Women at different ages require different treatments and skin care therapies. Your skin care requirements when you are 20 will not be the same when you reach 40. Your skin texture will change and you need different methods to minimize the effects of ageing. Facial and skin care products should be chosen based on your skin type and your age. Let’s know skin care tips for different age and how to take care of your skin as you grow older.
Skin care for teenage
Skin in teenage, is its best condition in terms of regeneration, renewal and elasticity. The drawback of this age however is the acne, blackheads and excessive sebum production. If you’re suffering from acne, attempting to strip excess oil from the skin encourages it to overcompensate and produce even more! So avoid skin care product that contain alcohol and triclosan. Choose instead for a gentle, antibacterial cleanser with salicylic acid, or a clay-based cleanser which will help absorb excess oil. It’s really important to get to know your skin and if it feels tight after cleansing, switch to something milder. Blemishes and spots on face are caused by three factors combined: excess oil, the build-up of dead skin cells and bacteria. To counter the build-up of dead skin cells use a gentle scrub. Don’t forget to moisturize, try oily-free formulations that will prime the skin for makeup.