Oh, hey man. First time thinking about your skin? You’re probably in your late 20s, right?
Most guys don’t think about their skin or how to take care of it until there’s a problem (like acne) or once they notice the visible signs of aging. The sooner you begin to care for your skin, the longer it will look healthier and stay youthful.
Starting a skincare routine in your late 20s is a great idea. Here’s what starts to change in your skin in your 20s:
- Tiny, fine lines and wrinkles begin to form around the corners of your eyes (crow’s feet) and the edges of your mouth.
- Dark circles and bags under your eyes can become permanent fixtures.
- Skin begins to look dull and uneven.
- Sebaceous glands produce less oil, creating dry areas on your skin and leaving your skin dehydrated.
The bad news is, these issues only get worse with age. The good news is, you can do something about it.
Skincare for Late 20s
The sooner you start caring for your skin, the sooner you can attack the signs of aging before they even start. It only takes a few products that contain natural, plant-based ingredients to start being proactive in your skin care.
- Caffeine is excellent for tightening and waking up the tired-looking skin under your eyes. Combined with powerful ingredients like brightening vitamin C, you can give your under-eye area the look of a full night’s rest.
- Macadamia Nut Oil. This plant-based oil helps hydrate your skin which is incredibly important for skin in its 20s, which can begin to experience dehydration. Macadamia nut oil also helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
- Phytic Acid and Papaya. This tag-team duo helps remove dead skin cells from the surface of your skin which can create dullness and a lackluster complexion. Phytic acid helps speed up your cell turnover, which means you’ll get newer, healthier skin, faster.
You can find all of these powerful ingredients in Disco’s basic skin care regimen. Within less than five minutes a day, you can take care of your skin and protect it from premature aging. Staying youthful and sexy, that’s a win/win.