Your 20-year old skin might look fresh, dewy and vibrant today, but now is the time to start incorporating a skin care routine that will maintain, prevent, and keep your skin clean despite the active and often social lifestyle you’ll live throughout these youthful days.

How to Take Care of Your Skin in Your 20s

Your 20s is the time to take care of and address some of your skin conditions from days past, such as acne, as well as prevent skin damage, dark spots, and wrinkles.

DePuff Your Eyes

Sure, it was studying for your exams that kept you up all night. Now you’ve got some repair work to do. Depuff your tired eyes with cooled cucumber slices or a cotton ball soaked in cold milk and hide all evidence of your all-nighter.

Eye Cream with SPF

The eyes have it. First, they’ll have wrinkles. Be sure to invest in an eye cream with SPF and use it daily. The skin around the eyes is very thin and will be the first to show the signs of sun damage.

Book Regular Facials

Facials remove impurities, exfoliate, dislodge pores, and hydrate your skin so that it remains glowing. If you’re dealing with hyperpigmentation and dark spots, a HydraFacial is an excellent service that will infuse your skin with some much-needed H20.


It’s never too soon to consider Botox. If you’re smiling and you see wrinkles that don’t go away when you relax, then guess what? You can fix that. Botox is also preventative, which means the more you opt for injections, the less likely you’ll deal with premature wrinkles down the road.

Establish a Skin Care Routine

No, you can’t sleep with your makeup on. Even after a one night stand. If you’re too tired to wash it all off, then you should use facial cleansing wipes as an instant alternative. Drinking, greasy foods, and late night partying do not a pretty complexion make. Especially when you clog pores and cause breakouts.

See a Dermatologist

Find a dermatologist and make it a priority to visit annually just to check for any mole abnormalities. Skin cancer can strike at any age, so it’s important you have your skin analyzed and chart any irregular changes throughout your adulthood.


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