It is not always easy to choose between the many facial care products until you find those that will keep your skin looking healthy looking good. Deciding which products will be best for you depends in large part on your age.
In the 20s
Since your skin may still be sensitive to outbreaks, you should choose a mild cleansing product that moisturizes without clogging the pores. Look for products that do not contain isopropyl alcohol, or SD-40, an ingredient that is too abrasive for the skin of your age. Sunscreen is also imperative at your age because sun damage will now manifest itself in wrinkles and aging spots in the future. Choose a day moisturizer that contains an SPF of 15 or higher or look for an oil-free sunscreen to apply under your moisturizer.
In the decade of 30 years
As soon as you are 30 years old and older, some signs of aging will begin to appear on your skin, so you must choose products that combat the signs of aging. Opt for a facial moisturizer that is light and intensive to correct dry patches and renew the shine of your skin. A moisturizer will also improve the texture of your skin, which can start to have rough spots as you age. Many women 30 and older have dark circles. Choose an eye cream with caffeine to help less notice dark circles.
In the 40s and 50s
As you get older, your skin becomes thinner, and even healthy skin will begin to show signs of aging in your 40s and 50s and 50s. peak, especially around your mouth and eyes. Resist the urge to use a heavy moisturizer, which will only cause your skin to become oily. Instead, opt for a light lotion with antioxidants to prevent age spots and promote shine. At night, use a retinol face cream that renews the top layer of your skin and helps fill in wrinkles. Retinol may be too abrasive for some people's skin, so if it does not go with your skin, opt for a cream that contains neuropeptides. If you have dark circles, look for an eye cream that contains vitamin K to fade them.