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Wow! There is nothing better than spending a day at a spa. Nothing quite like it for our skin. But face it, few of us are lucky enough to indulge in this kind of treatment very often. But there are a few things that you can do at home to make sure your skin stays in great shape. Your skin is your body's largest organ. It helps protect you against the environment and it needs regular care and attention in order to stay healthy. According to the American Dermatological Society, here is the bare minimum you need to have in your daily skin care routine. Sunscreen should be number one on the list. It's essential for preventing sun damage and lowering your risk of developing skin cancer. Many skin care products have facial moisturizers with SPF already included. If you use only one product, sunscreen should be it. Eye cream is also a must. As we get older, the skin under our eyes becomes more delicate and dry than the skin on the rest of our face. If you're worried about wrinkles and dark spots, a face cream with retinol can help. Use it at night after you wash your face. You'll want a body lotion with alpha hydroxy acids. Using lotion smoothes all of your skin; on your hands, feet, arms and legs. There's been a lot of buzz about micro-derm abrasion lately. It's a physical exfoliation that uses aluminum oxide crystals to remove the skins top layers. It's usually a two step process you use a couple times a week and may make your skin feel smoother, leave a temporary glow and may have long-term effects. When it comes to increasing collagen and production in the skin. There's another simple trick to making your skin look great--drink water and lots of it. It keeps you hydrated which keeps your skin smooth and looking great. It will give you that certain something you're looking for.