Many women are looking for the answer to the question of how to get flawless skin at any age, as cosmetic doctors share their secrets for radiant skin in every decade, and why it’s never too late to make a change , from using a multi-B serum in your twenties to Retinol in your 30s and Eye Cream in your 40s As we age, our skin care routine must adapt.
And according to the British “Daily Mail” website, this routine is briefly explained.
Understanding your skin type based on your age is essential to determine exactly what products you need, said Dr Josh Wall, managing director and medical director of Contour Clinics in Sydney.
- Skin care in your twenties
During your twenties, the three most effective products you can use to protect your youth are SPF moisturizer, toner, and multi-B serum.
Multi B or Vitamin B Serum is a powerful skin care product formulated with a complex blend of extracts and can be used to improve the appearance of discoloration and balance oils.
SPF moisturizers are lightweight and ideal for applying in the morning before makeup, while toners fight unwanted acne breakouts.
“The skin is a complex organ, so a product like Multi-B helps to keep the skin in a state of balance, or an optimal functional level,” he said.
People in their twenties are usually concerned with beauty and their appearance – things like fighting wrinkles and frown lines or how to enhance natural features are at the forefront of their concerns.
Skin care products to use based on your age:
In your twenties
SPF Moisturizer – A lightweight moisturizer with an SPF perfect for this age.
Toner and Multi-B – A suitable toner to help fight bad acne breakouts and Multi-B to help rebuild the skin’s natural barrier.
In his thirties
Retinol to stimulate collagen
Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) – Helps to even out skin tone and prevent dullness.
Antioxidant Serum – This is great for helping reverse any sun damage or issues with your skin in your youth.
Vitamin C and E for pigmentation.
In his forties and fifties
Stronger Retinol Creams – To increase collagen production.
Eye Cream – Once we enter our forties, the eyes become one of the first areas of the face to show aging.
Peptide Creams – Peptides are great for helping treat fine lines and great for skin rejuvenation.
Hyaluronic Acid Serum – Hyaluronic acid is all about replacing moisture. As we age, our skin loses more and more moisture and begins to dry out.
Gentle Cleanser – It is very important at this age to make sure the skin is not stripped of moisture. Therefore, using a mild cleanser will remove dirt and dead skin cells, but will not remove moisture.
Skin care in the thirties
From premature aging is the key, use products that contain retinol, alpha hydroxy acids (AHA) and antioxidants as well as vitamin C and E creams.
“By your early 30s, you may start to see some obvious signs of aging, such as fine lines, wrinkles, and face size,” said Dr. Wall said.
This is the time when we want to look at collagen stimulation and evening skin tone. We also need to start taking care of the deeper layers under the skin because this is when the lower layers lose support and structure.
Retinol, also known as Vitamin A, is perfect for this because it speeds up the skin renewal process and brings healthy cells to the surface faster.
Vitamin C and E creams can also help with skin pigmentation.
Skin care in the forties
By the time you’re in your 40s, you’ll likely have developed a comprehensive morning and evening skin care routine—but Dr. Wall says it’s never too late to start.
“Once we start hitting our 40s, the eyes become one of the first areas of the face to show aging – so eye creams are great to use,” said Dr. Wall said.
He also recommended peptides, a type of amino acid protein, used to treat fine lines and rejuvenate the skin.
As we age, the skin loses more moisture leading to dehydration, which is why Dr. Wall suggested using a hyaluronic acid serum to replenish lost moisture.
Those in their 40s should clean their faces daily with a mild cleanser.
“It is very important at this age to make sure the skin is not stripped of moisture,” he added.
Therefore, using a mild cleanser will remove dirt and dead skin cells, but will not remove moisture.
Just like your 40s, hyaluronic acid serums and gentle cleansers should be used from age 50 and up to ensure skin doesn’t dry out or dry out.
He added how the laser is the “real secret weapon” of a large system.
Laser (a cosmetic treatment) can really help remove sun damage and help reduce the risk of skin cancer by removing any irregular cells. The laser is also useful for pigmentation, tone and redness.
In your sixties, seventies or eighties? Keep these additional tips in mind to keep your skin glowing
Soak vitamin D.
It improves calcium absorption, strengthens the immune system and contributes to the growth and repair of skin cells. Just 10 minutes of early morning sunlight is enough to prevent vitamin D deficiency.
Include probiotics and probiotics in your daily regimen.
Beneficial bacteria in the gut are key to good health and skin. 70% of your immune system lives in your gut.
Don’t be shy about edits
If you want to explore cosmetic treatments but aren’t sure what you want, talk to a qualified dermatologist or esthetician about specific non-surgical treatments for your personal concerns.