Your Skins Journey Through Life
You need to be ahead of the anti aging game when comes to aging skin. This is what you can expect to happen to your skin as you meander your way through life without a care in the world… if only! But with our help, we’ll help you to stay looking young for longer.
The Care Free 20’s Era
You might think that once you have reached your 20’s, you’ve gotten through the worst of things when it comes to skin conditions. No more blackheads or breakouts. Flawless skin from now on, right? Wrong! Your journey in skin care is just beginning…
Although the hormonal upheaval of your teens has now passed and it feels like your skin is starting to settle, it’s still producing oil. If you have oily skin, be sure to follow our beauty secrets.
You will probably notice around your mid 20’s that your skin is becoming and feeling a little dry. This often feels like a blessing compared to previous oily skin conditions, however, drying skin can lead to fine lines, which lead to wrinkles.
These wrinkles for many, start to form around their mouths and eyes. This is because in our mid 20’s the body’s natural antioxidant production starts to decline, which in turn, results in dryness.
Stress is also a factor in skin tone and healthiness. Merely using moisturisers and applying sunscreen when in the Sun just won’t cut it.
Healthy Skin Tip:
The best products to use to keep fine lines and wrinkles at bay are those that contain antioxidants. Make sure the natural ingredients of vitamin C and/or E, green tea extract, and fruit acids are included in any anti-wrinkle cream product you buy.
The 30’s Era Of Anti Aging
Your body’s metabolism, once you reach your 30’s, starts to slow down. As a result, the levels of collagen and elastin in your skin tissue begins to breakdown causing your skin to become much thinner and less plump than before.
As you roll through your 30’s, your skin starts to get tired. It becomes much more sensitive and dryer.
Deeper wrinkles around the eyes and mouth will appear. You might well begin to see the appearance of age spots on your hands and possibly broken capillaries on your cheeks.
The sun worship that you enjoyed in your teens and 20’s will come back to haunt you, due to the damage caused by too much sun. Your 30’s is when your body pays for the care free exploits of your youth!
If the sun has caused you a lot of damage, you might observe dark sunspots and the pores of your skin might become larger. In your 30’s the skin under your eyes become more sensitive and delicate. You might begin to notice puffiness around your eyes in the mornings that will take longer to go down.
Healthy Skin Tip:
Vitamin B3, also known as Niacinamide in the world of beauty, is something you should take to boost your metabolism and help you have or maintain younger looking skin. Any face cream you use should always consist of niacinamide. It’s a real game-changer for healthy skin.
The 40’s Era Of Anti Aging
The natural life-cycle of your skin cells begins to slow down a lot when you reach and live through your 40’s. Your face wrinkles will deepen, become more defined and much more noticeable.
Your skin will start to sag due to the bodies falling levels of elastin. It won’t bounce back like it used to, and the dryness of your skin will continue to increase.
If you haven’t started already, you will need to start incorporating more anti aging skin-care ingredients into your daily routine, if you want to keep your skin looking like it did in your twenties.
Healthy Skin Tips:
Retinol, glycolic acid, and peptides should be present in skin creams and cleansers you are using. They will help feed your skin cells the energy they that will have been lacking through the aging process.
Diet is another area you can use to help your skin look healthier. Eat foods that can help fight wrinkles and help return a natural glow to your skin.
Anti Aging In Your 50’s & 60’s
Once into your 50’s and 60’s your skin becomes increasingly drier. This is even more so for women who are going through menopause. This is because of a decrease in the bodies estrogen levels.
The skin feels a little more rough at this time and more sunspots will start to appear. The good news is, for many, that in your fifties and sixties, your wrinkles and fine lines start to settle.
However, that said, the skin around the eyes and jaw does begin to sag. It is quite unavoidable in its entirety due to the effects of a long life and the devils toy, gravity.
Healthy Skin Tips:
Use rich moisturisers such as oils and petroleum jelly to help reverse the process, when you start to see these gravitational type effects on your face and body. Exercise is another thing that can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
The protein structure of the skin can also have you looking young again. This can be achieved by participating in aerobic exercises once or twice a week. It gives oxygen to the blood that feeds the skin, which in turn can give you a healthy glow.
No matter what age you are, it is never to late or too early to start looking after your skin. Learn more about anti aging skin care