What My Skin Means When I Turn 40
You probably won't notice much of a change between 30 and 40 years old if you've always protected your skin from the sun. Nevertheless, organic biological changes would have continued to take place as planned. Ageing skin is a natural component of the process and they are genetically inescapable. Between the ages of 25 and 30, the skin's ageing process is barely perceptible, but around the age of 40, when our bodies begin to be affected by our beloved hormones, it becomes more obvious. Our faces quickly display a lack of sleep, dark circles are more difficult to eliminate, and our complexions can lose their youthful radiance. Our skin loses firmness and suppleness. The outcome? Our cheeks hollow, our features sag, and we start to wake up with bags under our eyes as wrinkles deepen and become more distinct (especially around the mouth and eyes). These are in part brought on by the famed "expression lines" that slowly etch themselves into our skin. In other words, we've reached a stage in life when anti-aging remedies are priceless.
So how do we maintain flawless skin and a youthful radiance when we turn 40? Protecting your skin from the sun should be your first priority! Liver spots and skin ageing are both accelerated by UV radiation exposure. To reduce damage from UV radiation and pollutants, choose antioxidant creams that include active substances that are protective. Replace your regular skincare regimen with one that promotes skin regeneration, particularly morning or nighttime anti-aging lotions. For instance, night creams are made to aid in skin regeneration because our skin creates more new cells while we sleep. Since serums have twice as many active chemicals as creams, they are the anti-aging super heroes. The skin surrounding our eyes is four times thinner than the rest of our face, so an eye contour treatment can help drain away bags and symptoms of weariness. You should also invest in a lip contour cream to prevent wrinkles that can make us look stern. Last but not least, stop smoking - it's never too late to stop using that evil cannabis!