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Suggestion for Skin care in your 20s

Many people may think that they don't need anti-aging care yet because they are still in their 20s, or that it doesn't really matter to them. But in fact, skin turnover rate drops by 28% and collagen production decreases in your 20s, so skin aging has already started.

Joshua Ross, a popular esthetician for the skin care brand SkinLab, says that even though the term "anti-aging care" is used to describe skin care, it is necessary to take care of the skin differently in one's 30s. Joshua mentioned sun care as an essential part of anti-aging care in your 20s.

Joshua told Byrdie, "As we all know, the number one cause of aging is sunburn, so it's very important to prevent it from your 20s.

It's hard to notice the effects of UV rays when you're in your twenties because the effects don't start to show up until you're in your thirties. For this reason, it is very important to understand the effects of sunburn and UV rays from your twenties and apply sunscreen every day without fail to protect your skin from UV damage.

Audrey Kunin, a dermatologist and founder of the American skin care brand DERMAdoctor, recommended that "cosmetics containing peptides that support collagen production are perfect for early anti-aging care. A moisturizing cream that contains both peptides and vitamin C is the perfect anti-aging treatment in one.

Audrey also says that it is important to exfoliate the skin frequently with scrubs, as the turnover rate decreases in the 20s. By exfoliating, you can keep your skin fresh and clear.

If you take care of your skin in your 20s, you can stay younger in your 30s and 40s. Even if you don't feel it yet, consider it an investment for the future and start taking measures as early as possible.

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