What is my Dermatologist Recommended Skin Routine?

What is your age?

What is your skin type?

How many times do you apply sunscreen in a day?

Do you remove your makeup at night?

What are your major skin concerns?

Have you had any skin treatments in the past?

Find Out What Our Expert Dermatologist Has To Say About Your Skin Care Routine.


Cleanser
You should wash your face atleast twice a day. For oily skin, cleansers with Salicylic Acid or Benzoyl Peroxide are best.

Moisturizer

You should use a Moisturizer with a broad-spectrum (UVA/UVB) protection and SPF 30 right after cleansing your face. To make sure you don’t forget to use it, keep the bottle near your cleanser. Apply the moisturizer all over your face, neck, the top of your ears and any sun exposed area for maximum impact.

Night time Treatment

You should have a nighttime lotion or cream as part of your skincare routine. Peptides (strings of amino acids) prevent fine lines and wrinkles in your later ages, so a peptide serum with hydrating ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid is the best choice. For acne or sunspots (hyper-pigmentation), a prescription Retinoid lotion or cream is recommended.

Scrub

Gentle scrubbing of your face twice a week is also recommended and will make your skin look healthier with a glow.

Skin Treatment Recommendations in your 20’s:

Treatments like Microdermabrasion are really good for you at this age, because they take away dead cells and give smoother, neater and brighter looking skin. Especially now, that it’s summer, you have your pores open and a lot of oil coming out, which gives you blackheads, acne etc, so getting a treatment like Microdermabrasion helps a lot with those skin problems.

On the other hand, you can also try Hydra Facial or high-frequency therapies for acne-prone skin. These are very beneficial, as they prevent acne and help pimples from settling in within 24 hours. So, if you have very active pimples or acne, along with redness, it is recommended that you get it checked and treated with high-frequency therapies.

Skincare Product Recommendations for your 20’s:

Overnight Peel by Dermae, Sebium Global by BioDerma, and duac gel for acne.


Cleanser
You should wash your face atleast once a day. Furthermore, if your skin feels squeaky after cleansing, that means that you you are stripping off necessary natural oils. As a result, it will feel dry, tight, and itchy. A non-soap face wash is recommended in this situation. For dry skin, a creamy cleanser is a good option.

Moisturizer

You should use a Moisturizer with a broad-spectrum (UVA/UVB) protection and SPF 30 right after cleansing your face. To make sure you don’t forget to use it, keep the bottle near your cleanser. Apply the moisturizer all over your face, neck, the top of your ears and any sun exposed area for maximum impact.

Night time Treatment

You should have a nighttime lotion or cream as part of your skincare routine. Peptides (strings of amino acids) prevent fine lines and wrinkles in your later ages, so a peptide serum with hydrating ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid is the best choice. For acne or sunspots (hyper-pigmentation), a prescription Retinoid lotion or cream is recommended.

Scrub

Gentle scrubbing of your face twice a week is also recommended and will make your skin look healthier with a glow.

Skin Treatment Recommendations in your 20’s:

Treatments like Microdermabrasion are very good, because they take away dead cells and give smoother, neater and brighter looking skin.

On the other hand, you can also try Hydra Facial.

Skincare Product Recommendations for your 20’s:

Overnight Peel by Dermae and Sebium Global by BioDerma.


Cleanser
You should wash your face atleast once a day. Furthermore, if your skin feels squeaky after cleansing, that means that you you are stripping off necessary natural oils. As a result, it will feel dry, tight, and itchy. A non-soap face wash is recommended in this situation. To control oil cleansers with Salicylic Acid or Benzoyl Peroxide are best. Using a creamy cleanser is a good option.

Moisturizer

You should use a Moisturizer with a broad-spectrum (UVA/UVB) protection and SPF 30 right after cleansing your face. To make sure you don’t forget to use it, keep the bottle near your cleanser. Apply the moisturizer all over your face, neck, the top of your ears and any sun exposed area for maximum impact.

Night time Treatment

You should have a nighttime lotion or cream as part of your skincare routine. Peptides (strings of amino acids) prevent fine lines and wrinkles in your later ages, so a peptide serum with hydrating ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid is the best choice. For acne or sunspots (hyper-pigmentation), a prescription Retinoid lotion or cream is recommended.

Scrub

Gentle scrubbing of your face twice a week is also recommended and will make your skin look healthier with a glow.

Skin Treatment Recommendations in your 20’s:

Treatments like Microdermabrasion are very good for combination skin, because they take away dead cells and give smoother, neater and brighter looking skin. Especially now, that it’s summer, you may have your pores open and a lot of oil coming out, which gives you blackheads, acne etc, so getting a treatment like Microdermabrasion helps a lot with those skin problems.

On the other hand, you can also try Hydra Facial or high-frequency therapies for acne-prone skin. These are very beneficial, as they prevent acne and help pimples from settling in within 24 hours. So, if you have very active pimples or acne, along with redness, it is recommended that you get it checked and treated with high-frequency therapies.

Skincare Product Recommendations for your 20’s:

Overnight Peel by Dermae, Sebium Global by BioDerma, and duac gel for acne.


Cleanser
You should wash your face atleast once a day. Use a creamy cleanser and follow CTM routine religiously. To know more about the CTM Routine, follow the link below:

Moisturizer

You should use a Moisturizer with a broad-spectrum (UVA/UVB) protection and SPF 30 right after cleansing your face. To make sure you don’t forget to use it, keep the bottle near your cleanser. Apply the moisturizer all over your face, neck, the top of your ears and any sun exposed area for maximum impact.

Night time Treatment

You should have a nighttime lotion or cream as part of your skincare routine. Peptides (strings of amino acids) prevent fine lines and wrinkles in your later ages, so a peptide serum with hydrating ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid is the best choice.

Scrub

Gentle scrubbing of your face twice a week is also recommended and will make your skin look healthier with a glow.

Skin Treatment Recommendations in your 20’s:

Treatments like Microdermabrasion will work wonders as they take away dead cells and give smoother, neater and brighter looking skin.

On the other hand, you can also try Hydra Facial or high-frequency therapies

Skincare Product Recommendations for your 20’s:

Sebium Global by BioDerma.


Cleanser

At 30, it is necessary to continue to protect your skin’s natural barrier. Use a gentle oil-free face wash in the morning and evening.

