aesthetics tips

In today’s society soft, smooth glowing skin represents beauty and eternal youth; and the formula for enhancing one’s natural beauty and preserving healthy looking skin starts at an early age. Although we can’t erase the countless hours soaking in the sun without the SPF, preventative measures can still be taken now to help slow down the aging process.

Even in our 20s, skin starts to show early signs of aging, including fine lines, uneven skin texture, and dullness. It is essential that we begin caring for our skin at an early age to slow down the aging process rather than simply attempting to turn back the hands of time in the aftermath. Below I offer some anti-aging tips on how to care for your skin in your 20s and 30s. There are steps we can take to ensure that our skin remains healthy, vibrant, and wrinkle-free for longer.

Anti-Aging Tips For Your 20s

In our 20s, skin cell renewal drops by up to 28 percent; dead skin cells are not as easily shed, and external factors are starting to have a greater impact, leaving our skin slightly duller. Below are some anti-aging tips for those in their 20s to keep their skin healthy:

* Avoid sunlight or cover-up: Up to 80 percent of aging is directly related to sun exposure. Penetrating UVA rays damage collaged fibers and elastin coils in your skin.

* Now is a good time to quit smoking: Smoking inhibits oxygen from getting to the outer layer of your skin, which causes premature aging. Additionally, the motion of smoking over a long period of time can cause fine lines around your mouth. This is not an appealing look!

* Use a daily skin care regimen: You should cleanse, moisturize and use SPF on a daily basis. It is also important to exfoliate 2-3 times a week to promote skin renewal on a regular basis.

Anti-Aging Tips For Your 30s

By the time you reach your 30s, skin cell turnover has slowed down. Environmental damage from pollution, smoke, and sunlight are starting to take a toll on the dermis, causing collagen fibers to loosen. This causes the skin to begin losing its tone and develop fine lines and wrinkles. When we smile, subcutaneous fat forms ridges and refuse to bounce back as readily as it once did. Our first wrinkles may start to appear. Here Botox® plays important role in getting rid of the “wrinkles in motion” and preventing them from turning into deep fixed wrinkles. Alternatively, for those who want to seriously and effectively rejuvenate their skin, there is the latest arsenal in skin rejuvenation and anti-aging treatment called “MesoLift” which is exclusively offered at Beverly Hills Aesthetics. This amazing procedure literally erases crow’s feet, laugh-lines, wrinkles, and tightens thin skin. Mesolift provides the skin with the right amount of vitamins and antioxidants to preserve a youthful appearance. If you are in the 30-55 age group, I offer additional anti-aging tips for keeping skin healthy:

* Maintain your daily skin care regimen: At this stage in life, you should have sustained a daily skin care regimen for your skin. If you do not have an effective skin care regimen, visit your dermatologist for recommendations on the anti-aging products and routine which are best for your skin type.

* Let the rejuvenation begin: Incorporate a cosmeceutical skin rejuvenation program into your daily beauty ritual and include Glycolic acid, Tretinoin or Retin-A, and Skin serums containing vitamins C and E.

* Maintain a balanced diet: Your diet should consist of fresh fruits, vegetables, grains and fish, as they are high in antioxidants and Vitamins A, B, C, and E. These vitamins counteract free radicals which help the skin repair itself and produce enzymes which stabilize collagen production and retain the skin’s moisture.

* Moderate your alcohol intake: Alcohol deprives your skin of vital nutrients and may cause your facial blood vessels to become dilated. This can lead to permanent red “spider veins” on women’s cheeks and across the nose on men.

* Hydrate! Hydrate! Hydrate! Drinking at least 8 glasses of water a day is the best way to retain the skin’s water, thus keeping skin feeling soft and looking supple.

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