How to take care of your skin after the age of 20

How to take care of your skin after the age of 20
Taking care of your skin from a young age is a way to prevent spots, wrinkles and imperfections. Today we leave you some tips so you can start taking better care of it!

When it comes to taking care of our skin, our 20s are the right time to start seriously nourishing and caring for our skin.

Starting to take care of your skin from a young age is a way to take care of your future.

From the age of 20, the two structural proteins of our skin: collagen (which keeps it firm, taut and resistant) and elastin (which gives the skin its flexibility, allowing it to stretch and then return to its place) – decrease.

Giving your skin a little love has cosmetic and medical benefits.

Although you can't slow down the passage of time, with a good skincare routine, you will be able to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots and sun damage. You will also be able to control minor problems such as dryness or oily skin.

For those with specific skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, rosacea and acne, it requires a little more care and visits to the dermatologist.

Before deciding what to include in your skin care routine, it is important to know your skin type, since each skin has its own needs.

If you want to prevent wrinkles and blemishes in your future, you need to start taking care of your skin now.

These are some tips for you.

Clean your skin carefully every day

It is important that you cleanse your skin in the morning and at night to remove all impurities. If you don't clean it properly, dirt and pollution will build up on the surface of your skin and could contribute to breakouts, dehydration, and signs of aging.

If you have oily skin, a foam or gel cleanser may be better for you.
If your skin is dry, try a milk cleanser and moisturizer.

Always remove your makeup before going to sleep

Even if your best friend can sleep in her makeup and look great, it's not a great idea. If you have a habit of sleeping with makeup on, you may have an acne breakout or develop a bumpy rash called perioral or periocular dermatitis.


Exfoliants should be used from adolescence onwards to clean your pores, protect your skin against acne and remove dead cells from the surface of the skin. Whether you have oily or dry skin, it is necessary that you exfoliate regularly to always have smooth skin and minimize pores.

You should exfoliate your skin only once or twice a week, using a relatively gentle product. Don't rub (it won't help with acne or pimples).

Moisturize your skin daily

This is one of the most important steps in your skincare routine. Our skin loses moisture throughout the day and so finding a good product from the start that you can use in the morning and before bed will help keep your skin hydrated and plump. It will keep early lines and wrinkles out and ensure hydrated skin that looks great.

Sunscreen, always

While we all need and love light and sunshine to feel good, it's worth remembering that the sun is your skin's number 1 enemy. UV rays are harmful and can cause your skin to suffer from sunburn, dehydration and premature wrinkles. And if you think that sun protection is not necessary on cloudy and cool days, you are wrong. The sun's UV rays penetrate through the epidermis or upper layers of the skin and cause damage. Recommendation: never go without sunscreen.

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