Serum and Moisturizer

Remember to keep your skin well-moisturized even if you have oily skin by using a oil-free moisturizer with the broad-spectrum SPF 30. A moisturizer with 15 to 20 percent L-ascorbic acid is recommended. Your skin is prone to hyper pigmentation at 30, so applying a layer of vitamin C serum under the moisturizer is good for extra protection from aggressors like pollution and UVA/UVB rays which cause hyper-pigmentation.

Nighttime Treatment Repairing the thin skin around the eye area is the main goal in this age period. An under eye cream with Niacinamide (anti-redness), caffeine (anti-inflammatory), or Retinol (collagen building) would help to treat skin around the eyes from aging problems. Furthermore, to prevent wrinkles on rest of the face, a prescription Retinoid or a Retinol night cream is best to use.

Scrub

Use a mild scrub or a cleansing brush several times a week to get the dead skin cells off.

Sunscreen

It is advised that you religiously apply generous amount of oil-free sunscreen at least 20 to 30 minutes before going out. Moreover, approximately after every 2 hours a reapplication of sunblock is necessary as it wears off over time. A gel or cream sunblock is recommended with a 30 – 50 SPF.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

For women and men who in their thirties, and continue to have acne, a procedure like meso botox, microdermabrasion, chemical peel and cleansing procedures would be a good fit. In the 30’s, Dr. Zarqa specifically recommends going for a procedure like Chemical Peel because in the 30’s, skin becomes a little less oily, and starts to become patchy and less supple, and discoloration follows. So, a chemical peel, a single one, or 3 done in a row, 10 days apart, would improve the texture of your skin. A chemical peel also makes the skin active, so all parts of your face start to develop a single color, it gives the skin some tightening and improves open pores and takes away any mild pigmentation.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Evenly radiant brightening serum by Dermae, Pore Refiner by BioDerma and repaver regenerating ampoules.
Cleanser

At 30, it is necessary to continue to protect your skin’s natural barrier. Use a gentle face wash in the morning and evening. Cleanser with Hydroxy Acids should be used to make dull skin more luminous by increasing cell renewal.

Serum and Moisturizer

At 30, remember to keep your skin well-moisturized by using a moisturizer with the broad-spectrum SPF 30. A moisturizer with 15 to 20 percent L-ascorbic acid is recommended. Your skin is prone to hyper-pigmentation at 30, so applying a layer of vitamin C serum under the moisturizer is good for extra protection from aggressors like pollution and UVA/UVB rays which cause hyper-pigmentation.

A good way to moisturize and add back your natural glow is by using facial oils, rose-hip oil or jojoba oil. They have light-reflective qualities, which help in making the skin plump and diminish fine lines temporarily.

Nighttime Treatment Repairing the thin skin around the eye area is the main goal in this age period. An under eye cream with Niacinamide (anti-redness), caffeine (anti-inflammatory), or Retinol (collagen building) would help to treat skin around the eyes from aging problems. Furthermore, to prevent wrinkles on rest of the face, a prescription Retinoid or a Retinol night cream is best to use.

Scrub

Use a mild scrub or a cleansing brush several times a week to get the dead skin cells off.

Sunscreen

It is advised that you religiously apply generous amount of sunscreen at least 20 to 30 minutes before going out. Moreover, approximately after every 2 hours a reapplication of sunblock is necessary as it wears off over time. A gel or cream sunblock is recommended with a 30 – 50 SPF.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

If you continue to have acne, a procedure like meso botox, microdermabrasion, chemical peel and cleansing procedures would be a good fit. In the 30’s, Dr. Zarqa specifically recommends going for a procedure like Chemical Peel because in the 30’s, skin becomes a little less oily, and starts to become patchy and less supple, and discoloration follows. So, a chemical peel, a single one, or 3 done in a row, 10 days apart, would improve the texture of your skin. A chemical peel also makes the skin active, so all parts of your face start to develop a single color, it gives the skin some tightening and improves open pores and takes away any mild pigmentation.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Evenly radiant brightening serum by Dermae, Pore Refiner by BioDerma and repaver regenerating ampoules.
Cleanser

At 30, it is necessary to continue to protect your skin’s natural barrier. Use a gentle face wash in the morning and evening. Cleanser with Hydroxy Acids should be used to make dull skin more luminous by increasing cell renewal.

Serum and Moisturizer

At 30, remember to keep your skin well-moisturized by using a moisturizer with the broad-spectrum SPF 30. A moisturizer with 15 to 20 percent L-ascorbic acid is recommended. Your skin is prone to hyper-pigmentation at 30, so applying a layer of vitamin C serum under the moisturizer is good for extra protection from aggressors like pollution and UVA/UVB rays which cause hyper-pigmentation.

A good way to moisturize and add back your natural glow is by using facial oils, rose-hip oil or jojoba oil. They have light-reflective qualities, which help in making the skin plump and diminish fine lines temporarily.

Nighttime Treatment Repairing the thin skin around the eye area is the main goal in this age period. An under eye cream with Niacinamide (anti-redness), caffeine (anti-inflammatory), or Retinol (collagen building) would help to treat skin around the eyes from aging problems. Furthermore, to prevent wrinkles on rest of the face, a prescription Retinoid or a Retinol night cream is best to use.

Scrub

Use a mild scrub or a cleansing brush several times a week to get the dead skin cells off.

Sunscreen

It is advised that you religiously apply generous amount of sunscreen at least 20 to 30 minutes before going out. Moreover, approximately after every 2 hours a reapplication of sunblock is necessary as it wears off over time. A gel or cream sunblock is recommended with a 30 – 50 SPF.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

Procedure like meso botox, microdermabrasion, chemical peel and cleansing procedures would be a good fit in 30’s. Dr. Zarqa specifically recommends going for a procedure like Chemical Peel because in the 30’s, skin becomes a little less oily, and starts to become patchy and less supple, and discoloration follows. So, a chemical peel, a single one, or 3 done in a row, 10 days apart, would improve the texture of your skin. A chemical peel also makes the skin active, so all parts of your face start to develop a single color, it gives the skin some tightening and improves open pores and takes away any mild pigmentation.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Evenly radiant brightening serum by Dermae, Pore Refiner by BioDerma and repaver regenerating ampoules.
Cleanser

At 30, it is necessary to continue to protect your skin’s natural barrier. Use a gentle face wash in the morning and evening. Cleanser with Hydroxy Acids should be used to make dull skin more luminous by increasing cell renewal.

