People naturally age at different rates depending on things such as lifestyle and genetics. Even healthy skin is susceptible to signs of ageing, understanding the various signs of ageing is an important part of learning about how to keep skin healthy & young. Here are the most common signs of ageing at these stages in your life:
Signs of aging at 20 +
Your skin is likely to experience a slight loss in moisture and some minor fine lines of ageing may appear. You may need to consider light day creams to give your skin a radiant boost and keep it protected from environmental factors. Not using SPF in your 20s can accelerate the signs of ageing caused by the sun's UV rays.
Signs of aging at 30 +
Your skin is likely to produce less lipids and the first lines of ageing may appear on your forehead from facial expressions, including vertical frown lines. Using products that give nourishment to skin whilst actively targeting signs of ageing will be your friend here.
Signs of aging at 40 +
Your skin is likely to become much drier and thinner, and you will experience your first wrinkles around your eyes as your skin begins to lose its elasticity. Different to your 30s you will want products that provide more intense moisture as well as having skin firming properties.
Signs of aging at 50 +
At this age, your body will be supplying fewer nutrients like CoQ10 for your skin. Because of this you'll experience a pale complexion and less elasticity on your face. Your skin cell turnover will be much lower in your 50s and therefore it will be important to use products that will help to boost this.
Signs of aging at 60 +
During this period, you'll experience a loss of density of your skin, your contours will blur, skin will sag and pigment spots will start occurring. As your skin reaches full maturity its once strong natural defensive barrier will become weaker, in line with cell turnover continuing to fall. It will be more susceptible to dryness and redness so using deeply nourishing day and night creams that help the skin's natural renewal process will be vital to maintaining healthy skin.