Anti-aging care: (Not)A question of age
Anti-aging? Oh well, that doesn't make sense to me right now, I'll only start with it in a few years. Or?... Opinions vary widely on this topic. Some say that you can't start early enough with preventive skin care, others warn that anti-aging is doing more harm than good to young skin.
The fact is: Even if you can't tell by looking at it, your skin slowly starts to sag after the age of 25. Your cell activity decreases and you can no longer store moisture as well. So it makes sense to start good preventive care now. But please don't immediately resort to the cream for “mature skin over 50”, because the principle “a lot helps a lot” unfortunately doesn't help at all in this case. On the contrary, if you use products for mature skin at a young age, you risk damaging the natural water storage and drying out the skin.
So use age-appropriate products. This means that the younger you are, the easier your care should be. Creams designed for mature skin usually contain oils and fats that can clog the pores of young skin and lead to pimples and blackheads. Regardless of your age, you should definitely use day cream with a sun protection factor and avoid excessive sunbathing, because UV rays are poisonous for the skin. They damage the cell structure in the long term and this can only be repaired with difficulty even with the best care. And without a healthy lifestyle, the best anti-aging care is of no use. So pay attention to your diet, do a lot of exercise and stay away from tobacco and alcohol.