Serum and Moisturizer

Remember to keep your skin well-moisturized by using a moisturizer with the broad-spectrum SPF 30. A moisturizer with 15 to 20 percent L-ascorbic acid is recommended. Your skin is prone to hyper-pigmentation at 30, so applying a layer of vitamin C serum under the moisturizer is good for extra protection from aggressors like pollution and UVA/UVB rays which cause hyper-pigmentation.

A good way to moisturize and add back your natural glow is by using facial oils, rose-hip oil or jojoba oil. They have light-reflective qualities, which help in making the skin plump and diminish fine lines temporarily.

Nighttime Treatment Repairing the thin skin around the eye area is the main goal in this age period. An under eye cream with Niacinamide (anti-redness), caffeine (anti-inflammatory), or Retinol (collagen building) would help to treat skin around the eyes from aging problems. Furthermore, to prevent wrinkles on rest of the face, a prescription Retinoid or a Retinol night cream is best to use.

Scrub

Use a mild scrub or a cleansing brush several times a week to get the dead skin cells off.

Sunscreen

It is advised that you religiously apply generous amount of sunscreen at least 20 to 30 minutes before going out. Moreover, approximately after every 2 hours a reapplication of sunblock is necessary as it wears off over time. A gel or cream sunblock is recommended with a 30 – 50 SPF.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

A procedure like meso botox, microdermabrasion, chemical peel and cleansing procedures would be a good fit. In the 30’s, Dr. Zarqa specifically recommends going for a procedure like Chemical Peel because in the 30’s, skin becomes a little less oily, and starts to become patchy and less supple, and discoloration follows. So, a chemical peel, a single one, or 3 done in a row, 10 days apart, would improve the texture of your skin. A chemical peel also makes the skin active, so all parts of your face start to develop a single color, it gives the skin some tightening and improves open pores and takes away any mild pigmentation.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Evenly radiant brightening serum by Dermae, Pore Refiner by BioDerma and Repaver regenerating ampoules.


Cleanser

Use a oil-free cleanser in the morning, as well as before sleeping at night. As long as it’s gentle, any cleanser is fine. You can also try a face wash with Salicylic acid.

Serum and Moisturizer

A serum rich in antioxidants, like vitamin C or E, are best to repair and protect the skin. To stimulate collagen production look for products which have epidermal growth factors. In addition, a layer of broad-spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 moisturizer is necessary to protect the skin from sun damage.

Night time Treatment

It’s worth it to spend more on your bedtime regimen. A prescription Retinoid is like to make a deposit during your 40’s with regular use. Retinoid is best to boost and reserve collagen and elastin, thus preventing future sagging. Also, it reduces acne, which is a plus for if you have acne-prone skin.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

The women in their forties will have more chances of saggy skin. So, for this phase, any tightening procedure is recommended. The 40 is just the right time when you must go for a tightening procedure in which radio-frequency is used. Then there is an ultrasound and there is infrared, but really radio-frequency is the best out of the lot. And, any procedure that involves radio frequency if it is done on regular basis will lift the skin of the face and improve the quality of the skin.

One of the latest recommended procedure is Mesobotox, in which the expert dermatologist take a very minute amount of Botox and dilute it with lots of salines and then they put it around the face, which gives a beautiful glow that can be seen in the next 24 hours.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Anti-wrinkle cleanser by Dermae, repaver regenerating cream, and DMAE lifting cream by Dermae.


Cleanser

Use a milky or creamy cleanser in the morning, as well as before sleeping at night. As long as it’s gentle, any cleanser is fine, although if you get plagued by occasional pimples, try a face wash with Salicylic acid.

Serum and Moisturizer

A serum rich in antioxidants, like vitamin C or E, are best to repair and protect the skin. To stimulate collagen production look for products which have epidermal growth factors. In addition, a layer of broad-spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 moisturizer is necessary to protect the skin from sun damage.

Night time Treatment

It’s worth it to spend more on your bedtime regimen. A prescription Retinoid is like to make a deposit during your 40’s with regular use. Retinoid is best to boost and reserve collagen and elastin, thus preventing future sagging. Also, it reduces acne, which is a plus for women still suffering from breakouts.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

A procedure like meso botox, microdermabrasion, chemical peel and cleansing procedures would be a good fit. In the 30’s, You can go for a procedure like Chemical Peel because in the 30’s, skin becomes a little less oily, and starts to become patchy and less supple, and discoloration follows.

A chemical peel, a single one, or 3 done in a row, 10 days apart, would improve the texture of your skin. A chemical peel also makes the skin active, so all parts of your face start to develop a single color, it gives the skin some tightening and improves open pores and takes away any mild pigmentation.

The women in their forties will have more chances of saggy skin. So, for this phase, any tightening procedure is recommended. The 40 is just the right time when you must go for a tightening procedure in which radio-frequency is used. Then there is an ultrasound and there is infrared, but to be honest radio-frequency is the best out of the lot. And, any procedure that involves radio frequency if it is done on regular basis will lift the skin of the face and improve the quality of the skin.

People in their 40’s, whose skin is not doing so well, and has been through a lot of sun exposure, can go for this Mesobotox treatment, coupled with fillers around the mouth for the nasolabial folds, as well as around chin where you have mini tear lines.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Anti-wrinkle cleanser by Dermae, repaver regenerating cream, and DMAE lifting cream by Dermae.


Cleanser

Use a milky or creamy cleanser in the morning, as well as before sleeping at night. As long as it’s gentle, any cleanser is fine, although if you’re plagued by occasional pimples, try a face wash with Salicylic acid.

Serum and Moisturizer

A serum rich in antioxidants, like vitamin C or E, are best to repair and protect the skin. To stimulate collagen production look for products which have epidermal growth factors. In addition, a layer of broad-spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 moisturizer is necessary to protect the skin from sun damage.

Night time Treatment

It’s worth it to spend more on your bedtime regimen. A prescription Retinoid is like to make a deposit during your 40’s with regular use. Retinoid is best to boost and reserve collagen and elastin, thus preventing future sagging.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

Women in their forties will have more chances of saggy skin. So, for this phase, any tightening procedure is recommended. The 40 is just the right time when you must go for a tightening procedure in which radio-frequency is used. Then there is an ultrasound and there is infrared, but really radio-frequency is the best out of the lot. And, any procedure that involves radio frequency if it is done on regular basis will lift the skin of the face and improve the quality of the skin.

