Skin Care by Age!

In order to have beautiful skin, it is important to choose the right skincare products for your age and skin type. A dermatologist from overseas introduced the "beauty ingredients" that your skin needs at that time.

Skin-enhancing ingredients needed for different ages

Skin care products contain a variety of "skin beautifying ingredients," but did you know that the skin beautifying ingredients you need differ depending on your age?

According to Dr. Joyce Imajerobo, a dermatologist, just as your body and skin change as you get older, your skin needs different ingredients depending on your age. Dr. Hjelbo introduced the following tips on how to choose and use the best skincare products for you at that time in the US media byrdie.

20s: salicylic acid

According to Dr. Imahijerobo, the most common skin problem he receives from patients in their 20s is acne.

Dr. Imahijerobo pointed out that it is wrong to think that acne is something that only teenagers suffer from. Surprisingly, many people do not use acne medication properly or use harsh skin care products that make their acne worse.

The best skin care ingredient for acne problems in their 20s is salicylic acid.

Dr. Imahyerobo said, "Salicylic acid is a skin care ingredient that is mainly used to improve acne. Its natural antibacterial properties help to relieve acne inflammation and treat acne scars. It can also be used as a chemical peel to intensively treat acne in a short period of time," she explained.

30s: Retinoic Acid

In your thirties, you will gradually start to see signs of aging such as fine lines and wrinkles, dark spots, pigmentation, and sagging. Dr. Imajerobo says that it is important to start taking care of these aging signs as early as possible.

Retinoic acid is a skin care ingredient that is recommended for those in their 30s.

Retinoic acid, which is derived from vitamin A, is known as a powerful supporter of anti-aging skin care, tightening pores, improving skin turnover, and promoting collagen production to make skin finer," Dr. Imajerobo explained.

However, because retinol works so powerfully on the skin, it takes a little time for the skin to get used to it. First-time users should start with a small amount.

40s: Lactic Acid

Dr. Imahiyero-Bo said, "In your 40s, it is very important to include antioxidants in your skin care regimen because external stimuli such as air pollution, pollen, UV rays, and free radicals start to affect your skin. In addition, some women become more sensitive to skincare products," she explained.

Lactic acid is a recommended skin care ingredient for women in their 40s.

Dr. Imahiyelovo said, "Lactic acid, which has a mild peeling effect, is very useful in skin care for people with sensitive skin. It is less irritating than other acids and gently improves lines and wrinkles. She also recommends taking vitamin C as well.

Over 50s: Hyaluronic acid

Dr. Imahiyelovo says, "In our 50s and older, turnover gradually slows down. As a result, we start to notice significant dryness and sagging of the skin. The lines become deeper and the texture of the skin becomes disordered," he said. 

Hyaluronic acid is the recommended skin care ingredient for people in their 50s.

Dr. Imahyerobo said, "This skin care ingredient is like a booster that replenishes the skin's moisture. Therefore, using creams and serums that contain hyaluronic acid will help your skin get plenty of moisture and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles caused by dryness," he revealed.

For beautiful skin, it is important to take care of your skin in a way that suits your age and skin type at that time. Review your own skincare routine based on the opinions of professionals.

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