Early Signs of Aging
When you’re still in your 20s, it’s easy to think and say your skin won’t get droopy or you won’t have facial wrinkles till your 40. Yes, that could be possible if you start caring for your skin as soon and as early as possible.
If you want to look like in your 30s when you’re already in your 40s, start developing good habits and maintaining a healthy skin and body as early as in your 20s. There are no secrets, truly. Disciple and knowledge on how to combat aging are the key.
Photo by Brooke Cagle
Before you consume various beauty products for anti-aging, here are the early signs of aging skin and ways on how you can fight it.
Sun damage. Sun spots in your late 20s or early 30s should serve as a wake-up call for you. Treating sun damage on the surface of your skin isn’t enough to fight it. Step up your prevention game—most especially to those in their early age.
If you feel like you’re skin is damaged as early as in your 20s, it must mean you’ve been exposed too much under the sun. there’s nothing you can do to travel back in time to correct the mistake. You can, however, minimise the damage and slow down your skin’s aging process. You don’t want to look 30 while you’re still in your 20s, do you?
Puffy eyes. You late work nights and friday night tequilas are taking a toll on your body, especially around your eyes. If you may notice, dark circles, wrinkles and heavy under eye bags are starting to set in. time to do something about it now.
You see, the skin around your eye area is thin as is; and it only get thinner as you age. This causes the puffiness and tired eyes more noticeable than ever. No worries, there are ways you can save your puffy eyes from getting puffier: cut down on sodium, alcohol and get a good night’s sleep. Another important thing to keep in mind is to be gentle with your eyes. Stop rubbing and tugging the skin around the eye area as it will only make the matter worse.
Wrinkles. Wrinkles and fine lines set in due to movement and aging; it shouldn’t really that much of a deal if you’re in your 40s. But when you notice those fine lines showing up in your 20s or early 30s, that’s where you should be concerned.
You can consult to your dermatologist on ways to treat this skin aging problem. With the technology we have these days, there are non surgical anti-aging options you can go under to slow down the progress of your wrinkles and fine lines.
Itchy, dry and more sensitive skin. As you age, you lose moisture in the skin which means dryness, itchiness and sensitivity of the skin is heightened. If you feel these issues, your skin must be telling something to it’s essential to pay attention as to what your skin and body say. That way, you can do something about it as soon as you can and prevent further progression of your skin’s early signs of aging.
You can go for moisturizers which nourishes and restores your skin’s health. You can also opt to go on a healthy diet and intake foods that will help regenerate and keep your skin health.
Droopy skin. Thanks to elastin and collagen, our skin maintains its youthful glow and firmness because of them. Once you notice your skin is losing its shape, it’s probably time for you to look for antioxidants that shall help the amount of collagen and elastin boost up to keep your skin firm.
Have you got any other anti-aging tips and tricks or advices that sure can help our readers? We’d like to know—leave a comment below!
About Chie Suarez
Inclined into fashion, beauty, style, hair and makeup, Chie Suarez is a daytime writer for The Australasian College Broadway. Based in Sydney, TAC offers courses in beauty therapy, hairdressing and makeup.