine is an issue of preference. 2. Moisturize. The goal of moisturizers is to keep moisture locked into the skin, preventing it to be dry, flaky, and cracked. Every skin type needs to be moisturized, even the oily skin. Good thing is, there are specially designed moisturizers for each skin type. However often you cringe at hearing this advice will not change the fact that these two are the primary things that can help you save those skins from sagging. Eating fruits and vegetables especially those that are rich in Vitamin C and D will help in keeping the skin supple and moisturized. Foods with anti-oxidants are also helpful as this directly prevents oxidation. You can do this by consulting a dermatologist or by conducting a self-test. Knowing your skin type is very important in choosing any skin care product because this will determine what are the products, recommended brands, and ingredients that is safe for your skin. 2. Opt for skin care products that contain soluble Vitamin A, C, and E.