8 Skincare Facts You Should Know

8 Skincare Facts You Should Know

Explore essential skincare facts for all ages! Learn how collagen decline, sun exposure, and lifestyle impact skin aging. Discover the importance of tailored products like antioxidant-rich serums and hydrating creams to maintain youthful skin.

Are you someone in your 20s who completely neglects skincare as you consider it something for when you are older?

Or are you someone in your 40s who is too busy with life to pay attention to skincare?

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We all know that the skin is the largest organ of our body and protects all the internal organs. It is the first thing someone sees when they look at you. Thus, whatever your age, taking good care of the skin and protecting it from all external factors is essential.

Let us look at some of the skincare facts everyone should know.

1. Skin starts to age at 20.

Of course, the 20s are known as the time of youthful skin and vitality. But do you know that your skin starts aging as you reach your 20s?

Once you hit 25, your collagen levels can slowly deplete, which might result in the appearance of sagging skin and the onset of fine lines. Antioxidants such as Vitamin C can help maintain healthy-looking skin.

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The Skin Brightening Vitamin C serum from our brightening collection, the Radiance Revival kit, is just what you need to brighten the skin and retain its youthful vigour. Made of natural ingredients, this serum is rich in Vitamin C, which provides a radiant glow to your skin.

2. Genetics don’t determine how your skin ages.

Many people attribute how quickly their skin ages to their genetics. But do you know that external factors also play a huge role in skin aging?

Sun exposure can account for almost 90 per cent of premature aging. Other factors, such as pollution and smoking, can also affect how quickly your skin ages.

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Our Restorative Trio is just what you need to protect your skin day and night. This set includes a restorative oil, firming day cream, and nourishing night cream that firms and nourishes your skin the whole day.

3. You can switch skin types.

It's not uncommon to see your skin type change as you age or as your environment changes. For instance, skin that was once oily may become dry. Hormonal changes and climate can also influence your skin type. Using the right products that match your current skin needs is essential. Our specially formulated oils can help you adapt to these changes smoothly.

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4. It is not normal for your skin to feel tight after cleansing.

Does your skin become too dry after cleansing? Then, the cleansing product you are using is too harsh. After using a cleanser, your skin should not only be clean but should also be soft and supple.

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The Gentle Cleanser Duo is what you need to get soft, clean skin. This cleansing duo comes with a gentle oil cleanser and a soothing cream cleanser that hydrates and cleanses your skin without harming it.

5. Dry skin and dehydrated skin are not the same thing.

Understanding the difference between dry and dehydrated skin is key. Dry skin lacks oil and requires regular moisture to maintain its health, while dehydrated skin lacks water and needs hydration to look its best. For those dealing with dry skin, our Dream Cream Duo provides deep nourishment and lasting hydration.

6. Wearing sunscreen all the time protects against aging.

Do you think that sunscreen is only meant to protect your skin from UV rays? Then you're mistaken. Wearing sunscreen all the time can also protect your skin from aging.

If you’re worried that sunscreen will make your skin break out, choose a formula packed with zinc. These products are usually non-greasy and non-irritating, making them ideal for acne-prone or sensitive skin.

7. Sunglasses Protect More Than Just Your Eyes.

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Wearing sunglasses with UV protection isn't just about eye health—it also helps prevent the fine lines that appear from squinting in bright light, commonly known as crow's feet. Combine this with our Restorative Eye Cream  to keep the skin around your eyes smooth and resilient. 

8. Your Sleep Position Can Affect Aging.

Sleep is restorative, but did you know that your sleeping position can contribute to wrinkles? Sleeping on your side or stomach can press your face into the pillow and create sleep lines. Try sleeping on your back to avoid these pressures and help preserve your skin's smoothness.

Incorporating the right skincare habits and products as you age can make a significant difference in your skin's health and appearance. Choose wisely and take action early to maintain a beautiful, youthful complexion for years to come.

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