If you don’t have an anti-aging cream “ whatever your age! “ now is the time to get one. Yes, even you! Many women think that they are either too young to need one or too old for one to be of any use. However, as our guide shows, there are plenty of anti-aging creams for every age.
If you’re in your 20s¦
Think you’re too young for an anti-aging cream? Think again. In your 20s, you should be focusing on three things: Number one, shielding your skin from sun damage. Number two, moisturizing well with an antioxidant rich moisturizer that will protect skin. And, number three, stimulating cell turnover. (As if you weren’t already worried about your cell turnover! Who isn’t?)
If you’re in your 30s…
It is time to start lifting, firming and toning! You may not have any drooping or sagging yet, but why wait until you do? It is always, always best to prevent these things before they happen. Clarins’ Extra-Firming Day Cream is one cream that will, as their website says, keep skin looking younger, longer. You can also begin using a firming mask or peel around this time.
If you’re in your 40s¦
If you’re in your 40s, you can probably list one or two (or seven!) things you don’t like about your skin. Crow’s feet? Laugh lines? Age spots? Now is the time to start targeting those things. While there is no cure-all cream, Clinique Repairwear Intensive Eye Cream, Neutrogena’s Healthy Skin Anti-Wrinkle Cream and Avon’s Banishing Cream are couple that are worth looking into.
If you’re in your 50s¦
At this age, using a product with glycolic acid can make your skin firmer, smoother, brighter and less wrinkled. M.D. Forte’s Facial Cream I is one product that contains glycolic acid.
Nice post! I think Anti-aging products, particularly those with antioxidants, can be used as early as age 21, but the most important thing is to use anti-aging products that are appropriate for your skin type.