"Intraceuticals' oxygen-infusing facial is celebrities' secret weapon because it immediately and dramatically plumps skin for an incredibly fresh appearance," says Shamban. "It also revitalizes skin cells and encourages topical antioxidant absorption for smoother, softer skin, helping acne, as well as age-related changes such as fine wrinkling and brown spots." Reap the benefits of oxygen in your home with Philosophy's Take a Deep Breath Oil-Free Energizing Oxygen Gel Cream Moisturizer ($34) or Bliss Triple Oxygen Mask ($54).
"One of the best ways to prevent sagging skin is to wear a UVA- and UVB-blocking sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 each and every day," says dermatologist Fredric Brandt, MD, whose VIP client list includes Madonna and Kelly Ripa. "This habit should become part of your lifestyle."
Any other efforts you're expending on your skin will be wasted if you don't protect it with such a sunscreen. "There are new FDA labeling guidelines for what constitutes 'broad spectrum,' so be careful of trendy products that don't adhere to these new and elevated standards for UVA and UVB protection," says Lancer. These guidelines go into effect this summer for large companies, but smaller, niche sunscreen makers have more time to implement the changes. And although you can expect to see the new labeling on products that hit the shelves in June, retailers are still allowed to sell older products. If in doubt, look for the Skin Cancer Foundation Seal of Recommendation.