Who don’t dream about it? Well, that maybe isn’t possible yet but certainly you don’t need to worry about it. The secret to staying young  is very easy, just embrace few simple daily rituals into your life before fine lines and wrinkles starting to show.

If you are just starting out on the road to healthy skin, you may feel overwhelmed when faced with so many potential products you can use in your skin care regime! However like anything in life finding the optimum routine and best set of products that work for you takes both a little experimentation and a little perseverance. But your skin will definitely thank you for it in the long run!

Every year the beauty industry is launching more and more products exclusively for men. The formulas available in today’s market are quick fixes and certainly if you ever have tried these products you will be surprised how easily you can make a big difference using only a few things and just your finger to apply in your face. Recently FIT Skincare introduced the OXY-FIT-10 to the market. It works as oxygen delivery system boosting the skin cell regeneration and also ensures a targeted delivery of nutrients proving that technology can be done naturally. For who likes practice and results, definitely must try!

Check out how our skin works over the years:

THE ROARING TWENTIES

1. The Bad News—Breakouts from Not Cleansing Properly

At this age, cleansing is critical. Never go to sleep before clean your skin. Doing so can block pores, leaving oil trapped inside. This leads to bacteria buildup and, yes, breakouts! Try a cleanser that includes witch hazel extract, a natural toner with antioxidant and anti-irritant properties.

2. Your Worst Mistake—Not Wearing SPF

Sun damage in your 20s equals wrinkles and sun spots later on in life. Skin discolouration is a major issue for many people, and the truth is discolouration comes in various forms; sunspots, dark spots, hyper-pigmentation, melasma. Sun is our skin’s worst enemy when it comes to causing signs of premature aging.

3. Do This—Opt for Oil-Free

For healthy-looking hydrated skin, it is imperative that you incorporate a moisturiser with humectants to help the skin absorb and retain moisture. It’s always good to look for hyaluronic acid as an active ingredient because it moisturises via these humectants, which basically pull water vapor from the atmosphere and into the skin. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally-occurring ingredient found in the body that is completely compatible with the skin. It helps plump skin and reduces fine lines, deep facial wrinkles and folds. Avoid heavy formulas. This is excess congestion in the oil glands.

THE FLIRTY THIRTIES

1. The Bad News—Fine Lines and Wrinkles Starting to Show

Scientific research shows that at age thirty, collagen and elastin production starts to decline in quantity and quality. Vitamin C has proven to be one of the strongest catalysts of collagen growth, especially when it’s applied topically (at night, to avoid de-activiation by sunlight). Hexapeptide 11 (amino acid) and botanical extracts stimulate production of collagen and new skin cells, also inhibit the body’s natural enzymes that break down collagen. Peptides and vitamins A, B3, B5, B6, B9, E are additional collagen building ingredients, treat uneven skin tone, blemishes and promote healing and will help ease lines and wrinkles.

2. Your Worst Mistake—Starting Too Late with Anti-Aging Products

When you enter your 30s you’re not seeing deep signs of aging—perhaps some fine lines and wrinkles, or a little hyper-pigmentation. Now is the time to start exfoliating daily a healthy rate of skin cell renewal is one of the key components of radiant and even-toned skin.

3. Do This—Treat The Eye Area With Care (and OXY-FIT-10)

Eye cream is a good product to invest in at this age. The periorbital skin around the eye area is prone to a phenomenon called solar elastosis — breakdown of collagen and elasticity. Because skin in this area is so thin, there is a paradoxal need for a specially formulated cream that is both strong yet gentle. While a energising  eye serum will keep the area looking plump and dewy, use one that also contains Hyaluronic Acid to reduce fine lines and hidrate, Acetyl Tetrapeptide 5 to reduces under eye bags and dark circles, and OXY-FIT-10 that works as fuels skin cells regeneration — this is the best way to go. This powerful combination treats the delicate skin around the eye, evens skin tone, improves dark spots and smooths lines and wrinkles. It’s amazing for brightening. It also aids in the fight against free radicals.

THE FANTASTIC FORTIES

1. The Bad News—Collagen Production is Decreasing/Collagen Breakdown is Increasing

That can mean deeper creases and enlarged pores. As your skin becomes less elastic, pores expand because the collagen fibers in the walls around them are diminishing. As we mature, naturally-occurring enzymes that erode collagen become stronger than the mechanisms in our skin that combat them. To combat this loss, choose products with boosters such as retinol, which combats these destructive enzymes. Vitamin C, a very potent antioxidant, as well as peptides act as collagen stimulators and should also be added into a daily regimen.

 2. Your Worst Mistake—Not Dealing With New Creases, Wrinkles, and Depressions

All of these worsen with age. Non-invasive lasers like Smooth Beam can help stimulate collagen production and fight wrinkles without downtime. Collagen injections, hyaluronic acid fillers, and botox are all options to fill in or deplete lines and wrinkles. For deep lines, you have the option of using fillers. In addition to these procedures, using a daily peel at home and alternating with a stronger chemical professional peel once a month, will help boost collagen production and reverse the trend of collagen breakdown.

3. Do This—Quench Skin’s Thirst

Dryness increases as you age, so now is the time to incorporate oils into your routine. Use essential oils such as almond, rose and jojoba. In addition to hydrating skin, oils can brighten your complexion, replenish skin’s surface layer and restore its natural moisture barrier to prevent water loss.

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