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Simple & Effective Beauty Tips for Women in 20s

Women in their 20s think that skincare is too early and aging signs will appear later than soon. Little they know that premature aging could also occur to younger women who don’t take care of their skin earlier. So if you’re looking for the best skincare tips for the 20s so that you can prevent premature signs of skin aging on your face, then you may want to check out the following for beauty tips, aside from using face creams, that women like you should know.

Get enough sleep

Sleep aids in the body’s repair and restorative processes. Sleeping is the time when your skin works on renewing your skin and encouraging fast skin cell turnover. So if you’re always getting caught on late night sleeping due to work or studies,  it may be time to look into your sleeping habits and try improving it to prevent premature aging.

Lack of sleep leads to stress, which may be reflected by the appearance of zits and flare-ups. And regular inadequate sleep also aggravates skin issues and degrades its health.

For one, inadequate sleeps leads to the overproduction of cortisol in your body. It makes the sebaceous glands more active; thus, they produce more oil, leading to breakouts and even make acne worse. What’s worse is that overproduction of oil also leads to puss-filled papules that look horrible.

Pay attention to your sleep – in order to de-stress your body and skin and prevent skin issues. This tip is by far one of the best anti aging tips to follow.

Don’t overdo on the anti aging products

If you’ve already addressed skin breakouts and put them under control, you can consider applying anti aging products on your skin, but not too much. Avoid using highly concentrated products that may lead to side effects.

For example, ingredients like peptides and retinol may be too active for you, even if they promote skin metabolism.  And if your skin is a combination, oily or acne-prone, you might even suffer from clogged pores, bumps and irritation due to some strong ingredients in face skin treatment. Instead, use products with lactic acids, glycolic acids and salicylic acids that can prevent breakouts and brown spots without irritating young skin.

Use a hydrating beauty serum or cream

Increased progesterone hormones can cause skin dryness and worse dehydration. Use a water-based serum and then a hyaluronic acid containing moisturizer to fight it.

Fade brown spots with a skin lightener

Women in their 20s suffer from discoloration patches, such as brown spots, and sometimes it is due to contraceptive pills, which can increase estrogen production, leading to more melanin production.  Talk to your doctor about it as well as use a topical lightener regularly in your beauty regimen to suppress pigment activity and fade brown spots.

One of the most effective lighteners for young skin is vitamin C phosphate or magnesium ascorbyl that you’ll get in skin creams for women in their 20s.  This antioxidant can brighten and tone the skin and prevent skin discoloration. Alternatively, there are exfoliants with lactic acid or glycolic acid that also work to remove pigmented cells.

Take Care of Your Skin Even in Your 20s

Proper skincare habits can benefit your skin for the long-term. It will keep your skin younger-looking for longer and stop the signs of premature aging, including hyperpigmentation and wrinkle formation. Follow these tips and use the right aging cream that will help in locking in moisture and water in your cells to keep skin looking plumped and healthy.

Rex Melville MBBS FRCP is an experienced Genito-Urinary (Sexual Health) Physician, and is delighted to be a new member of the London Dermatology CentreTM team.He is fully accredited with the GMC, having graduated with Honours as MBBS from Monash University (Australia), and gained Fellowship of the Australasian chapter of Sexual Health Medicine. After arrival in the UK, in 1994 he took up the post of Lead Consultant Physician in Sexual Health and HIV at Whipps Cross Hospital, London, where he continues to work.
Rex will offer patients high quality consultations, testing and treatments for a wide variety of STDs (Sexually Transmitted Infections). He also has experience in advising those with various sexual concerns and symptoms, whether they have erectile difficulties, skin problems affecting the genitals or chronic pain or discharge. And of course confidentiality is assured. He is also highly qualified to fully manage HIV infection, and offer testing for this and other infections such as Hepatitis B.

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