When it comes to anti-aging care, the most frequently asked question is at what age to start using antiaging products. The answer to this question has both a personal and a general view.
The generally accepted view is that anti-aging treatments should not be started before the age of 20. This is because the skin itself is already doing what anti-aging products do before the age of 20, that is, the skin before the age of 20 can already renew, repair and adequately protect itself without the need for these products. Anti-aging products are unnecessary for these reasons before this age, and they can also be irritating by peeling the skin. The basic skin care products required before the age of 20 are skin cleansers, moisturizers and sunscreen creams.
The personal part of the answer is that from the age of 20, especially after the age of 25, what the skin needs differs from person to person, so the products to be used are different for everyone. A 30-year-old may have no wrinkles or spots on his face, or someone with clear lines and tonal inequalities at this age. At this point, the products that these two people will use will be quite different from each other.
If you are over 20 years old and your skin does not have the signs of aging listed above, we recommend you to apply preventive care, and if there are signs of aging, we recommend you to apply the restorative care.