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The Best Skincare For Your 20s. What Should You Choose?

The Best Skincare For Your 20s. What Should You Choose?

At 20, the skin is still considered young, but it is also the age when skin aging can begin. Although it does not require the same care as mature skin, it does require care that will prevent the first signs of aging. The daily use of a cream formulated for this type of skin is therefore essential. Here is an overview of how to take care of your skin in your 20s. 

What Is the Skin Like at 20?

At 20, the skin is still at the peak of its suppleness. However, depending on your genetics and lifestyle, it can show the first signs of skin aging. Studies have shown that collagen production decreases (by an average of 1% per year), causing the skin to start sagging and the first fine lines to appear. In addition, your skin begins to dry out and lose its radiance. Your complexion may become dull and appear continually tired, even if wrinkles and fine lines are not clearly visible. At this age, the skin may also be prone to imperfections such as acne or blackheads resulting from dilated and clogged pores. It is therefore time to take preventive measures by applying skincare for your 20s, to preserve your skin in the long term.

How to Choose Skincare According to Your Age?

Over time and with age, the quality, texture, and appearance of the skin change. This transformation is influenced by numerous factors, both internal (genetic heritage, hormonal variations) and external (lifestyle, pollution, smoking, UV exposure, diet, stress, quality of sleep, etc.) which will thus influence the speed and severity of the skin's aging process. To effectively fight the signs of aging, such as premature wrinkles, it is therefore important to maintain a healthy lifestyle and to adopt preventive measures by applying the best skincare for your 20s and above.

How to take care of your skin in your 20s? The use of a cream specially formulated for a particular skin type or age can help fight the first signs of aging. When the skin is still young, skin care products are adopted with a preventive approach, to preserve the skin's youthfulness as long as possible. After the age of 30, the skin must be strengthened by using a care product concentrated in active ingredients with properties capable of stimulating cell regeneration. Around the age of 40, it will be necessary to opt for skin care products adapted to mature skin, which stimulate and repair the upper layers of the epidermis.

What Is the Best Moisturizer for Your 20s?

To prevent the premature appearance of signs of aging, the idea is to opt for appropriate skincare for your 20s that will protect against oxidative stress. It is also important to maintain a good level of hydration on a daily basis, which is the source of the skin's radiance and resilience. Indeed, hydration helps protect the skin against various external aggressions, which quickly alter the natural protective barrier set up by the cells of the epidermis. Finally, protecting yourself from the sun is essential from a young age: exposure to UV rays without protection is enough to alter the epidermis.

  • Cream #1: Protect with vitamin C.

To combat the phenomenon of oxidation, responsible for a dull complexion and premature aging of the skin, you can include our antioxidant face cream in your beauty routine.  It is composed of vitamin C to neutralize free radicals, lemon water for its toning and complexion unifying properties, and vegetable glycerin for its hydrating power.

It also stimulates the production of keratinocytes, cells present in the epidermis that protect the skin and reinforce its elasticity.

  • Cream #2 : Moisturize with hyaluronic acid.

To help skin cells produce more sebum and form the hydrolipidic film, it is necessary to use a moisturizer. You can opt for our 9-ingredient moisturizer to incorporate into your daily beauty routine. It contains hyaluronic acid, which instantly nourishes the skin and reduces fine lines, and also contains organic coconut oil, which nourishes and prevents skin dehydration.


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