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Skincare for all ages

What skincare should you be using for your skin? While we all have different skin types and concerns, there are a few common skincare tips for every age group.

In this short video, Skin Therapist Amanda takes us through her top tips for skincare for all ages, including:

Teenage skin

Teenagers often suffer with acne, blackheads and congestion, so it is important to keep the skin clean and avoid using over-stimulating products. Amanda talks about the importance of sunscreen in these early years and what steps we should take in developing our daily skincare routine.

20s

With collagen production slowing down, our 20s is the ideal time to look towards preventative skincare and build an established routine, including serums and retinols. Amanda explains what that might look like.

30s

In our 30s, we start to see the effects of ageing including a loss of volume and elasticity. Amanda describes the medical-grade skincare that we might begin to use at this age.

40s

As we reach our 40s, our skin has significantly slowed down its ability to repair and rejuvenate. Amanda talks about the importance of active, medical-grade skincare especially around the face, neck and decolletage areas.

60s

Generally in our 60s, our skin is damaged and thin, with obvious signs of ageing including lines and wrinkles. Amanda provides expert advice on ageing gracefully.

 

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Written by National Skin Cancer Centres