From perfect, baby soft, smooth skin to unavoidable wrinkles, the skin on our face and body goes through thousands of changes in our lifetime. Genetics play a key role in how your skin ages, but it isn’t the only factor. Life choices and good skin care routines can improve the look and feel of your skin at any age.

Here Are a Few Tips to Follow:

Teenage Skin Care

Despite the constant bombardment of product pitches on TikTok, teenagers don’t need an arsenal of face care products. Teens need to wash with a gentle cleanser morning and night and use a non-comedogenic moisturizer. Additionally, they need to be vigilant about applying a high quality sunscreen. To prevent pimples and blackheads, our pH-balanced Fragrance Free Sea Salt Soap is a great choice for clearer skin.

20s Skin Care

The same steps from the teenage years are encouraged into the twenties with continued vigilance on routine sunscreen usage, morning and night-time cleansing, the addition of a gentle exfoliator and daily use of a simple moisturizer like our Fragrance Free Face Cream.

30s Skin Care

Sadly, these are the years when the visible aging process begins for most people. This change is due to a slight reduction in collagen and elastin. In your thirties, you should introduce anti-aging products with antioxidants and peptides such as our 24/7 Hydra Gel or our Revitalizing Eye Serum.

40s Skin Care

Often times, you may be pulled in many directions by career and family in your forties, so your skin care routine falls to the bottom of the list. You may start to see age spots, loss of collagen, and dark under eye circles. We recommend our Vitamin C Face Care Collection to help even skin tone, brighten the complexion, increase collagen production and reduce fine lines. Vitamin C, also known as L-ascorbic acid, is one of the most effective ways to boost skin renewal. Our Vitamin C Eye Serum and Facial Serum also contain Hyaluronic Acid, a highly effective moisturizer.

50s & 60s Skin Care

This is the age when you really regret your early years spent in the sun. Those golden tans of yesteryear have come back to haunt us in the form of wrinkles and sun spots. The good news is that you can fight back by hydrating your skin and encouraging cell regeneration. Try our Acai Deep Wrinkle Cream to help improve texture and tone.

70s, 80s & Beyond Skin Care

It’s during these decades when your skin can feel dry, paper-like and it becomes irritated more easily. You may want to avoid scented face care products and focus on fragrance free options to deter irritation. Moisturize throughout the day with a gentle moisturizer and continue to be vigilant about reducing time spent in the sun. Also, avoid taking hot showers or baths as they can really dry out the skin.

Aging skin is inevitable, but with a few simple adjustments to your daily routine, you can fend off the telltale signs of aging for a more youthful look.

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