Skincare Tips for 20s, 30s, 40s!

July 18, 2016 at 9:00 am Leave a comment

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Your skin encounters different concerns at every age. For example, in your 20s, you may have dealt with oily skin, but now, during your 30s, you may be experiencing more dryness. Therefore, it is important to continually adjust your skincare routine and products to remedy the appropriate concerns for your age!

20s:

In your 20s, sebaceous (oil-secreting) glands are very active. As a result, blackheads, 203040Combineenlarged pores, and acne are common skin concerns for people in this age range. Individuals in their 20s should incorporate skincare products that focus on deep cleansing pores and treating acne to maintain a clean, clear, and healthy complexion. Our Clear Complexion Cleanser and Clear Complexion Treatment are two products that do just that. Clear Complexion Cleanser is a lightweight, refreshing cleansing gel, infused with willow bark and rosemary extracts, that thoroughly cleanses and purifies pores. It also contains natural antibacterial benefits and helps balance sebum production in skin. Clear Complexion Treatment is a highly effective treatment gel that helps prevent future breakouts and minimize dark spots, including acne scarring. Lastly, your 20s are a great time to begin introducing masks to your skincare routine. Our Charcoal Pore Pudding is a unique, two-part purifying mask powered by black and white charcoal. The activated black bamboo charcoal detoxifies pores, while the binchotan white charcoal powder moisturizes and balances skin by increasing hydration.

30s:

During your 30s, your skin begins to produce less oil and retain less water, causing it to become dry and dehydrated. This is the perfect time to start using products that are not only deeply hydrating, but also anti-aging. Our Tsubaki Beauty Oil is infused with tsubaki (camellia) oil, wakame (Japanese sea kelp), and rice bran oil to hydrate and protect against free-radical damage and pre-mature signs of aging. For masking in your 30s, our Tsubaki Oil Deep Hydration Hydrogel Mask is the perfect product to help deliver moisture deep into skin. It reduces moisture loss and leaves your skin feeling replenished, supple, and baby-soft!

40s:

As you age, your skin not only produces less oil, but it also begins to produce less collagen, the protein that holds your skin together. During your 40s, wrinkles and loss of firmness can be attributed to a decrease in collagen. This is also the time when dark spots caused by aging start to appear. Those in their 40s should create a skincare routine that prioritizes improving firmness, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, and minimizing dark spots. Our Wakame Firming Hydrogel Mask contains potent anti-aging wakame and brown seaweed to replenish protein and stimulate collagen production, thereby preventing wrinkles and loss of firmness. In addition, our gel-textured moisturizer, Sake Balm, “bounces” skin’s hydration, brightness, and elasticity back with its ingredients of the highest quality grade Sake, glycolic acid, and Vitamin C.

Is your skincare routine targeting the concerns you face at your age? Don’t forget to adjust your routines and products to maintain a glowing, healthy complexion in your 20s, 30s, 40s, and beyond!

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