You can also go for Mesobotox treatment, coupled with fillers around the mouth for the nasolabial folds, as well as around chin where you have mini tear lines.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Anti-wrinkle cleanser by Dermae, repaver regenerating cream, and DMAE lifting cream by Dermae.


Cleanser

Use a milky or creamy cleanser in the morning, as well as before sleeping at night. As long as it’s gentle, any cleanser is fine, although if you’re plagued by occasional pimples, try a face wash with Salicylic acid.

Serum and Moisturizer

A serum rich in antioxidants, like vitamin C or E, are best to repair and protect the skin. To stimulate collagen production look for products which have epidermal growth factors. In addition, a layer of broad-spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 moisturizer is necessary to protect the skin from sun damage.

Night time Treatment

It’s worth it to spend more on your bedtime regimen. A prescription Retinoid is like to make a deposit during your 40’s with regular use. Retinoid is best to boost and reserve collagen and elastin, thus preventing future sagging. Also, it reduces acne, which is a plus for women still suffering from breakouts.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

The women in their forties will have more chances of saggy skin. So, for this phase, any tightening procedure is recommended. The 40 is just the right time when you must go for a tightening procedure in which radio-frequency is used. Then there is an ultrasound and there is infrared, but really radio-frequency is the best out of the lot. And, any procedure that involves radio frequency if it is done on regular basis will lift the skin of the face and improve the quality of the skin.

You can also go for this Mesobotox treatment, coupled with fillers around the mouth for the nasolabial folds, as well as around chin where you have mini tear lines.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Anti-wrinkle cleanser by Dermae, repaver regenerating cream, and DMAE lifting cream by Dermae.

Cleanser

It is compulsory to protect your skin, because you get drier skin as you age, and your skin is most susceptible to damage. Cleanse daily with a creamy moisturizing cleanser.

Serum and Moisturizer

Start with a serum having antioxidants such as vitamin C or E, Resveratrol, or green tea. Above that, layer it with a moisturizer and a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of more than 30. Hyperpigmentation can be reduced with creams having hydroquinone, Phyto phenol, or kojic acid.

Nighttime Treatment

The simple rule for this age group is moisturize and repair. Night creams enriched with peptides, and a hydrating prescription retinoid, or retinol cream are the best choice. One of the most recommended tips is to mix retinol with a moisturizer or a night cream, and use it only three times a week to avoid dryness.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

In 50’s, you can get Thread Lift or Botox. A Thread Lift is a procedure in which threads are used to literally, like a woman uses a thread in a needle, to pull. This treatment is done within 15 minutes and is relatively painless.

Skincare Product Recommendations:

Real barrier cream by Atopalm, hydrating night cream by Dermae, and hydrating serum by Dermae are recommended for this age group.


Cleanser

It is compulsory to protect your skin, because you get drier skin as you age, and your skin is most susceptible to damage. Cleanse daily with a creamy moisturizing cleanser will do wonders.

Serum and Moisturizer

Start with a serum having antioxidants such as vitamin C or E, Resveratrol, or green tea. Above that, layer it with a moisturizer and a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of more than 30. Hyperpigmentation can be reduced with creams having hydroquinone, Phyto phenol, or kojic acid.

Nighttime Treatment

The simple rule for this age group is moisturize and repair. Night creams enriched with peptides, and a hydrating prescription retinoid, or retinol cream are the best choice. One of the most recommended tips is to mix retinol with a moisturizer or a night cream, and use it only three times a week to avoid dryness.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

In 50’s, you can get Thread Lift or Botox. A Thread Lift is a procedure in which threads are used to literally, like a woman uses a thread in a needle, to pull. This treatment is done within 15 minutes and is relatively painless.

Skincare Product Recommendations:

Real barrier cream by Atopalm, hydrating night cream by Dermae, and hydrating serum by Dermae are recommended for this age group.


Cleanser

It is compulsory to protect your skin, because you get drier skin as you age, and your skin is most susceptible to damage. Cleanse daily with a creamy moisturizing cleanser, especially if you have sensitive skin.

Serum and Moisturizer

Start with a serum having antioxidants such as vitamin C or E, Resveratrol, or green tea. Above that, layer it with a moisturizer and a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of more than 30. Hyperpigmentation can be reduced with creams having hydroquinone, Phyto phenol, or kojic acid.

Nighttime Treatment

The simple rule for this age group is moisturize and repair. Night creams enriched with peptides, and a hydrating prescription retinoid, or retinol cream are the best choice. One of the most recommended tips is to mix retinol with a moisturizer or a night cream, and use it only three times a week to avoid dryness.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

In 50’s, you can get Thread Lift or Botox. A Thread Lift is a procedure in which threads are used to literally, like a woman uses a thread in a needle, to pull. This treatment is done within 15 minutes and is relatively painless.

Skincare Product Recommendations:

Real barrier cream by Atopalm, hydrating night cream by Dermae, and hydrating serum by Dermae are recommended for this age group.


Cleanser

It is compulsory to protect your skin, because you get drier skin as you age, and your skin is most susceptible to damage. Cleanse daily with a creamy moisturizing cleanser, especially if you have sensitive skin.

Serum and Moisturizer

Start with a serum having antioxidants such as vitamin C or E, Resveratrol, or green tea. Above that, layer it with a moisturizer and a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of more than 30. Hyperpigmentation can be reduced with creams having hydroquinone, Phyto phenol, or kojic acid.

Nighttime Treatment

The simple rule for this age group is moisturize and repair. Night creams enriched with peptides, and a hydrating prescription retinoid, or retinol cream are the best choice. One of the most recommended tips is to mix retinol with a moisturizer or a night cream, and use it only three times a week to avoid dryness.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

In 50’s, you can get Thread Lift or Botox. A Thread Lift is a procedure in which threads are used to literally, like a woman uses a thread in a needle, to pull. This treatment is done within 15 minutes and is relatively painless.

Skincare Product Recommendations:

Real barrier cream by Atopalm, hydrating night cream by Dermae, and hydrating serum by Dermae are recommended for this age group.

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What is your age?

