Category Archives: Anti Aging Tips
Skincare Tips for Your 50’s
21 Aprile 2014
In your 50’s, aging of your skin is inevitable. While you can’t backtrack to the supple skin of your 20’s, you can take extra good care of your current skin to look and feel your best. In this decade, visible signs of aging are prevalent, including age spots, dry skin and fine lines. Here are a few tips to take care of your skin in your 50’s.
- Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! Your skin is at its driest point here, so using a heavy-duty moisturizer is key. In addition to proper skin products, you can stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water and eating fruits and vegetables.
- Your skin has lost most of its elasticity by your 50’s, so you should add a product like Shinso Essence to your routine. This serum instantly rejuvenates and tightens your skin, while working on the deepest layers to boost collagen production. It helps to smooth and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles giving you a natural “botox look” without the surgery. With regular use, Shinso Essence will reveal the true you with firmer and smoother skin.
- Any aggressive exfoliation routines or weekly peel appointments should be lessened. Your skin is so delicate at this age that any harsh activity could damage it.
- Pigmentation and unevenness in skin tone are also common at this age. Find a gentle spot treatment that works to fade dark spots and leaves you with an even complexion. Wearing sunscreen with a high SPF daily is also crucial to preventing more sun spots/dark spots from showing up.
Skincare Tips for Your 40’s
15 Aprile 2014
After you’ve made it through your 20’s and 30’s, your skin starts to show more severe signs of aging. Here are a few tips to manage your skin in your 40’s.
- After years in the sun, your skin tone could potentially be uneven or dull. Dark splotches and sunspots are very common but can be treated as well. First, make sure you are still applying a heavy sunscreen to prevent this problem for future years. Exfoliate skin with a gentle product, like Shinso Glow, to remove the dull, dead skin and rejuvenate the skin. The gel will immediately react to the dead skin cells on the skin’s surface.
- Wrinkles are another large issue for women in their 40’s. Products that are said to boost collagen production are key, since this gives skin a youthful appearance. Shinso Essence works to tighten the skin to boost collagen production. It also helps to reduce and smooth the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, making it a healthier alternative to Botox.
- Keeping skin hydrated is also hugely important. Apply a moisturizer daily and use rejuvenating facial masks weekly if needed as well.
- If acne still plagues you in your 40’s (which is actually fairly common), you should work to treat it. Use a concentrated spot treatment just on the specific problem areas.
Skincare Tips for Your 30’s
08 Aprile 2014
After you’ve taken care of your skin in your 20’s, your 30’s become more important. Fine lines and subtle wrinkles start to pop up during this decade, so your skincare routine should become more intensive. Here are a few tips to help you improve your skin in your 30’s.
- Dark circles from less sleep and stressful days can make your eyes appear older and sickly looking, and who wants that? For dark circles, choose products with vitamin C, soy, kojic acid, which will brighten up the area. For puffiness around your eyes, look for products that contain caffeine. Apply an eye cream nightly for best results.
- Dullness in your skin may become a problem in your 30’s, so it’s important to continually use sunscreen to prevent this from getting worse. Look for products that contain peptides, whichs help to brighten skin, restore your skin’s elasticity and can reduce fine lines.
- If you notice brown spots or skin discoloration, begin a more drastic exfoliating routine.
- Add Shinso Essence product to your skincare regimen to help even the tone and texture of your skin. Always apply at AM and PM.
Skincare Tips for Your 20’s
01 Aprile 2014
Skincare varies not only by your skin type, but also by your age. Women in their 20’s have vastly different skin concerns than those in their 50’s and vice versa. Young women in their 20’s have far less to be concerned about, yet still need to develop a good skincare regimen. Here are some tips for managing skin in your 20’s.
- Since most women don’t start to show signs of aging until their 30’s or 40’s, anti-aging products aren’t your main concern. However, now is the perfect time to take preventative measures. Since your skin is still supple and has a good amount of collagen, wearing sunscreen is the most important factor. Find a SPF that works for you (there are many different formulas and brands to choose from) and apply it daily.
- Moisturizing is a simple and effective way to keep your skin looking great in your 20’s. Your skin can absorb it easier, so apply a moisturizer daily to see the full benefits. Your skin 10 or 20 years from now will thank you.
- Acne and breakouts are still common in your 20’s, so do your best to fight that off. Use a gentle exfoliant once or twice a week to prevent clogged pores that often cause acne. Since acne scars and skin discoloration are two negative consequences of acne in your 20’s, do what you can now to prevent these from showing up later in your life.
4 Foods That Are Good for Your Skin
18 Marzo 2014
They say you are what you eat, but I wouldn’t take it quite that far. However, it is true that the foods you put into your body have a large impact on the quality of your skin. While you don’t have to drastically change your diet based on these facts, adding in a few new foods and being mindful of what you put into your body could help your skin. Here are 4 examples of foods that are good for your skin.
- Walnuts. Many types of nuts are good for the skin (and healthy, too!), but walnuts specifically can work wonders. They contain omega-3 essential fatty acids, which can improve skin’s elasticity. As an added bonus, using skincare products that have ground walnuts can act as an exfoliant, helping to remove dead skin cells and improve the texture of your skin.
- Salmon. Salmon contains fatty acids that are great for the skin. Examples of fatty acids are omega 3 and omega 6, which help not only your health, but your skin as well.
- Green tea. Green tea is full of antioxidants, which are great for your skin. Green tea is also known to help reduce redness and inflammation due to its calming ingredients. Studies have shown that drinking green tea daily may have to prevent skin cancer.
- Avocado. Guacamole’s main ingredient is known to be a great source of vitamin E, which can boost your skin’s vitality and add a luminous shine. Vitamin C, which can be used to reduce skin inflammation, is also a main ingredient that is great for the skin.