Anti-Ageing Skincare Guide
Your skin will change over time with ageing, environmental and hormonal factors coming into play. Find out below how to meet your skins needs each decade and protect it from further ageing; helping your skin looks young and bright, all day and every day of your life.
In your 20s
Starting young to protect your skin and prevent signs of ageing can only be a good thing. Although you are likely to be looking young and fresh faced at this time in your life, your skin will have already started to thin by the time you reached 18 years old.
Of course, not smoking, reducing the amount of alcohol you drink and avoiding hours of sun worshipping in your 20’s will play a large part in protecting your skin from damage, but so will some basic skincare steps. Using a daily facial sunscreen under your moisturiser is a vital step to avoid the effects of harmful UV rays. Also, make sure you invest in a good moisturiser that contains a high level of antioxidants. Moisturiser itself will aid the hydration of your skin and slow down the formation of wrinkles and fine lines, whereas the added antioxidants will help to repair damage caused by free radicals.
In your 30s
In your 30s you will most likely be noticing changes in your skin texture and skin tone. Your skin doesn’t repair itself as well as it did in your 20s, due to changes in hormones, and so needs more of a helping hand to stay young and healthy. Wrinkles around your eyes will start to become more noticeable and therefore starting to use a high-quality anti-ageing eye cream is highly recommended.
To help combat the loss of elasticity in your skin, also try to use an anti-ageing cream that helps to boost the production of collagen, a protein that keeps skin plump and youthful. Keep moisturising and using a sunscreen too, as these are important at any age.