By Joan McCluskyHealthDay Reporter
FRIDAY, July 14, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- There's no escaping the fact that there'll be another birthday candle on your cake this year, but that doesn't mean your skin has to give away your age.
These four steps can help stop the wrinkles -- and you're never too young to start.
The main culprit behind aging skin is the sun's ultraviolet rays, including UVAs that penetrate your skin and damage collagen fibers. That sets off a chain reaction that leads to wrinkles
. The best way to prevent this damage, called photoaging, is by using at least SPF 15 sunscreen
every day, even when you're just going to work or running errands. Many daywear cosmetics
contain SPF, but if yours don't, apply sunscreen, wait 15 minutes, and then put on your makeup
. But keep in mind that wearing sunscreen doesn't ...