If you feel like your skin has a mind of its own, the experts are here to help.
Inside Edition has teamed up with YourGoodSkin and their dermatologist, Dr. Whitney Bowe, who shared her tips on how to keep your skin looking healthy.
"We all know that drinking water is important when it comes to keeping the skin hydrated and healthy," she said. "But incorporating healthy fats from food likes avocados, nuts and salmon are actually essential if you want to trap that moisture in the skin."
She also suggested eating foods that are rich in antioxidants, such as blueberries, spinach and dark chocolate.
"They are really important when it comes to dialing inflammation down in the skin, but they also can protect the skin from damage," Dr. Bowe said.
You can also save yourself time and stress down the road by using products that can prevent skin problems before they even start, she said.
"I like the Balancing Skin Concentrate from YourGoodSkin," she said. "It's new and it's proven to give you healthier-looking skin from the very first day of use."
The definition of healthy skin is different for everyone, she added.
But the Balancing Skin Concentrate "will get your skin back in balance by improving radiance, evenness, texture and moisture, and preventing oiliness," she said.
You can get it at Walgreens for less than $20. Get the offer here.