Anti Aging Treatment

anti aging treatment

As a skin care professional, I’m often faced with one very common question: At what age should I start using anti-aging products? If you’ve often wondered this yourself, I’m excited to give you my professional opinion, which is this: If you aren’t already using anti-aging skin care products, today is the perfect time to start! Now, mind you, this doesn’t necessarily apply if you’re in, let’s say, your teenage years. The best way to battle aging, however, is to take preventative measures. Even as early as your 20’s, you can (and should) be using anti-aging skin care products!



How Do I Know If I Need an Anti Aging Treatment?

As we age, it’s natural for our skin to lose its elasticity and youthful appearance. We may also notice some fine lines or wrinkles on the face. These are clear signs that it’s time to take action. There are a number of anti aging treatments that can help you look younger, healthier, and more radiant. The treatment you choose will depend on your skin type, the amount of time you have available, and your budget. Here are some of the most popular options for anti aging treatments.


Do I need to start using anti aging products in my 20s?

Not necessarily. Unless, of course, you’re looking to hide signs of aging, such as wrinkles, dullness, and dark spots. By and large, you’ll find that even a relatively young person can benefit from an anti-aging product or two, as can a young adult. By getting a product that has been proven to be effective for that demographic, you are able to harness the best of anti-aging skin care ingredients.

Now, how effective an anti-aging product needs to be before you consider using it? The way anti-aging products work is this: They work by working to stabilize the natural collagen fibers in your skin. When collagen fibers are not intact, they give you fine lines and wrinkles, while simultaneously letting the sun’s UV rays erode your skin.

In your 20s

Of course, as you get older, the idea of needing an anti-aging cream becomes even more apparent. If you’re under 30, this should probably be a no-brainer for you. For example, it’s important to note that the effects of many anti-aging products aren’t actually noticeable until your 30’s, due to all the outside factors that influence your aging skin, such as hormonal changes, skin stretching, diet, and lifestyle.

Regardless of your age, it’s very important that you take care of your skin. This includes exfoliation, making sure your skincare products are safe, and making sure you’re applying them correctly (think of your face as an egg – as soon as you crack it, it’s no longer fresh!). This doesn’t mean you have to be a slave to your regimen. There’s plenty of time for that when you’re 30.


In your 30s

If you start using anti-aging skin care products at the beginning of your 30s, you’re going to want to be using a lightweight, non-drying formula. Typically, anti-aging skin care products will have a mild chemical exfoliation. They are also usually gentler and lighter in color. For people with more mature skin, there are also products available that are hydrating, moisturizing, and highly moisturizing, which often contain more mature products such as glycolic acid, lactic acid, and salicylic acid.


In your 40s

40s 50s. With an aging face, and hormonal changes, comes more wrinkles. However, anti-aging skin care products are still able to correct wrinkles by tightening the skin’s appearance.

Beyond The term anti-aging begins to be used in the 40’s and 50’s, so you have to be mindful of what you’re using and the ingredients in them. Again, if you’re not already using anti-aging products, now is the perfect time to start.

Anti-aging Face Serums in the 40’s and 50’s. To combat aging, you will begin to notice fine lines and wrinkles showing up on your skin. These are very common in your 40’s and 50’s, so it’s important to begin a skincare regimen to slow the aging process.

My suggestions for skincare in the 40’s and 50’s include: Scalp & Hair With the anti-aging you are focusing on on your skin, you should also focus on the hair on your head. Using an anti-aging scalp serum will help repair and help your hair grow stronger and healthier.


In your 50s

50s 60s. You don’t want to look like you’re older than your age, right? This is the perfect time to start looking for anti-aging products, but what do you actually use? Of course, you don’t want to start with a lot of products; you want to start with the things that work, and end with the products that you’ll fall asleep with! Remember: you don’t want to over-douse your face with products, which can make it look sallow or like you’re sickly. For the best results, stick with a handful of products, which will give your skin an additional boost of hydration and brighter, younger looking skin.


When it comes to beauty, age is just a number. The quality of your skin and the nutrition in your diet is still everything when it comes to aging skin. The key to not only preventing aging skin but also to getting your skin to look and feel as young as it possibly can is by using a holistic anti-aging skin care regimen.