Lifestyle and Skin Care for Twentysomethings

Lifestyle and Skin Care for Twentysomethings

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Having the healthy glow of someone in their 20s gets difficult as you get older.  The aging process tends to start in your late 20s and early 30s.  Collagen is not produced as much, and this can lead to thinning skin.  In addition, the sweat and oil gland production tends to decrease, which makes your skin thinner and drier.

Did you know where 90% of the signs of aging come from?

You’ve heard it before, but it can’t be emphasized enough, don’t skip the sunblock.  It is the single most important part of your skincare regime, so you shouldn’t forget to apply and reapply sunscreen when necessary.  It is so vital due to the fact that 90 percent of the signs of aging come from unprotected exposure to UV rays. And, in addition, unprotected sun exposure will escalate your chance of skin cancer occurring.

It is imperative that you regard your neck and décolletage as an extension of your face.  These three function as a unit, and that makes it important to apply your product to all three areas.  Also, when it comes to sunscreen, don’t forget to apply and periodically reapply it to your hands and a few other often overlooked areas such as your back of the neck, scalp, ears, and lips.  Sunscreen is particularly helpful when fighting the sun’s strong rays when you’re driving.

For more about lifestyle and skin care for twentysomethings, read the full article here:
10 Healthy Skin Habits You Should Adopt In Your 20s

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by ESS

Articles written by Essential Skin Solutions are a combined effort of the Essential Skin Solutions publishing staff. At ESS our focus is to educate, inform, and inspire each person to be and do their very best for their skin and themselves. It is not always easy and sometimes we don't take action (or we take the wrong action) because of a lack of understanding the real issues. We hope that the conversations that occur here will help in some small to make life better.