(Last Updated On: January 11, 2021)
Expert advice to keep your skin healthy your whole life
No matter what decade of life you’re in, there’s always something you can do to keep your skin looking healthy and glowing. With skin, it’s never too late to make changes, but the sooner you start to take care of it, the better results you’ll see when you’re in your 60s. But, don’t worry too much (it will give your wrinkles) but follow these tips that will ensure you have healthy skin your whole life.
The 20s and 30s
Once you’re in your twenties, you might think that you’re safe from all the puberty breakouts, but you’re still not in the clear. While you have a few years to enjoy without any wrinkles and discoloration flaws, you can still expect to struggle with oil production sparked by all those teen hormones.
When you reach your late 20s and early 30s, you’ll notice gradual drying of your skin that might seem like a blessing, but can cause plenty of issues. Dryness can cause wrinkling, so make sure to moisturize well and use sunscreen whenever you go out. To keep more stubborn wrinkles at bay, consider products with antioxidants and those that are filled with vitamin C and E, green tea, and fruit acids.
The 40s and early 50s
When you reach your 40s, your natural skin cell cycle will start to slow down and your wrinkles will deepen and become more prominent due to lowered elastin levels. Dryness will also increase, so consider a stronger moisturizer combined with a more serious anti-aging skincare routine.
Products with retinol, glycolic acid, and peptides are the best at giving your cells a good energy boost. If you think you need some help from professionals, you can also start looking for a good cosmetic beauty salon that can provide you with not only an excellent council but with a variety of services from injections to facials and laser treatments. Since these treatments are not invasive at all, you don’t have to put your job or obligations on hold while you recover which is perfect for all busy women in their 40s and 50s.
The 50s and 60s
If you’re going through menopause, expect to experience increasingly dry skin because of a decrease in estrogen levels. This will cause more sunspots to appear and give you that rough skin texture. Around this time, your wrinkles and lines will start to settle and you will start noticing some sagging, especially around your jaw and eyes.
You can blame gravity on that one though! Once you see the first signs of serious aging, make sure to switch to a stronger moisturizer with oils and petroleum jelly to try to reverse the aging process. Another thing you can do is hit the gym and boost your diet because exercise and nutrition can transform the protein structure of your skin and make you look younger.
The 60s and later senior years
These are the most problematic years for your skin, especially when it comes to dryness. However, if you keep your skin moisturized with strong products and boost your bath time to soak up some moisture, you can alleviate dryness and itchiness. You can also equip your home with a practical humidifier to keep the drying air away from your skin.
The best humidity levels are between 45% and 60% and that little change to your environment can greatly help. The older you get, the bigger your risk of developing skin cancer is, so make sure to see a doctor as soon as you notice any changes in your skin. If you catch it in its early stages, skin cancer can be easily removed and spreading completely stopped.
If you start paying attention to your skin when you’re in your 20s, you’ll baffle everyone with your glowing and firm skin when you’re in your 60s. So, start today and reap the benefits as you grow older.