Amelia Grant

Do Anti-aging Treatments Work the Same for All Ages?

The physical appearance of a person is prime in the teens, just after adolescence. Once the person hits 20’s, the physical signs of aging start to set in. The exact age when these aging signs become visible varies depending on the type of skin in question. The more severe the condition becomes, the harder it is to treat. As such, starting to curb aging at the earliest time possible is the best way to maintain and have a nice looking skin.

Anti-aging practices in the 20’s:

In the majority of the people, in their 20’s the skin is still glowing and the majority might think that there is no need to use anti-aging treatments. However, the best practice is to use them selectively. You don’t need dermal fillers, surgery, and other hard anti-aging treatments; you need to use moisturizers and creams. They are important in maintaining the skin cells in their best condition and these delays the onset of extreme aging signs. Don’t forget to put on sunscreen all year round.

Anti-aging practices in the 30’s:

Once you get to your 30’s, it’s time you will start to notice some lines forming around the mouth and the nose. It’s time to add some anti-aging treatments like the use of lasers or dermal fillers on your list. It might be confusing to know what works for you in this age group as you are literally trying new things. As such, the best thing is to visit a dermatologist and discuss the challenges with him/her. Once you settle on what to use, stay consistent to reduce the anti-aging speed.

Anti-aging practices in the 40’s:

At the age of 40 and above, there are more prominent signs of aging on your skin. The treatment practices you have been following appear to have lost effectiveness. The wrinkles and lines are returning sooner than before even after having a treatment. New lines are developing at a faster rate. This is the time to get intensive in the anti-aging fight. Don’t do this alone but visit a dermatologist to give you the best advice. However, at this stage lasers and fillers should be working just fine.

Anti-aging practices in the 50’s:

In your 50’s, you are already starting to get used to aging and thus you are not very picky about how your skin appears. However, you still need to have a better look than the actual 50. The procedures and process employed at this stage won’t give you a 20’s years old look, but they improve the texture and the tone of the skin. Most of the anti-aging treatments are not giving perfect results because your body’s functionality has drastically reduced. The sebaceous glands and collagen cells no longer work effectively as before, but you should do all things possible to keep them active.

Anti-aging practices in the 60’s:

Once you hit 60’s, it’s the time to accept that aging is inevitable and learn to live with it cohesively. Focus more on maintaining the beauty and appearance of the skin irrespective of the fact that some lines and wrinkles will appear to be almost resistant to treatment. It’s the time to try some facelift operation, but you should discuss this intensively with your dermatologist. In this age group, stay close to your dermatologist as you might require the services more often than before.

How effective are anti-aging treatments to different age groups:

There are anti-aging treatments that won’t be effective as you advance in age. There are also those treatments that are not recommended at early ages. For example, doing a facelift in the 20’s is not recommended while relying on anti-aging creams and serums at 40’s will definitely not give results. Always discuss your goals and expectations with your dermatologist before embarking on anti-aging treatment.

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