What is your skin type?

How many times do you apply sunscreen in a day?

Do you remove your makeup at night?

What are your major skin concerns?

Have you had any skin treatments in the past?

Find Out What Our Expert Dermatologist Has To Say About Your Skin Care Routine.


Cleanser
You should wash your face atleast twice a day. For oily skin, cleansers with Salicylic Acid or Benzoyl Peroxide are best.

Moisturizer

You should use a Moisturizer with a broad-spectrum (UVA/UVB) protection and SPF 30 right after cleansing your face. To make sure you don’t forget to use it, keep the bottle near your cleanser. Apply the moisturizer all over your face, neck, the top of your ears and any sun exposed area for maximum impact.

Night time Treatment

You should have a nighttime lotion or cream as part of your skincare routine. Peptides (strings of amino acids) prevent fine lines and wrinkles in your later ages, so a peptide serum with hydrating ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid is the best choice. For acne or sunspots (hyper-pigmentation), a prescription Retinoid lotion or cream is recommended.

Scrub

Gentle scrubbing of your face twice a week is also recommended and will make your skin look healthier with a glow.

Skin Treatment Recommendations in your 20’s:

Treatments like Microdermabrasion are really good for you at this age, because they take away dead cells and give smoother, neater and brighter looking skin. Especially now, that it’s summer, you have your pores open and a lot of oil coming out, which gives you blackheads, acne etc, so getting a treatment like Microdermabrasion helps a lot with those skin problems.

On the other hand, you can also try Hydra Facial or high-frequency therapies for acne-prone skin. These are very beneficial, as they prevent acne and help pimples from settling in within 24 hours. So, if you have very active pimples or acne, along with redness, it is recommended that you get it checked and treated with high-frequency therapies.

Skincare Product Recommendations for your 20’s:

Overnight Peel by Dermae, Sebium Global by BioDerma, and duac gel for acne.


Cleanser
You should wash your face atleast once a day. Furthermore, if your skin feels squeaky after cleansing, that means that you you are stripping off necessary natural oils. As a result, it will feel dry, tight, and itchy. A non-soap face wash is recommended in this situation. For dry skin, a creamy cleanser is a good option.

Moisturizer

You should use a Moisturizer with a broad-spectrum (UVA/UVB) protection and SPF 30 right after cleansing your face. To make sure you don’t forget to use it, keep the bottle near your cleanser. Apply the moisturizer all over your face, neck, the top of your ears and any sun exposed area for maximum impact.

Night time Treatment

You should have a nighttime lotion or cream as part of your skincare routine. Peptides (strings of amino acids) prevent fine lines and wrinkles in your later ages, so a peptide serum with hydrating ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid is the best choice. For acne or sunspots (hyper-pigmentation), a prescription Retinoid lotion or cream is recommended.

Scrub

Gentle scrubbing of your face twice a week is also recommended and will make your skin look healthier with a glow.

Skin Treatment Recommendations in your 20’s:

Treatments like Microdermabrasion are very good, because they take away dead cells and give smoother, neater and brighter looking skin.

On the other hand, you can also try Hydra Facial.

Skincare Product Recommendations for your 20’s:

Overnight Peel by Dermae and Sebium Global by BioDerma.


Cleanser
You should wash your face atleast once a day. Furthermore, if your skin feels squeaky after cleansing, that means that you you are stripping off necessary natural oils. As a result, it will feel dry, tight, and itchy. A non-soap face wash is recommended in this situation. To control oil cleansers with Salicylic Acid or Benzoyl Peroxide are best. Using a creamy cleanser is a good option.

Moisturizer

You should use a Moisturizer with a broad-spectrum (UVA/UVB) protection and SPF 30 right after cleansing your face. To make sure you don’t forget to use it, keep the bottle near your cleanser. Apply the moisturizer all over your face, neck, the top of your ears and any sun exposed area for maximum impact.

Night time Treatment

You should have a nighttime lotion or cream as part of your skincare routine. Peptides (strings of amino acids) prevent fine lines and wrinkles in your later ages, so a peptide serum with hydrating ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid is the best choice. For acne or sunspots (hyper-pigmentation), a prescription Retinoid lotion or cream is recommended.

Scrub

Gentle scrubbing of your face twice a week is also recommended and will make your skin look healthier with a glow.

Skin Treatment Recommendations in your 20’s:

Treatments like Microdermabrasion are very good for combination skin, because they take away dead cells and give smoother, neater and brighter looking skin. Especially now, that it’s summer, you may have your pores open and a lot of oil coming out, which gives you blackheads, acne etc, so getting a treatment like Microdermabrasion helps a lot with those skin problems.

On the other hand, you can also try Hydra Facial or high-frequency therapies for acne-prone skin. These are very beneficial, as they prevent acne and help pimples from settling in within 24 hours. So, if you have very active pimples or acne, along with redness, it is recommended that you get it checked and treated with high-frequency therapies.

Skincare Product Recommendations for your 20’s:

Overnight Peel by Dermae, Sebium Global by BioDerma, and duac gel for acne.


Cleanser
You should wash your face atleast once a day. Use a creamy cleanser and follow CTM routine religiously. To know more about the CTM Routine, follow the link below:

Moisturizer

You should use a Moisturizer with a broad-spectrum (UVA/UVB) protection and SPF 30 right after cleansing your face. To make sure you don’t forget to use it, keep the bottle near your cleanser. Apply the moisturizer all over your face, neck, the top of your ears and any sun exposed area for maximum impact.

Night time Treatment

You should have a nighttime lotion or cream as part of your skincare routine. Peptides (strings of amino acids) prevent fine lines and wrinkles in your later ages, so a peptide serum with hydrating ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid is the best choice.

Scrub

Gentle scrubbing of your face twice a week is also recommended and will make your skin look healthier with a glow.

Skin Treatment Recommendations in your 20’s:

Treatments like Microdermabrasion will work wonders as they take away dead cells and give smoother, neater and brighter looking skin.

On the other hand, you can also try Hydra Facial or high-frequency therapies

Skincare Product Recommendations for your 20’s:

Sebium Global by BioDerma.


Cleanser

At 30, it is necessary to continue to protect your skin’s natural barrier. Use a gentle oil-free face wash in the morning and evening.

