Yes, you’d be equally surprised to hear or read about anything that says, “…skin care at the age of 20″.
In fact, LA Times published an article on 9/21/12, which clearly breaks down the details of do’s for each age group starting from 20 and all the up to 60s and beyond.
Believe it or not, by the time we read such articles about skin care, we are beyond the early age group (say, 20s or 30s). What is left behind is how we care for ourselves beyond 40s. The article mentions how gravity plays a vital role and what is natural as far as wrinkles on the face related to smile lines and cracks on the forehead. But it is sad that article boosts the laser resurfacing to diminish the lines, I wan to raise one strong opposition to that.
While I understand everyone is in the business of making money, everyone cannot afford the expensive treatments let alone determine the NEED versus WANT. We have amazing bunch of products that address specific areas of needs anywhere from wrinkles around the eyes to products that provide instant results.
Lastly, after the 40s decade, it is all about maintenance. In this segment, every ethnic group exhibits a considerable amount of stress on the skin that may require intervention along with targeted treatment.
More on this next week…