The Blog Daily Mail: Cosmetic doctor shares his secrets for a radiant complexion in every decade
Daily Mail spoke to Dr Josh Wall on how to have flawless skin at ANY age.
- The skincare products to use from your 20s to 50s
- Dr Josh Wall, from Sydney, said it’s never too late to start or change your skincare
- Opt for multi-B serum in your 20s, retinol in your 30s and eye cream in your 40s
- It’s also important to understand your skin type and concerns
From using a multi-B serum in your 20s to retinol in your 30s and eye creams in your 40s, as we age our skincare routine needs to adapt.
Dr Josh Wall, Cosmetic Doctor and the Medical Director of Contour Clinics in Sydney, told DAILY MAIL it’s essential to understand your skin type based on your age to determine the exact products you need.
‘It’s never too late to start or change your skincare routine, but it’s also important to receive advice from a professional about your concerns rather than choosing blindly from shelves,’ he said.
Skincare products to use based on your age:
In your 20s
SPF Moisturiser – A lightweight moisturiser that has an SPF is perfect for this age
Toner and Multi-B – A suitable toner to help fight those nasty acne breakouts and multi b to help rebuild the skin’s natural barrier
In your 30s
Retinol for collagen stimulation
Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) – Helps even skin tone and prevent dullness
Antioxidant Serum – These are great for helping reverse any sun damage or problems caused to your skin in your youth.
Vitamin C and E for pigmentation
In your 40s and 50s
Stronger Retinol Creams – To ramp up collagen production
Eye Cream – Once we start hitting our 40s the eyes are one of the first areas of the face that show ageing.
Peptide Creams – Peptides are great for helping treat fine lines and are amazing for skin renewal.
Hyaluronic Acid Serum – Hyaluronic Acid is all about replacing moisture. As we age our skin loses more and more moisture and starts to dry out.
A Gentle Cleanser – It is very important at this age to make sure we do not strip ay more moisture out of the skin. Therefore, using a cleanser that is gentle and will remove dirt and dead skin cells but will not remove moisture
You can find the article here.