Obviously, I’m being theatrical here. Regardless of your age, you ought to visit a cosmetologist routinely and on a regular basis. However, I must caution you that if you are hesitant to follow my instructions, it is already too late. Hold onto that glimmer of optimism as you continue reading to see why.
Here is my narrative.
I got a call from a beauty parlor a month ago. Since I had never been to one, it gave me cause for suspicion. Why did they manage to get my phone number? I looked at my face in the hallway mirror and dialed a really nice cosmetologist. Maybe they saw me in the area and called the beauty police to denounce me for my crimes?
I set an appointment out of the utmost concern for the health of my skin and walked boldly into the salon, thinking that this was a dumb choice on my side; I can take care of myself and I don’t need a cosmetologist! I always cleanse my face.
My confidence diminished to uneasiness as I sat in a corner chair of the room getting reprimanded by an adult after meeting the cosmetologist I’d seen (have you noticed they’re always attractive?). The cosmetologist Olesya questioned me about how I take care of my skin. She gave me a ten-minute lecture about my awful life decisions after I replied honestly, “soap.” Soap is a BIG NO NO!
I’m not an airhead, but rather a smart 22-year-old lady who was aware of the problems with skincare and the dire consequences that would follow if I didn’t make a change right now!
It’s time to take things a little more seriously and concentrate on this article’s educational purpose. Here is a summary of some advise from a cosmetologist for anyone who might be interested or worried like I am.
Why go to a cosmetologist? woman getting facial massage
Ladies, you probably aren’t a doctor. Even if you have a decent soap regimen down, making decisions about your skin care on your own without seeking advice from an expert could end up being detrimental. Consult with someone who is truly knowledgeable about skin care in order to avoid having to deal with the effects of poor skin care.
When you first enter the world, your face is what people see. It ought to be a top priority for all women. No matter how you look at it, your appearance has an impact on both your professional and personal lives. In order to maintain your youth and beauty, you must take care of your skin. It’s not easy to have beautiful skin that is healthy-looking! You must put in effort and determine which items and techniques are best for you. It then gets serious because daily activities are required to maintain the health of your skin over the long run.
Your skin may already have issues; those on the outside reflect those on the inside. Because different skin types require different skin care products, you must choose wisely. There isn’t a single item that can address all of your issues (as I previously thought). Do you even recognize your skin type?
Think about how much sun you receive each day. If you believe that to be a joke, view this video:
If you speak with a dermatologist or esthetician further, they will advise you to NEVER go outside in the sun. Concentrated sun exposure can cause you to acquire deadly melanoma cancers later in life, even if it just lasts for 30 minutes at a time. Avoid the sun since it ages your skin on a cosmetic level!
2. What are the most important concerns that require our full attention?
Obviously, the state of your skin. Because you’re following the appropriate procedures, your skin can be classified as oily, dry, or normal skin.
The aging process is indicated by the skin’s dryness. You must provide nourishment for your skin. Your top priority with this skin type should be hydrating. Your skin loses its suppleness and durability if it is dry. You might see flaking and even wrinkles.
An entirely different set of issues arise with oily skin, the most significant of which being various inflammatory processes. Bacteria and other undesirable organisms thrive on oily skin and can and will spread there.
Especially once you turn 20, stabilizing and improving the state of your skin should be a priority. You should think about keeping your nice looks because the world regards you as an adult (at this point). If you approach it correctly, you still have a chance to look 25 when you turn 30.
Girl and grandmother sharing a close-up, partial view kiss on the cheek.
3. Which issues are more prevalent in particular age groups?
(The aging process of your skin naturally is described below.)
Internal resources start to diminish in the 20s. Either dry or oily skin will develop on your body. You are likely to experience issues throughout your 20s because hormonal changes are still occurring.
25 – Suddenly, the first lines and wrinkles appear! To stop future issues, moisturize your skin every day. Keep in mind that you must begin early. Start by providing your skin with nutrients and other things that your dermatologist, esthetician, or cosmetologist may have recommended.
30 – Your skin starts to loosen up and change in structure. Your skin loses its elasticity, stretches, and starts to sag. Dead skin cells start to accumulate. You will then be required to participate in therapy or some other type of treatment.
35 – This is the age when wrinkles start to show. Your forehead, the area around your eyebrows, your nose, and even your lips get wrinkles.
40 marks the appearance of every wrinkle. Including the tiny ones on your cheeks!
Ptosis sneaks up on you at age 45 (the drooping and falling of the eyelids). Production of collagen and elastin almost completely ceases. These proteins are in charge of enabling tissues to return to their initial form. Your expression starts to sag.
50 – Your face starts to sag more and you probably have a second chin. Even if you undergo more intrusive procedures to conceal it, your neck becomes the center of attention because it instantly shows your age.
I’m done now. When you’re older than 50, you’ll look back and wish you had paid attention to me when you first read this essay in 2015.
Watch this little ominous film to see what lies ahead for you in the near future as a summary of this wealth of knowledge:
Of course, the aging process is normal. We had no tools to fight the hands of time decades ago. We now understand that all we need to do to extend the life of our skin is to encourage nutrient secretion and provide it with extra resources. So grab your phone…
4. What are the basic skin-care steps?
It’s a challenging question, which is another reason you need experts. You must seek advice and choose the best skin care items for your specific skin type. Although “consultants” are available in drug stores, they are not the same thing. Not assisting you in taking care of yourself, their duty is to sell.
RELIGIOUSLY, ALWAYS READ THE BACK LABELS OF ALL SKINCARE PRODUCTS YOU ARE CONSIDERING BUYING! Understand what you’re about to put on your face! See the general list below and steer clear of parabens, sulfates, and vaseline. Instead, stick to natural components.
Top Cosmetic Ingredients Criticized
3. Diethanolamine, 2. Diazolidinyl Urea
Sulfate of Sodium Lauryl
Mineral Oil 6.
Propylene Glycol 7
9. A scent
10. Coloring agents
Polyethylene Glycol, or PEG, 11.
(Extracted from “The 12 Most Criticized Cosmetic Ingredients” from Chemists Corner)
5. Recognize your skin’s layers!
Our skin’s protective layer is called the epidermis. It illustrates the effects of internal events. Cosmetics all function at the epidermal level. Working through the repercussions (on the surface) doesn’t address the underlying interior issues.
The internal skin layer called the dermis is where all nutrients are secreted.
Cosmetics applied by experts function at the dermal layer. All elements travel 4, 5mm deep since they have low molecular masses, which is how you solve the issues you do have.
A word of caution: Choose 2 lines and switch them out every six months because your skin will quickly adjust to the skin care products you use.
Your skin needs to be moisturized. Keep it clean every day and safeguard it during the day. All the fundamental care you will ever require is this.
Nerve terminals are abundant in the hypodermis. Avoid going here.
So, certainly, you will need to invest in yourself financially. If you don’t think you’ll enjoy lying and being clever when people ask you your age later in life, you’ll need to invest in your future. A woman who appears older is never asked how old she is because everyone is aware of it. Old.
Olesya carefully examined my skin while taking her time. She presented information about my skincare needs and the finest products for my skin type in a very professional manner. I’m happy I made the decision to visit a cosmetologist. Despite the fact that my morning routine no longer requires 30 seconds (more like 3-4 minutes now).
After speaking with Olesya, I feel better right now and am ready to put some of my important time into looking my best. Yes, I’m only 22 but I now realize that the best time to slow down the aging of your skin is when you are young. The time was nicely used.
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