Many people feel that there is no right or wrong age to start anti-aging products; however, we feel that starting as soon as possible would be the best idea.
Starting Level Aging Creams
What you need to know is that anti-aging products have degrees and levels. You don’t have to start extreme wrinkle creams in your 20s, but there are many anti-aging products that you can use in your twenties. The “Starting level” aging creams (as we like to call them) can help save you from blemishes and dullness. Moving on to your thirties, you can focus more on fine lines and then over to wrinkles and saggy skin. Incorporate an eye cream in your skincare regime.
Incorporate a good, clean SPF sunscreen. And most importantly, incorporate a toner into your skincare regime. These three products help prevent aging the most.
Your skin is at its prime during the early 20s, and the skin repairing mechanisms are at their best. However, this slows down over time which is why using anti-aging products by the age of 20 is almost essential as they decide how your skin will look in the long run. These products prevent spots, dullness, sagging, fine lines around the eyes and mouth, and of course, wrinkles.
Using the Right Products
Now there is no one ingredient or one exact skin routine that could be considered the key to youthful skin. However, using the right skin care at the right time is what will do the trick. Most dermatologists recommend retinol creams or serums for people in their 20s unless they’re pregnant. Retinoids are a no-no in that case.
However, if you’re not pregnant are in your 20s-30s, you must start using retinol-infused cream because most dermatologists say that it increases cell cycle turnover and aids collagen production.
Choose a Cleansing Oil
The next thing to do is pick up a cleansing oil and then not just keep it there, but of course, wash your face with it twice daily. It is absolutely necessary to use a good cleanser that suits your skin type. A good cleanser will ensure that your pores are clean and don’t have any pollutants stuck in. Clogged pores can make you look tired and older.
Don’t Forget to Exfoliate.
Now in order to have and keep the youthful glow and plump skin, you have to stimulate your skin mainly for it to repair itself and get rid of dead skin cells. Exfoliation is almost like exercise for your face, the same way you need exercise for your body to stay in shape. You must use a scrub at night so that you scrub off the dead skin that might be clogging your pores, causing breakouts, and that your skin has time to recover.
You must also remember that your diet also affects how you look and the way you age But we’ll leave that for another day!