When Should You Start Using Anti-Aging Products?
There’s a common misconception that you shouldn’t start using anti-aging products until you are in your 40s. That’s not true!
Anti-aging products, particularly those with antioxidants, can be used as early as age 21. It doesn't matter whether "age spots" have begun to form or not - taking preventative steps by using anti-aging products at a younger age can help in the long run.
The logic is simple…
if you start incorporating anti-aging products into your daily routine at an earlier age, such as in your early 20s, less damage will be done to the skin as opposed to if you begin using these products in your late 30s or 40s.
But the most important thing is to use anti-aging products that are appropriate for your skin type.
Skin types vary greatly, ranging from extremely oily to sensitive and dry. Before deciding whether or not to add a skincare product into your regime - anti-aging or not - it's vital to examine the product's ingredients as to ensure they will not cause a bad reaction on your skin and will, in turn, be useful. Ingredients truly matter. Those with dry skin should stray from anti-aging products that are based in oils that can irritate the skin.
Although some may believe that softer, oil-based products may have an easier time moisturizing into the skin, the result is the opposite. With dry skin, oil-based products simply leave a layer of oil on the skin and do not blend in. Likewise, those with oily skin do not want to use oil-based products.
Luckily our ‘Treasures of Youth’ Collection is a delicate, anti-aging line made of proven effective ingredients and produced by the highest quality standards. Our products are also vegan and cruelty-free, so the purity you feel on your face, you can feel in your soul.