How To Care For Your Skin At Any Age

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I hear people say that the best time to start taking care of your skin is when you enter your 30's. I actually believe that you should always tend your skin no matter your age. It's the largest organ we have and its the first thing people see.

In my latest video on my YouTube Channel I share you my tips on how to care for your skin. The tips stem mainly from personal experience and observation. Keep in mind everyone has different types of skin and genetics effect the way we age but if you care for your skin you give it a chance to be the best it can be.

I also share the products I use at the moment. I think you should always be open to trying out new products and its perfectly fine to have your skin regime shift and change. 

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I hope you like this video and find it helpful and informative. If there are any YouTube videos you would be interested in seeing, just let me know.

I also found a few interesting articles on tending to your skin. Enjoy!

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  1. In large part because I have super sensitive skin, I've almost always taken a less is more approach to my personal skincare routine. I use very basic soaps and cleaners, moisturize like there's no tomorrow, and am very diligent about year round sunscreen application. Easy, effective, and even enjoyable. :)

    ♥ Jessica

  2. I'm with Jessica, I'm VERY basic due to my high-maintenance sensitive skin (psoriasis). I am still trying to find a consistent routine that works for me, though. I just got my first cold cream, and I'm excited to try it out. I've heard good things!

  3. Good tips! I am turning 37 and just starting to notice the fine lines. I try to keep things simple and that seems to help

    retro rover

  4. Those common sense ones are good to hear every now and then. I can attest to how much smoking, drinking and chronic insomnia can damage your skin. I was a heavy drinker and smoker with major sleeping issues for 20 years and now that I'm 39, I really see how I have aged poorly. I'm not degrading myself, I'm just aware of the crows feet and laugh lines that I have. The only thing that finally cleared up my acne was pro-active. I use it religiously but sure wish they would come out with a line for older women. I am cautious of mixing product brands and haven't had great luck when I do so. Now that I'm older and have quit smoking, and barely drink I'm hoping that I can halt the aging a bit.

    She Knits in Pearls


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