Serum and Moisturizer

Remember to keep your skin well-moisturized even if you have oily skin by using a oil-free moisturizer with the broad-spectrum SPF 30. A moisturizer with 15 to 20 percent L-ascorbic acid is recommended. Your skin is prone to hyper pigmentation at 30, so applying a layer of vitamin C serum under the moisturizer is good for extra protection from aggressors like pollution and UVA/UVB rays which cause hyper-pigmentation.

Nighttime Treatment Repairing the thin skin around the eye area is the main goal in this age period. An under eye cream with Niacinamide (anti-redness), caffeine (anti-inflammatory), or Retinol (collagen building) would help to treat skin around the eyes from aging problems. Furthermore, to prevent wrinkles on rest of the face, a prescription Retinoid or a Retinol night cream is best to use.

Scrub

Use a mild scrub or a cleansing brush several times a week to get the dead skin cells off.

Sunscreen

It is advised that you religiously apply generous amount of oil-free sunscreen at least 20 to 30 minutes before going out. Moreover, approximately after every 2 hours a reapplication of sunblock is necessary as it wears off over time. A gel or cream sunblock is recommended with a 30 – 50 SPF.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

For women and men who in their thirties, and continue to have acne, a procedure like meso botox, microdermabrasion, chemical peel and cleansing procedures would be a good fit. In the 30’s, Dr. Zarqa specifically recommends going for a procedure like Chemical Peel because in the 30’s, skin becomes a little less oily, and starts to become patchy and less supple, and discoloration follows. So, a chemical peel, a single one, or 3 done in a row, 10 days apart, would improve the texture of your skin. A chemical peel also makes the skin active, so all parts of your face start to develop a single color, it gives the skin some tightening and improves open pores and takes away any mild pigmentation.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Evenly radiant brightening serum by Dermae, Pore Refiner by BioDerma and repaver regenerating ampoules.
Cleanser

At 30, it is necessary to continue to protect your skin’s natural barrier. Use a gentle face wash in the morning and evening. Cleanser with Hydroxy Acids should be used to make dull skin more luminous by increasing cell renewal.

Serum and Moisturizer

At 30, remember to keep your skin well-moisturized by using a moisturizer with the broad-spectrum SPF 30. A moisturizer with 15 to 20 percent L-ascorbic acid is recommended. Your skin is prone to hyper-pigmentation at 30, so applying a layer of vitamin C serum under the moisturizer is good for extra protection from aggressors like pollution and UVA/UVB rays which cause hyper-pigmentation.

A good way to moisturize and add back your natural glow is by using facial oils, rose-hip oil or jojoba oil. They have light-reflective qualities, which help in making the skin plump and diminish fine lines temporarily.

Nighttime Treatment Repairing the thin skin around the eye area is the main goal in this age period. An under eye cream with Niacinamide (anti-redness), caffeine (anti-inflammatory), or Retinol (collagen building) would help to treat skin around the eyes from aging problems. Furthermore, to prevent wrinkles on rest of the face, a prescription Retinoid or a Retinol night cream is best to use.

Scrub

Use a mild scrub or a cleansing brush several times a week to get the dead skin cells off.

Sunscreen

It is advised that you religiously apply generous amount of sunscreen at least 20 to 30 minutes before going out. Moreover, approximately after every 2 hours a reapplication of sunblock is necessary as it wears off over time. A gel or cream sunblock is recommended with a 30 – 50 SPF.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

If you continue to have acne, a procedure like meso botox, microdermabrasion, chemical peel and cleansing procedures would be a good fit. In the 30’s, Dr. Zarqa specifically recommends going for a procedure like Chemical Peel because in the 30’s, skin becomes a little less oily, and starts to become patchy and less supple, and discoloration follows. So, a chemical peel, a single one, or 3 done in a row, 10 days apart, would improve the texture of your skin. A chemical peel also makes the skin active, so all parts of your face start to develop a single color, it gives the skin some tightening and improves open pores and takes away any mild pigmentation.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Evenly radiant brightening serum by Dermae, Pore Refiner by BioDerma and repaver regenerating ampoules.
Cleanser

At 30, it is necessary to continue to protect your skin’s natural barrier. Use a gentle face wash in the morning and evening. Cleanser with Hydroxy Acids should be used to make dull skin more luminous by increasing cell renewal.

Serum and Moisturizer

At 30, remember to keep your skin well-moisturized by using a moisturizer with the broad-spectrum SPF 30. A moisturizer with 15 to 20 percent L-ascorbic acid is recommended. Your skin is prone to hyper-pigmentation at 30, so applying a layer of vitamin C serum under the moisturizer is good for extra protection from aggressors like pollution and UVA/UVB rays which cause hyper-pigmentation.

A good way to moisturize and add back your natural glow is by using facial oils, rose-hip oil or jojoba oil. They have light-reflective qualities, which help in making the skin plump and diminish fine lines temporarily.

Nighttime Treatment Repairing the thin skin around the eye area is the main goal in this age period. An under eye cream with Niacinamide (anti-redness), caffeine (anti-inflammatory), or Retinol (collagen building) would help to treat skin around the eyes from aging problems. Furthermore, to prevent wrinkles on rest of the face, a prescription Retinoid or a Retinol night cream is best to use.

Scrub

Use a mild scrub or a cleansing brush several times a week to get the dead skin cells off.

Sunscreen

It is advised that you religiously apply generous amount of sunscreen at least 20 to 30 minutes before going out. Moreover, approximately after every 2 hours a reapplication of sunblock is necessary as it wears off over time. A gel or cream sunblock is recommended with a 30 – 50 SPF.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

Procedure like meso botox, microdermabrasion, chemical peel and cleansing procedures would be a good fit in 30’s. Dr. Zarqa specifically recommends going for a procedure like Chemical Peel because in the 30’s, skin becomes a little less oily, and starts to become patchy and less supple, and discoloration follows. So, a chemical peel, a single one, or 3 done in a row, 10 days apart, would improve the texture of your skin. A chemical peel also makes the skin active, so all parts of your face start to develop a single color, it gives the skin some tightening and improves open pores and takes away any mild pigmentation.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Evenly radiant brightening serum by Dermae, Pore Refiner by BioDerma and repaver regenerating ampoules.
Cleanser

At 30, it is necessary to continue to protect your skin’s natural barrier. Use a gentle face wash in the morning and evening. Cleanser with Hydroxy Acids should be used to make dull skin more luminous by increasing cell renewal.

