If you are in your 20s and 30s, and feel like you don’t yet need wrinkle creams or anti-aging serums, you might want to think again. This doesn’t mean you should be using the firming and lifting products that your mother is using, but it does mean that you should be implementing some type of skin regiment in your life. Young skin doesn’t need the same beauty products as a woman in her 40s and 50s, so it is important to buy the skin treatments that are right for you. Below are a few to get your started.
This is a product you should use every single day. It is a preventative measure that makes all the difference in skin quality down the road. It’s important to use a broad spectrum sunscreen, this will help guard more again UVA rays, not just UVB. Make this a habit, applying it even on days you are going to be mostly inside. Sun can still get to you through windows.
Retinol cream can help with your past acne scars, as well as promote collagen growth. It’s a good idea to start using a retinol product in your 20s. Just remember that it makes skin sensitive to sunlight, so use it before bed.
There are antioxidant serums you can use to help clear free-radicals, and environmental pollution from your skin. Niacinamide and vitamin C and E are great antioxidants to reduce oxidative damage.
This is for people will sensitive skin. If you feel like you can use your normal facial moisturizer around your eyes as well, then don’t stress about buying another one. However, sometimes the thinner skin around the eyes needs a little more care.
Regular exfoliation is key to maintaining soft, supple skin. There is really no set rule to how often you should scrub your skin, since everyone’s is different. You will be able to tell by how it feels and looks, so pay attention to keep your skin happy.
When it comes to maintaining healthy skin, especially in your younger years, it is important to figure out what works for you without going overboard. You don’t want to over-saturate your pores with heavy creams and serums, as well as over-draw from your bank account of expensive skin products. Stick to the basics, take preventative measures and listen to your skin’s needs.
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