Your skin is a canvas that weaves a tale of time and resilience. As the years pass, it undergoes profound changes—it thins, loses its youthful plumpness, and those once-smooth contours take on new dimensions. The Australian sun, with its relentless intensity, adds its unique chapter to this story, etching fine lines, diminishing tone, causing dryness, and painting age spots on the canvas of your complexion.
Let’s face the undeniable truth: the natural aging process, known as ‘intrinsic aging,’ is inevitable. With time, the youthful fullness of our complexion gives way to a more delicate and weathered beauty. Skin becomes thinner and drier, shows more sundamage in the form of pigmentation or capilaary damage, showcasing the wisdom we’ve gained over the years.
But here’s where it gets fascinating. ‘Extrinsic aging’ is a chapter we can actively influence. It encompasses the environmental and lifestyle choices that can prematurely age our skin. It’s the part of the story where we can step in and rewrite the narrative. The good news? It’s never too late to start.
Embracing ageless beauty begins with a commitment to preserving and enhancing your skin’s vitality. Start your journey by crafting a skincare routine that suits your unique needs, one that nourishes, revitalizes, and defends against the passage of time. Also it is never too late to start. With amazing advancements in machinery these days we can have you looking good for the age you are.
Sunscreen becomes your shield, protecting your skin from the Australian sun. It is the best anti-ageing product you will ever use.
Some important spf tips.
- Use an spf 30 or 50. Use a seperate product- not one in your moisturiser or foundation.
- Use half to 3/4 of a teaspoon just for your face and….
- That again for your neck and chest (take it from someone who is starting to age on her neck- don’t forget this area)
- Reapply! Every 2 hrs on sunny days
This is different for everyone as it depends on what you are concerned about, as we mentioned earlier it could be lines, loss of tone, pigmentation, capillaries or dulless. you could be 20 and want to be proactive, you could be 60 and want to look younger.
Read our blogs of our skincare tips through the years. Remember the best time to start is yesterday, the 2nd best time is today.