Serum and Moisturizer

Remember to keep your skin well-moisturized by using a moisturizer with the broad-spectrum SPF 30. A moisturizer with 15 to 20 percent L-ascorbic acid is recommended. Your skin is prone to hyper-pigmentation at 30, so applying a layer of vitamin C serum under the moisturizer is good for extra protection from aggressors like pollution and UVA/UVB rays which cause hyper-pigmentation.

A good way to moisturize and add back your natural glow is by using facial oils, rose-hip oil or jojoba oil. They have light-reflective qualities, which help in making the skin plump and diminish fine lines temporarily.

Nighttime Treatment Repairing the thin skin around the eye area is the main goal in this age period. An under eye cream with Niacinamide (anti-redness), caffeine (anti-inflammatory), or Retinol (collagen building) would help to treat skin around the eyes from aging problems. Furthermore, to prevent wrinkles on rest of the face, a prescription Retinoid or a Retinol night cream is best to use.

Scrub

Use a mild scrub or a cleansing brush several times a week to get the dead skin cells off.

Sunscreen

It is advised that you religiously apply generous amount of sunscreen at least 20 to 30 minutes before going out. Moreover, approximately after every 2 hours a reapplication of sunblock is necessary as it wears off over time. A gel or cream sunblock is recommended with a 30 – 50 SPF.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

A procedure like meso botox, microdermabrasion, chemical peel and cleansing procedures would be a good fit. In the 30’s, Dr. Zarqa specifically recommends going for a procedure like Chemical Peel because in the 30’s, skin becomes a little less oily, and starts to become patchy and less supple, and discoloration follows. So, a chemical peel, a single one, or 3 done in a row, 10 days apart, would improve the texture of your skin. A chemical peel also makes the skin active, so all parts of your face start to develop a single color, it gives the skin some tightening and improves open pores and takes away any mild pigmentation.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Evenly radiant brightening serum by Dermae, Pore Refiner by BioDerma and Repaver regenerating ampoules.


Cleanser

Use a oil-free cleanser in the morning, as well as before sleeping at night. As long as it’s gentle, any cleanser is fine. You can also try a face wash with Salicylic acid.

Serum and Moisturizer

A serum rich in antioxidants, like vitamin C or E, are best to repair and protect the skin. To stimulate collagen production look for products which have epidermal growth factors. In addition, a layer of broad-spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 moisturizer is necessary to protect the skin from sun damage.

Night time Treatment

It’s worth it to spend more on your bedtime regimen. A prescription Retinoid is like to make a deposit during your 40’s with regular use. Retinoid is best to boost and reserve collagen and elastin, thus preventing future sagging. Also, it reduces acne, which is a plus for if you have acne-prone skin.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

The women in their forties will have more chances of saggy skin. So, for this phase, any tightening procedure is recommended. The 40 is just the right time when you must go for a tightening procedure in which radio-frequency is used. Then there is an ultrasound and there is infrared, but really radio-frequency is the best out of the lot. And, any procedure that involves radio frequency if it is done on regular basis will lift the skin of the face and improve the quality of the skin.

One of the latest recommended procedure is Mesobotox, in which the expert dermatologist take a very minute amount of Botox and dilute it with lots of salines and then they put it around the face, which gives a beautiful glow that can be seen in the next 24 hours.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Anti-wrinkle cleanser by Dermae, repaver regenerating cream, and DMAE lifting cream by Dermae.


Cleanser

Use a milky or creamy cleanser in the morning, as well as before sleeping at night. As long as it’s gentle, any cleanser is fine, although if you get plagued by occasional pimples, try a face wash with Salicylic acid.

Serum and Moisturizer

A serum rich in antioxidants, like vitamin C or E, are best to repair and protect the skin. To stimulate collagen production look for products which have epidermal growth factors. In addition, a layer of broad-spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 moisturizer is necessary to protect the skin from sun damage.

Night time Treatment

It’s worth it to spend more on your bedtime regimen. A prescription Retinoid is like to make a deposit during your 40’s with regular use. Retinoid is best to boost and reserve collagen and elastin, thus preventing future sagging. Also, it reduces acne, which is a plus for women still suffering from breakouts.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

A procedure like meso botox, microdermabrasion, chemical peel and cleansing procedures would be a good fit. In the 30’s, You can go for a procedure like Chemical Peel because in the 30’s, skin becomes a little less oily, and starts to become patchy and less supple, and discoloration follows.

A chemical peel, a single one, or 3 done in a row, 10 days apart, would improve the texture of your skin. A chemical peel also makes the skin active, so all parts of your face start to develop a single color, it gives the skin some tightening and improves open pores and takes away any mild pigmentation.

The women in their forties will have more chances of saggy skin. So, for this phase, any tightening procedure is recommended. The 40 is just the right time when you must go for a tightening procedure in which radio-frequency is used. Then there is an ultrasound and there is infrared, but to be honest radio-frequency is the best out of the lot. And, any procedure that involves radio frequency if it is done on regular basis will lift the skin of the face and improve the quality of the skin.

People in their 40’s, whose skin is not doing so well, and has been through a lot of sun exposure, can go for this Mesobotox treatment, coupled with fillers around the mouth for the nasolabial folds, as well as around chin where you have mini tear lines.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Anti-wrinkle cleanser by Dermae, repaver regenerating cream, and DMAE lifting cream by Dermae.


Cleanser

Use a milky or creamy cleanser in the morning, as well as before sleeping at night. As long as it’s gentle, any cleanser is fine, although if you’re plagued by occasional pimples, try a face wash with Salicylic acid.

Serum and Moisturizer

A serum rich in antioxidants, like vitamin C or E, are best to repair and protect the skin. To stimulate collagen production look for products which have epidermal growth factors. In addition, a layer of broad-spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 moisturizer is necessary to protect the skin from sun damage.

Night time Treatment

It’s worth it to spend more on your bedtime regimen. A prescription Retinoid is like to make a deposit during your 40’s with regular use. Retinoid is best to boost and reserve collagen and elastin, thus preventing future sagging.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

Women in their forties will have more chances of saggy skin. So, for this phase, any tightening procedure is recommended. The 40 is just the right time when you must go for a tightening procedure in which radio-frequency is used. Then there is an ultrasound and there is infrared, but really radio-frequency is the best out of the lot. And, any procedure that involves radio frequency if it is done on regular basis will lift the skin of the face and improve the quality of the skin.

