When do you need to start using anti-aging products?

Let's take a look at the signs of aging first:

  • Loss of skin firmness
  • Reduced skin elasticity
  • Increased skin dryness
  • Pigmentation disorders such as age spots and uneven pigmentation
  • Loss of radiance and an increase in dullness
  • Formation of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Increased redness due to blood vessel dilation
  • ...and the list continues

So can we use anti-aging products to erase those signs?

Well, the answer is not really. :(

 

Anti-aging products are actually used to prevent and intervene in the aging process, delaying the skin from showing signs of aging. They often "stimulate what is good, such as collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid production in the dermal layer coupled with strong structural proteins and a strengthened natural lipid barrier function. "

 

INSIDER magazine also mentioned:

The logic behind this 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. It doesn't matter whether or not "age spots" have begun to form — taking preventative steps by using anti-aging products at a younger age can help in the long run.

 

Since our primer and foundation products often sit on our skin for a long time, it is essential to consider the 'skincare level formula' incorporated in our base makeup. Therefore, we have included brightening and anti-aging ingredients in our product formula in our base makeup line to have skincare treatments even when you have your makeup on!