May 13, 2021

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The 18 Best Anti-Aging Products for 30s, According to Derms

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The most important thing I learned while researching this story is what Rogers told me. “You are running a marathon. There is no easy way out or quick fix,” she said. “You have to put in the work, meaning creating healthy habits for your body and skin. Invest in quality, proven products, and build a relationship with a dermatologist that you trust to educate you about your options so you can make the right decision for you about skincare and procedures.”

A lot of us are conditioned to believe that the more money we spend, the better the results, or the more steps we have in our routine, the better the results. Rogers says neither is true. “You should not spend over $100 on any product that does not have scientific data to support its claims,” she explains. “Instead, if you want to target anti-aging, I recommend putting the money toward a laser treatment or a bit of preventive Botox. Equally important to remember, our skin does a remarkable job of taking care of itself, and the more products and steps you give it to deal with, the more frustrated it may become. This can present as irritation and inflammation that speed the signs of aging.”

And it’s important to note that your skin changes over time, so some products that worked for you in the past, might not be useful anymore. “Be open to adjusting your regimen to ensure that the products address the changing needs of the skin,” Hartman says. “Consider adding procedures like neurotoxin intense pulsed light and micro-needling that prevent lines, wrinkles, and pigment while stimulating collagen production to keep skin firm and elastic. Select products that complement the procedures that you choose in order to maximize their effects and prolong their results.”© All rights reserved. | Newsphere by AF themes.