Sunscreen has been recommended as one of the most important things for maintaining healthy skin.
Expatriate medical insurance customers who are keen to prevent their skin from ageing in appearance might want to heed the advice, which comes from Sally Penford, education manager for the International Dermal Institute.
Ms Penford said: "If I were to recommend one skincare product it would definitely be a sunscreen product.
"The second tip would be a good diet. Eat fresh foods, lots of fruit and vegetables and drink plenty of water."
Earlier this year, research conducted by L'Oreal found that a sugar compound derived from a tropical flower could form the first scientifically-proven anti-ageing cream.
Rhamose, which comes from the Uncaria flower, is reportedly able to activley regenerate skin by increasing its plumpness and elasticity.