Skin care products to use for every age group
Ah—youthful skin, a smooth youthful glow … everyone’s ultimate dream! If only it was as easy as selecting your favorite product, using it, and getting fantastic results.
Unfortunately, caring for your skin is not that simple. A skincare routine may either make or break the health of your skin and good habits are hard to nail down.
Whether you remove makeup at nighttime before you sleep or work to minimize pores, the small efforts you put into a daily regime may show the results over time.
What makes a good skin care regime
Your daily routine may depend on numerous factors such as your age, your skin type, and what environmental factors you are exposed to.
There has been so much clinical research that has gone into anti-aging products and how to improve dull tone, to mention a few that it may be hard to know what advice to follow.
There are simple rules, however, when it comes to following a good skincare routine. One should make use of a gentle cleanser, a moisturizing eye cream, and something to replace the natural oils in your skin to avoid dry skin.
Skin care by age group
When it comes to categorizing skin by age groups, your age determines what skin group you fit into.
However, this is not always the case for every single person, as some people may experience other skin issues such as premature aging, which is where fine lines, age spots, and wrinkles may appear before they “should” — or when is typically expected depending on your age.
As you age, you may start to develop thinner skin, and you may develop dark spots and other signs of aging. Cell renewal slows down which means that your body may not build collagen like it used to. Once you reach your 30s and 40s the hydrating ingredients become very important to your daily skincare line up.
Knowing your skin type can help determine which products are right for you, along with certain skin concerns. Your skin’s surface may be a good measure to begin your skin care journey. Do you have enlarged pores? Does your skin retain enough moisture? Does your skin look dull and lifeless?
These are all factors that may determine what type of routine you create to care for your skin.
Dead skin cells
As you age your cell turnover slows, and skin may not regenerate as fast as it may have before. This causes dullness and roughness in the skin’s appearance.
The best way to help your skin is to exfoliate your skin on a regular basis. Skincare with powerful antioxidants are also key to nourishing your skin.
People with this skin type may sometimes be prone to other skin issues and this may make it difficult to use age group related skin products such as over-the-counter retinol creams, as skin could be reactive to these products.
Popular skin care ingredients
There are so many different products used in skin ingredients. Popular ingredients such as glycolic acid, lactic acid, vitamin C, zinc oxide, beta hydroxy acid and alpha hydroxy acids are often found in some of the skin products we use on a daily basis.
Hyaluronic acid is a common ingredient in moisturizing serums and some moisturizers. Hyaluronic acid is well-accepted by many different skin types, even sometimes sensitive skin.
This ingredient may help keep your skin hydrated which may help in reducing wrinkles.
Glycolic acid may aid in exfoliating your skin by chipping away at dead skin cells. It may be a good idea to try and keep your skin hydrated if you are using an exfoliator of any kind.
Vitamin E is another ingredient that may be recommended for skin care, and the benefit of this ingredient is that it may help dry, flaking skin
This is one of the best ingredients to help smooth fine lines and wrinkles as it is loaded with antioxidants, and may help strengthen the skin.
Are there specific products to use at a specific age?
This is a tough question to answer conclusively because the answer depends on the methods upon which you you have been caring for your skin, the products you use, as well as so many more factors than just your age.
Skin tone, complexion, whether you have dryness or oiliness, and whether you have premature signs of aging or not, may all be factors you need to consider when choosing the right products.
It’s advisable to consult a board-certified dermatologist who could advise you on what ingredients to look out for in products based on your specific requirements. We are all unique and so is our skin!
There are other things that a dermatologist may suggest that may also be considered to assist in improving tone and complexion in the event of dull skin.
Your essential skincare kit
The Seratopical Suite from SeraLabs with clinically backed ingredients and infused with CBD offers a complete line of products that may help with various skin concerns, such as hydration, dull lifeless skin, uneven skin tone, dark spots, and fine lines and wrinkles.
With Seratopical you can get the powerful, youthful skin you deserve.
Products included in the suite are the Radiant Glow Serum, Super Booster, Exfoliating Polish and Cleanser, Day and Night Brilliance Cream, Love Your Eyes Anti-Aging Serum, Love Your Lips Lip Balm, and the Overnight Hand Therapy.