I know it seems so stressful to already be thinking about anti-aging products when you are only in you twenties. However many dermatologists have labeled the 20s and mid 30s as your pre-aging years. These are the years where you could still prevent wrinkles and premature aging.
First and foremost, I cannot stress enough that PREVENTION is the best medicine for aging. So if you’re a smoker… QUIT! Smoking is bad for your body in so many ways, and it also speeds up your aging process. Then, my favourite thing to tell my clients. REMEMBER TO WEAR YOUR SUNSCREEN, come rain or shine you better apply your sunscreen in the morning. If the UV rays can’t penetrate the sunscreen layer, then your almost certainly preventing premature aging.
Back to anti-aging products…
The reason why you should consider using anti-aging products when you’re in your twenties, is because when you start to treat aging before it happens, it will most likely happen at a lighter level and at a later stage.
As most of you know by now, I solemnly swear by Nimue, and luckily for the Nimue Fans the new AI range includes all your anti-aging needs. It is also important to remember that you must follow a strict skin care routine even when you feel you have surpassed all the teenage and hormone years. It is necessary to find a product that is suitable for your skin, and as I have said in my previous post, the Nimue AI Range is amazing as it suits aging as well as problematic skin. So basically what I am saying is that anyone can use it!
For example the Nimue AI Eye Serum. The sensorial effect captured me from the very first application. After using this particular eye cream for only a few days I could see a great improvement around my eyes. The eye serum had an immense tightening, lifting and hydrating effect on the skin around my eyes. You can read more about the Nimue Eye Serum here.
Then there’s the Nimue AI Face Serum is to keep your skin soft, nurtured and hydrated. You can read more about this product here.
Other methods that could help ‘slow down’ the aging process is skin resurfacing treatments. I prefer to use both pHformula (which you could read more about here) and the Nimue SRC treatment. If you are not familiar with the term Skin Resurfacing, please go give this post a read!
So basically this post should’ve convinced you to look after your skin, not only by cleansing and moisturising… but also by feeding it with the nutrients it may need, and APPLYING SUNSCREEN!