Turns Out the Sun Isn't the Only Thing That Damages Your Skin in Summer

Sophie Miura

As the sun starts to set later in the day and the thermostat soars, the last thing we want to do is stay cramped indoors when almost every activity beckons us to venture outside. And while we know that it's crucial to cover up and protect our skin from UV rays—which account for 80% of skin aging—it turns out the sun isn't the only cause of premature aging.

Apparently, a host of other summertime habits can wreak havoc on an otherwise youthful complexion. From having one too many glasses of rosé during the day to forgetting to wash your sheets regularly, these mistakes could leave your skin dull and lacking in elasticity by the end of the season. Take note: These five subtle habits might actually wreak havoc on your skin. Here's how to save face this summer.

How does your skin regimen change in summer? 

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