Aging isn’t a bad thing. But it’s important to have healthy looking skin no matter what your age is. Your face naturally goes through these changes (but don’t forget that there are also ways to prevent premature aging!):
Many will experience acne, even if it wasn’t an issue as a teenager. Pimples will appear on the cheeks and along the jawline in particular.
To treat this, find a product with Niacinamide, like Myra Vitawhite Facial Wash, to even out any red blotches and add radiance to the skin. Myra Vitawhite Facial Wash also has Vitamin E beads, which protect and nourish the skin for a healthy glow, and Biowhite Complex, derived from plant extracts that gently brightens the skin in as early as 1 week.
Taking care of your skin at this stage will determine how damaged your skin will be in your 30s and 40s. So aside from using the right facial wash, wear sunscreen every day, no matter what the weather is. Also use creams with Vitamin E to keep your skin supple and youthful.
Spider veins and sun spots, as well as fine lines and crow’s feet, will start to appear. This is the decade when your lifestyle habits from the past start to show on your face.
Hyperpigmentation like melasma (or brown patches that often occur on the forehead, cheeks, and chin), is a big concern for women in their thirties. It’s usually a result of too much sun exposure or a change in hormones.
Use an exfoliating cleanser and a night moisturizer to help with the regeneration of your skin and prevent pigmentation. Products with Vitamin E—which is a great antioxidant—can address this by nourishing the skin.
At this age, your skin starts to get drier, which may mean more prominent lines and wrinkles.
Counter this with a high quality moisturizer to help improve hydration. Anything with peptides, antioxidants, and hyaluronic acid will gradually correct dark spots and brighten the skin as well. Take care of your skin with Viitamin E products to boost collagen production and prevent wrinkles.
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