Looking great at any age has never been easier. There’s a direct link between a healthy diet and great skin. Promoting healthy skin with diet is all about adopting good nutritional habits. Externally proper cleansing of the face and skin, along with keeping your skin moisturizer to prevent drying will go a long way to having great looking skin at any age.
Fighting acne is usually the number one skin problem in your twenties. See a dermatologist to identify your skin type to be sure that the products you buy are the best for your skin type. In some cases the products you buy can actually irritate your skin. It’s very important to thoroughly wash off makeup at night before bed. Makeup left on overnight seeps into your pores, clogs them, and produces acne. Look for a water based oil-free cleansers. Try “Clear” pictured below.
For some of us fine lines and wrinkles start to appear in your 30’s and skin tones become more uneven. Dermatologists suggest anti-agers, like “Retinol”.
At this stage wrinkles and age spots set in. Dermatologist suggest Peptide packed moisturizer. Peptides even out pigmentation and increase collagen.
In your 50’s hormonal changes may lead to dehydrated skin. Counteract these effects by using glycollic acid. It revs up cell turnover so skin stays smooth.
A drop in estrogen makes skin drier with less elasticity. I suggest using Jane Seymour’s skin care line “Natural advantage”. Why this product? She’s 63 yrs old, never had Botox or face-lift, she’s aged naturally and she looks fantastic.