Skin Age by Years – Skin in the 20’s

Skin Age by Years - Skin in the 20's

 

Skin Age by Years – Skin in the 20’s

Skin in your 20’s

Skin Age by Years – Skin in the 20’s In the 20’s Sunscreen is the ultimate skin saver.   There’s no question that UV exposure makes you look older than your years. It’s beieved sun exposure is responsible for about 75 percent of skin aging.   It’s time to really be aware every time you go out in the sun that it’s causing damage and premature aging.  The signs may not be that showing in the 20’s, but be assured the damage is being done every time you allow exposure without protection.   It’s not too late to start protecting your skin. For the best protection, look for a broad-spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 50

Early 20s, your skin looks bright, bouncy, and plump due to the favourable levels of the naturally occurring protein in the body. Research in the past has shown that your skin produces about one percent less collagen each year,

May start to see some sun damage at this age,  While it’s not entirely possible to get rid of sun damage, you can fade visible signs with the use of ingredients, like hyaluronic acid and antioxidants, into your routine to avoid further damage.  Hyaluronic acid boosts moisture retention and prevents/diminishes fine lines.

During your 20s, your skin, which used to turn over cells very quickly, starts to slow down.  When the cell turnover slows down, dead cells can build up more easily on the surface and can cause discolouration. It can also cause your skin to lose its elasticity. By using a product with hyaluronic acid and antioxidants work together to add moisture back in the skin.  This can help to give more clarity, tone and even fade some premature spots and wrinkles.

By now, you should have a skincare routine that consists of cleansing, exfoliating, toning, and moisturizing — but the products you used in your early 20s start to be less effective if your not regular with your reutine.  Now is an excellent time to start looking into the amzing arrange of anti-aging ingredients. “Looking for products with  is ideal at this age and the future to look the best you can.  Vitamin A  (Retinol) (Retinol stimulates a quicker renewal of skin cells and aids in forming new collagen)  it will give the appearance of strong complexion and make wrinkles less noticeable.   In addition to Vitamin A, using serums and other products with hyaluronic acid can plump the skin and make fine lines minimal.  This is the time to start using serums which can firm and tighten skin and also improve collagen production.

Skin Age by Years – Skin in the 20’s Skin Routine

Choose the Correct Cleansing Routine

Cleansing correctly is the first step to getting clear looking skin. Choose a cleanser that is gentle and will not disrupt your skins natural barrier.

Use a foam, gel, or oil cleanser that detoxifies and clarifies the skin.

Use the correct cleansers that remove dirt, oil, and impurities that clog pores. This ensures helping stop acne before it starts and treating active acne.

Cleansing at least twice a day. ( always cleanse after a gym workout)   When cleansing in a normal routine cleanse twice a day. Always be sure to work the cleanser into and around the skin in a circular motion for at least 2 minutes. This allows the cleaner enough time to breakthrough any residue and to penetrate the pore area.

 

Choose the Correct Exfoliating Routine

When exfoliating use gentle exfoliants twice to three times a week.  If the skin is sensitive try Fleur De Mer Daily Mini Peel Powder, massage extremely gently or even just leave on so that the Salicylic Acid can peel away the top layer of your skin without any roughness. Rinse after about 1 minute. Healthier, soothed skin is not only noticeable but felt as well.

Choose the Correct Creams

As mentioned above now is an excellent time to start looking into the amzing arrange of anti-aging ingredients. “Looking for products with  is ideal at this age and the future to look the best you can.  Vitamin A  (Retinol) (Retinol stimulates a quicker renewal of skin cells and aids in forming new collagen)  it will give the appearance of strong complexion and make wrinkles less noticeable.   In addition to Vitamin A, using serums and other products with hyaluronic acid can plump the skin and make fine lines minimal.  This is the time to start using serums which can firm and tighten skin and also improve collagen production. Collagen Serum is great to start using at this age to give a regular boost to the skin.  Perhaps start trying different serums it in a home routine mini facial weekly.