How to Take Care of Your Skin in Your 20s




Taking care of your skin is very important, as they say. While the radicals, dirt, dust, and pollution make you look dull and dark, you should definitely follow a few skincare rules to keep the skin glowing and youthful. Usually, people don’t take care of their skin in 20s and this thing leads you to a downhill slope from there on.

How to Take Care of Your Skin in Your 20s

In 20s, the skin is sensitive and the right skincare regime catches up but if you miss out on that then, your skin will get worse once you hit 30. Dullness, pigmentation, dark spots, and ageing have everything to do with your diet and skincare routine. However, without a proper regimen and skin care products, it’s hard to keep the skin youthful and radiant. Check out these skincare rules you need to follow in your 20s to get youthful glow:

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Cleanse and Cleanse

face cleansing

Yes, double cleanse your skin! With double cleansing, you will achieve stupendous results as the power of double cleansing is superb. Use an oil based cleanser to remove any makeup residue or impurities and then cleanse with foam or gel based cleanser depending on your skin type. Since makeup is removed using an oil based cleanser, washing your face directly with gel cleanser won’t remove makeup properly.

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Exfoliate

face exfoliate

The next step is exfoliation that is very important in your skincare routine. To get a perfect balance, exfoliation holds a special place. You have to exfoliate your skin at least twice a week with lactic or glycolic acid product. With this, dead skin cells are removed and skin tone is enhanced. When you buy a toner or cleanser, do check the ingredients like AHA and salicylic acid. If it is present, exfoliating once a week is enough.

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Eye Cream is Must

apply eye cream

In 20s, the eyes are very sensitive and needs special care. Plus, if you take care of your eyes in 20s, you will have beautiful eyes in 30s. Since the area around your eyes is delicate and super sensitive, you have to be very careful. Buy an undereye roller and hydrate the skin around the eyes in the morning. Before hitting the bed also, you can use an eye cream. A cream rich in shea butter, avocado oil, or cocoa butter is commendable as they are the most nourishing ingredients available for the eyes.

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Use Retinol

use retinol

Retinol helps in improving the skin texture, formation of new skin, strengthening the deeper layers of your skin, decreasing oil production, and increasing collagen production. By incorporating retinol in your skincare regime will work wonders in preventing the wrinkles that may come in 30s. So when you start using retinol in 20s, it boosts skin renewal as it contains vitamin A. Plus, it decreases oil production further making the pores less noticeable that gives the skin a nice appearance. Even though retinol has numerous benefits, make sure not to use it frequently as it can cause dryness. Initially start with once or twice a week and go on to thrice a week and if it goes fine, you can use it every other night to get multiple benefits.

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Treat Your Acne

Treat Your Acne

Acne is hormonal and exists even in 20s. If you have an acne prone skin, it is important to treat it. Use an anti bacterial face wash containing salicylic acid as it breaks down the glue which is the main dirt and bacteria trapper. The pore barrier gets loose with salicylic acid that helps getting rid of debris or dirt that blocks the pores. Avoid using wipes, soap or any fragrance as it can irritate your skin to a great extent activating the bacteria more. Plus, if you detect any acne popping out, apply an anti acne lotion to the spot immediately. Also, you can consume sulphur acne treatment to get rid of acne properly. Having complete knowledge of how your hormones affect your skin helps in choosing the right skincare routine.

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Do Something of Uneven Tone

Melasma

Uneven tone looks bad, mine is! Maybe I didn’t take care of my skin in 20s and that is why it’s like that. Anyways, treat uneven skin tone to enjoy radiant and smooth skin in 30s. Melasma is quite a common issue in 20s which should be treated. Stay away from sun to get rid of uneven skin. Not only that, but also pay attention to the intake of vitamin C with which the skin gets even and smooth. Plus, apply a high SPF every day to protect the skin from UV rays as it causes tanning, pigmentation, and scarring that is very hard to treat.

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Wear SPF

spf 30 sunscreen

Very very important! For skin, wearing a SPF is a must to avoid tanning and pigmentation. Ask any doctor about the skincare products, SPF holds the number one position. Sun plays a significant role in damaging your skin and it is your duty to provide enough protection as your skin ages. Apply 50 SPF and if not, 30 SPF at least with 5-star UVA rating is worth it.

Consume Antioxidants

teenagers eating healthy food

For that glow, radiance, shine, and smoothness, antioxidants help. Eat superfoods like spinach, fish, walnuts, berries, green tea, broccoli, whole grains and other foods containing antioxidants and omega 3. Get fresh and healthy complexion by munching antioxidants. Say goodbye to coffee or tea and grab green tea or juice instead. Blend in some spinach with cucumber and drink it neat. Really? Yes, and see outstanding results it will deliver.

Hydrate and Exercise

drinking water

The very old beauty tip is drinking lots of water and exercising regularly to keep in shape and look youthful. Exercise regularly, eat fresh and healthy food, and sleep well. Beauty comes from within and unless you don’t have healthy body, it will not reflect on your face. Whatever you apply on the skin, it only works if the body is healthy from inside. Hydrate yourself and keep the skin moisturized, flush out the toxins, and improve blood circulation with exercising. What’s more, your skin and hair will get proper delivery of nutrients and vitamins.

Have a good day!

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Written by: Manasa Hegde

Manasa Hegde is a writer for Beautyepic.com and Few other websites. She has been writing contents on fashion, Travelling, healthy Foods & Home DIY. Also, She is a mother of two little girls.Most of the time she spends on her family and profession.

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