Looking good these days is hard work, no matter how old you are. Sun damage, late nights, stress, and pollution have a way of packing themselves into our skin, leaving it dull and lifeless.
At some point or another, we’ve looked up advice on anything from skincare routines to hair care, from beauty advice to anti-ageing products. Products seem to be made with less care and effort than before, packaged in smaller and smaller bottles, and then sold for more than they used to cost.
It’s exhausting trying to keep up with all the so-called trends and far-fetched advice.
In addition to this, some of the products we’ve been promised can eliminate fine lines and moisturise our skin may actually be more harmful to us than we thought. It’s like snake oil for skin!
Another thing you’ve probably heard a million times by now is how your skin changes as you age, losing elasticity and volume.
Along with these two major bugs, we know you can count on fine lines, sun spots, scars, and the occasional outbreak of acne (thanks to face mask fashion!)
Finding a skincare routine that just works as you age is a little complicated. That’s because your skin changes as you age. Yeah, we know. Bummer, right?
The skincare routine you used in your 20s is not the same routine you need in your 30s, 40s, 50s, or older. To keep your skin looking younger for longer, your skincare routine – and the products you use – need to change to keep up with your skin’s needs.
CORREXIKO Collagen products are designed to minimise fine lines, adding volume and lustre to your skin, your hair, and your overall glow. And as you age, the results get better and better!
But aside from supplementing your health and well-being with CORREXIKO Collagen products, there are a number of things you can do to take care of your skin.
And by incorporating these beauty fail-safes into your skincare routine, you’ll look and feel your best, no matter how old you are!
Skincare Routines In Your 20s
Skincare issues in your 20s generally involve concerns that include dullness, signs of sleep deprivation, and a build-up of sun damage.
In your mid-to-late 20s, it’s very important to get into a skincare routine that will set the scene for the years ahead. And although the visible signs of ageing aren’t that obvious yet, you can counter these effects by:
Using Sunscreen Daily
Don’t count on your makeup and moisturiser to protect your skin. Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a minimum of SPF of 30 that will protect your skin from all harmful light sources, including what shines through open windows, and light emitted from your technology.
Even if you’re not planning to go outside today, these habit-forming skincare routines will help prevent sun damage build-up as you age.
The biggest problem with skin in your 20s is the oily build-up. This can be caused by long-wear make-up that clogs your pores, eating too many unhealthy foods, and not having any skincare routine in place.
Exfoliating is key to healthy, oil-free skin. Whilst there are many products out there to choose from, knowing which ingredients are good or bad for your skin is vitally important to making the right choice.
The main ingredients in exfoliators are skin acids, specifically AHAs (Alpha Hydroxy Acids), BHAs (Beta Hydroxy Acids) and PHAs (Polyhydroxy Acids. Keep in mind that exfoliators are chemical treatments, so be sure to moisturise and add SPF after every treatment.
Exfoliate no more than three times a week. You don’t want to be taking off layers and layers of your skin on a daily basis! Use a product that gets rid of dull skin cells but won’t strip your skin of essential oils.
Take Your Supplements
Intensively nourish your skin’s moisture-holding capacity from the inside, while lessening a dull and lacklustre skin tone. The pure, ultra-high-dose EPA and DHA content of CORREXIKO Omega 3 fish oil capsules mean the difference between softer, smoother, younger-looking skin … and the dry, lined, dull skin you used to have.
CORREXIKO Omega 3 fish oil capsules also contain 10mg of vitamin E. That’s 100% of your RDA, all in one convenient serving.