January 07, 2020 11:00 AM | by Mai Atef
From Ages 25-30: The Most Common Skin Problems and How to Deal With Them
Our skin problems change and evolve with age. We talked before about teenage skin problems and also the most common skin problems in your early twenties. Now it's time to talk about ages 25 to 30 and the most common skin problems in your late twenties, plus how to take care of them.
We've gone through this age and we we've been through some of these things so we decided to give you some deets on the list of things you might face and some skincare tips for your late 20s.
Because of technology and mobile phones, premature wrinkles and fine lines are becoming more common at earlier ages. They also increase if the skin is not taken care of by not being hydrated or protected from the sun enough. Fine lines happen because of some health habits, but it's also natural to develop fine lines, wrinkles and smile lines with time and we should embrace them if we want and not feel embarrassed or pressured to hide them away.
However, you can do some things to help your skin's youthfulness last longer. For example, avoiding prolonged exposure to harmful sunlight and applying sunscreen daily. Our diet also really affects our skin. You should also make sure to always remove your makeup before bed. Don't over exfoliate or over cleanse and make your your moisturize daily.
For fine lines that appear on the forehead, between the eyebrows or around the mouth, if they bother you try using skincare products that contain collagen in them. A lot of people recommend starting anti-aging products in your late 20s.
This is one of the most prominent problems for girls in their late 20s. The cause of the acne is quite similar to the one in our teens...Hormonal changes, production of oils and not cleansing regularly, which causes bacteria to produce acne and pimples.
The types of acne that we get in this age range varies. There are pimples and blackheads. We do, however, tend to get breakouts before our period. Pregnant women can also get acne because of the hormonal changes. With the help of a dermatologist hopefully you won't find difficulty treating your acne.
Tip: Try not to pop the pimples or touch them too much so that it doesn't spread and leave acne scars behind. Also try to avoid eating food that can increase and cause your skin to break out.
Dry skin is also very common and is usually because we're not drinking enough water, along with the fact that with age our skin starts to produce less oil to make up for that. This can cause the skin to feel dry and look flaky. Not treating dry skin can also aid with the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
Drink at least 2 liters of water a day and make sure you're always moisturizing and using strong ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid.
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