Cosmetic products tailored to age groups

Cosmetic products tailored to age groups
  1. Anti-age care – has an individual approach in line with the signs of aging. Some people have the appearance of signs of aging in earlier years, while some people experience these phenomena in later years. The general signs for the beginning of anti-age facial care are with the appearance of the first wrinkles on the face, pigmentation or loss of skin tone on the cheeks. It is better to start preventive care earlier before the first signs of aging appear. Quality SPF (Sun protection factor) and serum with hyaluronic acid are among the first desirable products. Regular protection and hydration significantly slows down the aging process of the skin. The anti-age label is on all products whose ingredients are for the prevention or correction of signs of aging. Hyaluronic acid, retinol, Vitamin C, lipids, exfoliating acid, ceramides and other compounds have a direct effect against tightening wrinkles, removing stains and stimulating the production of new collagen and elastin. Quality cream with hyaluronic acid and serum with vitamin C can already be used by people over 20 years of age. Retinol is used by people aged 30 and over because it prevents the first signs of aging.
  2. Long-term use of the same product – there are products with aggressive ingredients whose use is limited in time (retinol, certain acids). However, most creams, serums, lotions have no time limit. There is a simple rule: if a person likes a certain product, that person can use that product indefinitely. It only happens sometimes that the skin gets used to a certain ingredient from the product and such a product ceases to be effective – then you need to change the cosmetic product and look for some new skin care formulations. It should be noted that the skin “remembers”, so people who started skin care earlier preventively – in later years of life, the skin will return with a youthful appearance, ie a beautiful and youthful appearance.
  3. Oily skin ages more slowly — because it creates more sebum, a natural moisturizer that maintains the quality of the hydro-lipid barrier and prevents the deeper layers of the skin from drying out. Oily skin also brings less desirable aspects (for example enlarged and clogged pores, irritations, acne) – this skin type is the biggest ally of a youthful appearance. The surface layer of sebum prevents transepidermal water loss. It thus protects natural collagen, hyaluronic acid and elastin from decay by delaying the appearance of wrinkles and sagging skin.
  4. There is no set age when preventive care should be replaced with corrective skin care – the time to change care and treatments occurs when a person notices the first signs of aging that he wants to remove. Quality prevention can significantly shift the age for correction. Corrective care and treatments are ideally started earlier between 30 and 35 years of age. Around the age of 50, the signs of aging are already pronounced. Then non-invasive treatments and dermatological cosmetics can have a great positive effect. Botox and fillers are excellent allies in correcting minor signs of aging, gently tightening, restoring volume to areas of the face where it is needed, and refreshing the look. Non-invasive treatments can significantly delay the onset of deeper and more pronounced signs of aging and the need for surgical lifting. When the time comes that non-invasive methods no longer help to lift sagging skin, then it’s time for “face-lifting”. Face-lifting removes excess skin and skin tightened to its former contours. The ratio of genetics and lifestyle that affect aging is 50:50. Today, it is believed that the impact of the environment and lifestyle is much greater, as much as 80% of the signs of aging are caused by these influences. These factors can be influenced by people. Smoking, diet, exposure to UV rays, exposure to stress, exercise and quality sleep are most responsible for premature aging of people. By changing your lifestyle it means youth can be largely retained.

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