The coming summer, the warmer temperatures and the feeling of the sun on the skin is a real treat. The sun instantly changes people's moods. It's no secret that many people prefer summer to the colder months, it's all about the sun. No matter how beautiful the sun is, it can damage the skin. While the sun is the most natural source of vitamin D, which is absorbed through the skin, UV rays can cause extreme damage to skin cells.
Sunburn is considered a major cause of premature skin aging. This comes from the breakdown of collagen and elastin in cells. Recent studies have shown that nearly 80% of photodamage and aging are caused by environmental factors, including UV rays and pollution. This process, known as photoaging, can lead to premature wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and changes in skin texture. The skin may not feel these effects immediately, the process makes the skin experience them more quickly.
Due to the natural aging process, the skin becomes more susceptible to the effects of this skin aging. It experiences these effects more intensely because it doesn't handle them well. It's thinner and doesn't produce the collagen it should, and the fat that holds the structure in place. Keeping skin healthy and safe throughout the decade of life is essential to maintaining its youthful appearance. How to treat skin damage of different ages.
In the 20's
During this decade, sun damage may not manifest as it builds up in it. Skin in your 20s is healthy, but poor care can lead to more serious damage. The best way to prevent and treat further sunburn is to find a sunscreen product that works for your skin. Applying and reapplying sunscreen will get the job done.
In the 30's
For women in their 30s, sunburn can manifest as fine lines and wrinkles in subtle ways. This is because the sun thins the collagen and makes the skin thinner. Small pigment changes may occur. During these years, retinol should make its way into daily skin care routines as well as powerful night serums.
In the 40's
The 1940s were the real years when the skin started to show sagging, dullness, pigmentation changes and other skin changes. Skin care these years requires peptides, antioxidants, hyaluronic acid, and more.
In the 50's
The 50's, 60's and 70's demanded the same and the same approach to skin damage. By this time, the damage has manifested in the skin, with deeper wrinkles, darker spots, and a rougher texture. The best treatment here is to use an advanced skin care routine rich in peptides, antioxidants, and hyaluronic acid.