You can also go for Mesobotox treatment, coupled with fillers around the mouth for the nasolabial folds, as well as around chin where you have mini tear lines.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Anti-wrinkle cleanser by Dermae, repaver regenerating cream, and DMAE lifting cream by Dermae.


Cleanser

Use a milky or creamy cleanser in the morning, as well as before sleeping at night. As long as it’s gentle, any cleanser is fine, although if you’re plagued by occasional pimples, try a face wash with Salicylic acid.

Serum and Moisturizer

A serum rich in antioxidants, like vitamin C or E, are best to repair and protect the skin. To stimulate collagen production look for products which have epidermal growth factors. In addition, a layer of broad-spectrum UVA/UVB SPF 30 moisturizer is necessary to protect the skin from sun damage.

Night time Treatment

It’s worth it to spend more on your bedtime regimen. A prescription Retinoid is like to make a deposit during your 40’s with regular use. Retinoid is best to boost and reserve collagen and elastin, thus preventing future sagging. Also, it reduces acne, which is a plus for women still suffering from breakouts.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

The women in their forties will have more chances of saggy skin. So, for this phase, any tightening procedure is recommended. The 40 is just the right time when you must go for a tightening procedure in which radio-frequency is used. Then there is an ultrasound and there is infrared, but really radio-frequency is the best out of the lot. And, any procedure that involves radio frequency if it is done on regular basis will lift the skin of the face and improve the quality of the skin.

You can also go for this Mesobotox treatment, coupled with fillers around the mouth for the nasolabial folds, as well as around chin where you have mini tear lines.

Skincare Product Recommendations for you:

Anti-wrinkle cleanser by Dermae, repaver regenerating cream, and DMAE lifting cream by Dermae.

Cleanser

It is compulsory to protect your skin, because you get drier skin as you age, and your skin is most susceptible to damage. Cleanse daily with a creamy moisturizing cleanser.

Serum and Moisturizer

Start with a serum having antioxidants such as vitamin C or E, Resveratrol, or green tea. Above that, layer it with a moisturizer and a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of more than 30. Hyperpigmentation can be reduced with creams having hydroquinone, Phyto phenol, or kojic acid.

Nighttime Treatment

The simple rule for this age group is moisturize and repair. Night creams enriched with peptides, and a hydrating prescription retinoid, or retinol cream are the best choice. One of the most recommended tips is to mix retinol with a moisturizer or a night cream, and use it only three times a week to avoid dryness.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

In 50’s, you can get Thread Lift or Botox. A Thread Lift is a procedure in which threads are used to literally, like a woman uses a thread in a needle, to pull. This treatment is done within 15 minutes and is relatively painless.

Skincare Product Recommendations:

Real barrier cream by Atopalm, hydrating night cream by Dermae, and hydrating serum by Dermae are recommended for this age group.


Cleanser

It is compulsory to protect your skin, because you get drier skin as you age, and your skin is most susceptible to damage. Cleanse daily with a creamy moisturizing cleanser will do wonders.

Serum and Moisturizer

Start with a serum having antioxidants such as vitamin C or E, Resveratrol, or green tea. Above that, layer it with a moisturizer and a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of more than 30. Hyperpigmentation can be reduced with creams having hydroquinone, Phyto phenol, or kojic acid.

Nighttime Treatment

The simple rule for this age group is moisturize and repair. Night creams enriched with peptides, and a hydrating prescription retinoid, or retinol cream are the best choice. One of the most recommended tips is to mix retinol with a moisturizer or a night cream, and use it only three times a week to avoid dryness.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

In 50’s, you can get Thread Lift or Botox. A Thread Lift is a procedure in which threads are used to literally, like a woman uses a thread in a needle, to pull. This treatment is done within 15 minutes and is relatively painless.

Skincare Product Recommendations:

Real barrier cream by Atopalm, hydrating night cream by Dermae, and hydrating serum by Dermae are recommended for this age group.


Cleanser

It is compulsory to protect your skin, because you get drier skin as you age, and your skin is most susceptible to damage. Cleanse daily with a creamy moisturizing cleanser, especially if you have sensitive skin.

Serum and Moisturizer

Start with a serum having antioxidants such as vitamin C or E, Resveratrol, or green tea. Above that, layer it with a moisturizer and a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of more than 30. Hyperpigmentation can be reduced with creams having hydroquinone, Phyto phenol, or kojic acid.

Nighttime Treatment

The simple rule for this age group is moisturize and repair. Night creams enriched with peptides, and a hydrating prescription retinoid, or retinol cream are the best choice. One of the most recommended tips is to mix retinol with a moisturizer or a night cream, and use it only three times a week to avoid dryness.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

In 50’s, you can get Thread Lift or Botox. A Thread Lift is a procedure in which threads are used to literally, like a woman uses a thread in a needle, to pull. This treatment is done within 15 minutes and is relatively painless.

Skincare Product Recommendations:

Real barrier cream by Atopalm, hydrating night cream by Dermae, and hydrating serum by Dermae are recommended for this age group.


Cleanser

It is compulsory to protect your skin, because you get drier skin as you age, and your skin is most susceptible to damage. Cleanse daily with a creamy moisturizing cleanser, especially if you have sensitive skin.

Serum and Moisturizer

Start with a serum having antioxidants such as vitamin C or E, Resveratrol, or green tea. Above that, layer it with a moisturizer and a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of more than 30. Hyperpigmentation can be reduced with creams having hydroquinone, Phyto phenol, or kojic acid.

Nighttime Treatment

The simple rule for this age group is moisturize and repair. Night creams enriched with peptides, and a hydrating prescription retinoid, or retinol cream are the best choice. One of the most recommended tips is to mix retinol with a moisturizer or a night cream, and use it only three times a week to avoid dryness.

Skin Treatment Recommendations:

In 50’s, you can get Thread Lift or Botox. A Thread Lift is a procedure in which threads are used to literally, like a woman uses a thread in a needle, to pull. This treatment is done within 15 minutes and is relatively painless.

Skincare Product Recommendations:

Real barrier cream by Atopalm, hydrating night cream by Dermae, and hydrating serum by Dermae are recommended for this age group.

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