Skin care based on age – how does the daily routine change?

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Your skincare routine should change as you get older because your skin’s needs change too. One of the biggest changes that occurs after the age of 30 is a decrease in collagen and hyaluronic acid production which leads to a loss of skin elasticity and ultimately, wrinkles. Unfortunately, this is an irreversible process, but one that can be delayed as long as possible by using skincare products that are appropriate for your age.

Skin care in your 20s

By the age of 20, some girls can enjoy flawless, glowing and velvety skin, while others may experience acne or different skin problems. Most of the time, girls in the first category feel that they don’t need a skincare routine since their skin looks so good, and 10 years later they complain of wrinkles. Remember: take care of your skin now so it looks as good in the future.

At this stage, you need to make sure your skin is thoroughly cleansed every evening (especially if you wear make-up), moisturized and protected against UV rays. Your skincare kit should include a cleanser, moisturizer and SPF cream.

Of course, if you are experiencing skin problems such as acne, visits to your dermatologist should be mandatory for personalized treatment. Acne won’t go away by itself, but will leave more and more marks on your skin as time goes by.

Skin care in your 30s

Around the age of 30, the first fine lines and expression lines start to appear. This is the best time to introduce anti-ageing products, which contain antioxidants (vitamin C, coenzyme Q10) into your routine. Such products help stimulate collagen production and restore firmness to the skin.

You can also start pampering yourself now with all kinds of facial treatments and facial massages to suit your skin’s needs – we’re waiting for you at Deluxe Clinic if you want to keep your skin looking young forever!

Skin care in your 40s

At the age of 40, your attention should be focused on the wrinkles around your eyes. Moisturizing your skin is also important at this stage, and you can use hyaluronic acid and retinol products to do this – retinol also helps with pigmentation spots.

Ideally you should consult a specialist to see exactly what your skin needs at this point. Schedule a visit to Deluxe Clinic now and you’ll receive a treatment plan that includes professional procedures or products that will help you get rid of wrinkles or other skin problems!

Skin care in your 50s

At the age of 50, you’ll need the most complex skincare routine. Hyaluronic acid further helps to fade wrinkles, coenzyme Q10 stimulates collagen production, retinol combats pigmentation spots, and vitamin E is useful for dark circles. There are anti-ageing products specifically made for this age stage – feel free to use them to delay the appearance and deepening of signs of skin ageing for as long as possible.

It’s never too late to build a skincare routine tailored not only to your skin type but also to your age. If you need help, it’s best to consult a specialist who will analyze and identify the skin problems you’re experiencing and recommend a personalized treatment. We look forward to seeing you at Deluxe Clinic!

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