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How to treat your skin in your 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s

26 October 2015, 08:38Women24 Staff

Every year our skin becomes more damaged. The sun, our lifestyle and gravity all make an impact. Luckily, there are so many things you can do to improve the quality of your skin.

In your 20s
Taking care of your skin now is like making a financial investment for when you retire. The sooner you start, the safer you'll be. Wear sunblock every single day - even in winter and on cloudy days guys.

In your 30s
Begin to boost cell turnover. Hi-tech skin care not only stimulates cell renewal but also protects against free-radical damage, and maintains the water and oil levels of the skin.

In your 40s
Exfoliation is key during this stage of your life. Use products that contain chemical exfoliators to maintain the smooth texture of your skin. Alpha- and beta-hydroxy acids speed up cell renewal, so skin looks smoother immediately and over time.

In your 50s
This is the time that your epidermis is thinner than ever before. Your skin has lost elasticity over the years, and cell turnover has dramatically slowed down. Switch to more nourishing and stimulating products that have a firming effect on your skin.

- Woman24


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