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Skin Care Tips no matter what your age

Taste of Life

For your 30's: 
Set the stage for good habits

Scarlett Johansson

“I find that the least aggressive skin regime seems to be the best for my skin. So I just use a very simple non-comedogenic cleanser.” —Scarlett Johansson

The issues

Dull complexion, light wrinkles and melasma  (brown patches on the face caused by pregnancy)

Products to minimize and fix damage

Now is the time to step up the cleansing routine you relied on in your 20s. A mild scrub or a brush for gentle exfoliation will remove dead cells and help products penetrate more easily. Products that address aging at the cellular level — look for those that contain Vitamin A or C — help fight wrinkles and stimulate collagen production. A night cream with retinol will improve the overall texture and tone of your skin. For day, use an SPF serum to protect your skin from the damaging rays of the sun and pollution, and maintain your youthful look.

 

For your 40's: 
Tackle problems head on

Kate Winslet

“A good eye cream is really important when you are travelling, busy and stressed, that’s when the dark puffy circles can get you.” —Kate Winslet

The issues

Lower estrogen levels cause premenopausal dryness
Loss of elasticity means wrinkles are more noticeable
Acne

Products to minimize and fix damage

Opt for a gentle, milky or creamy cleanser, rather than more aggressive formulations that can dry skin further. If acne is a concern, anti-oil blemish cleansers can actually exacerbate clogged pores. To reverse damage and environmental stresses, continue to use a day cream that contains SPF and antioxidants. Hormone changes can spark discolouration, so tackle brown patches with a regimen of whitening products to even out skin tone and mimic the look of youthful skin. Anti-aging night cream for eyes reduces and prevents wrinkles, unclogs pores and boosts collagen production.

 

For your 50's: 
Enhance your routine

“I moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. No matter how late it is, when I get home, I take time to clean and moisturize my face.” —Demi Moore

The issues

Heavy dryness and flakiness
Deeper wrinkles 
Loss of tone 
Hollow eyes

Products to minimize and fix damage

Focus on products that repair and moisturize. Start with a mild cleanser, and smooth on a daily serum rich in micro fluids to help skin retain moisture. After the serum is absorbed, smooth on a moisturizing day cream with sunscreen protection. At night, apply an effective night cream to your face and the delicate skin on your neck as well. Alternate with a repairing night cream to target wrinkles and re-establish lift. Eyes look hollow and wrinkles are more visible due to thinning skin, so splurge on the best eye creams on the market. 

Demi Moore

 

For your 60's: 
Reap the rewards of a routine

Christie Brinkley

“My routine is very simple: I cleanse, exfoliate, and moisturize, and I’m religious about wearing sunscreen daily.”—Christie Brinkley

The issues

Loss of of the skin’s natural oils
Extra dryness
Deeper wrinkles around the mouth, on the lips and on the neck

Products to minimize and fix damage

Opt for skincare products that contain soothing natural and plant-based ingredients. When venturing out in the sun, protect the skin from harmful ultraviolet UVA and UVB rays — which can cause eye damage and skin cancers — with a high SPF sunscreen, and wear a hat. Wash your face before going to bed and slather lips with oil treatments to minimize wrinkles. Target any lines on the neck and face with a moisturizing wrinkle cream. A sculpting serum elevates contours and improves definition, creating the illusion of a slimmer, toned jawline.