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Start using anti-aging product in your 20s - Dermatologists recommend

Start using anti-aging product in your 20s - Dermatologists recommend

Skincare should be a part of your wellness regimen just as a workout or meal plan. Your skin is the biggest organ and is consistently exposed to all types of environmental conditions such as UV, pollution, hydration, dietary changes, and stress, that long term can accelerate the visible signs of aging. So when is the right time to start adding anti-aging products to your routine?

Gianluca Russo highlights the key reasons in her article on Business Insider, because "it may be sooner than you think." The environmental stresses on your skin accelerate the visible signs of aging, but with an anti-aging routine, can protect and support your skin, helping you keep your skin's healthy youthful look. "The logic behind this is simple: if you start incorporating anti-aging products into your daily routine at an earlier age, such as in your early 20s, less damage will be done to the skin as opposed to if you begin using these products in your late 30s. It doesn't matter whether or not "age spots" have begun to form — taking preventative steps by using anti-aging products at a younger age can help in the long run."

Related: What is the difference between Serum Concentrate and Ultra Moisturizer

Russo also emphasizes that ingredients truly matter, and it's important to understand what you are putting on your skin. Rescue Skin's Serum Concentrate and Ultra Moisturizer are preventative and restorative, all natural, and bio-compatible skincare solutions for any skin type. That means they can help to prevent future fine lines, loss of volume and elasticity, while also improving skin tone and texture, and other skin challenges related to aging skin. Rescue Skin supports your skin’s own natural ability to produce pro-collagen and dermal fibroblasts – the two most fundamental factors of visibly healthy, younger skin.

Source: Business Insider