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Top 7 Skincare Tips Proven to Keep You Looking Young

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Top 7 Skincare Tips Proven to Keep You Looking Young

Top 7 Skincare Tips Proven to Keep You Looking Young

Youthful and fresh skin won’t be ours to have and hold forever, not unless we take care of it now. Getting a handle on your skincare in your 20s and 30s sets the tone for how it will look in your 40s, 50s, and beyond. You can either go into it still getting carded for that wine or looking older than everyone at your 10-year high school reunion.

For truly ageless skin, turn to these top 7 skincare tips that have been proven to keep skin looking young, supple, smooth, and healthy while fighting the signs of aging away!

1. Never skip SPF during the daytime

Yes, even in winter. Even on cloudy days. Even when you aren’t actively sitting by the pool or ocean. Using sunscreen protects your skin from damages that will only surface years down the road. Unless you want crow’s feet, age spots, and loads of wrinkles, use a daily SPF formula to keep skin safe.

2. Always take your nighttime skin routine seriously

It’s late, you’re tired, and you can hear your bed calling your name. But don’t even think of turning in for the night without cleansing and hydrating your skin. Leaving makeup and buildup on your skin can clog up pores, leading to breakouts. And those lovely eyelashes of yours won’t stay that way if you don’t remove your makeup before bed. Adding moisturization products that nourish your skin type will allow you to wake up fresh-faced too.

3. Get your beauty sleep

Science has proven that sleep indeed makes you more beautiful. When your body is asleep, your cells are busy regenerating. Slacking on sleep releases more of that nasty stress hormone, cortisol, which breaks down your collagen among other things. Start going to sleep a little earlier to get the rest your body needs to help you wake up more beautiful.

4. Start using retinol now

For skin care in your 20s and 30s, you might not realize that the one secret weapon you have against aging is something you should start using now. Retinol is a wonderful creation that fights blemishes and the visible signs of aging. When everyone else is running for fillers and Botox, you’ll be glad you have retinol in your skincare arsenal.

5. Use an overnight mask a few times a week

Because your body and skin is busy repairing while you’re dreaming, an overnight mask is a wonderful addition to your skincare regimen. Even better, find one with retinol, alpha-hydroxy acids, or peptides to help give your skin just what it needs to keep on replacing old dull skin with new fresh skin cells to always look your best.

6. Take care of your hydration

When you don’t drink enough water, your body can’t function optimally. You’ll notice it in your skin when it seems dry, flaky, and blemished. By simply taking in enough water each day, skin looks more supple and refreshed. Have a few sips before bed too, especially if you’ve had a few cocktails, to help restore hydration to your body.

7. Don’t forget eye cream

Rule of thumb: never wait until your favorite songs from high school are playing in the background of your supermarket to start using eye cream. Peptide and antioxidant-rich formulas will keep them look bright and firm.

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