Studies have shown that using a moisturizer on newborns reduces the risk of developing eczema by 50%
Treat baby skin gently by keeping them moisturized and out of the sun.
Never use any skin-lightening product.
The age of acne when hormones are at rampage.
Treat the acne as it shows up, as delaying acne treatment can result in permanent acne scarring which will be more difficult to treat.
This is the stage, your skin is at its healthiest. Your cell renewal, collagen, and elastin productions are in their most optimal state.
Perfect age to pick a skincare routine, because what you do or don't do sets the tone for how your skin looks in the future.
Habits like too much alcohol consumption and smoking will impact your skin.
𝟯𝟬𝘀 - 𝟰𝟬𝘀
Stresses, years of sun exposure, environmental factor, and lifestyle choices start manifesting in visible skin changes.
Cellular turnover slows down decreasing the rate of skin repair, giving way to a dull appearance.
Collagen production drop and hormone shift mean loss of elasticity, thinner and drier skin.
Also, skin issues from your 30s are now more pronounced, and most especially, acne.
𝟱𝟬𝘀 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗕𝗲𝘆𝗼𝗻𝗱
Our skin extracellular matrix is unable to hold moisture.
Skin appears drier, dehydrated, uneven, blotchy, and pronounced wrinkles and age-related growth.
This means you need to pay extra attention to hydrating your skin by limiting the hot shower/bath, moisturizing directly after bathing, and avoid heavily fragranced products.
Make supplements your friend and anti-wrinkle products.
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