The best piece of advice my dermatologist ever gave be me: Products aren't made for a specific age group; they're made for specific skin types and your skin's specific needs. My mom is 57 & still uses anti-acne products, as an example, plus she has very oily skin. I'm 34 & started using products of this nature (peptides, antioxidants) in my late 20's & I'm so grateful that I did! Many of my friends of the same age, who called me crazy & neurotic for my skincare regimens, are showing their age more than I am. I get mistaken for 27, on average, very often. I'm sure it's partially due to good genes but I attribute it to my skincare as well. You're never too young for prevention. This would have been a little pricey for me in my 20's but if you're looking for a good peptide/antioxidant serum, Estée Lauder, Nuface, and Arcona all make some nice ones in lower price ranges. Retinol, vitamin c, & glycolic acid have also really helped me with prevention & maintenance. PTR has the best retinol & glycolic products in my opinion. Very gentle and effective.
I had the same question. Applying the age filter on this website, this product starts showing for people in their 30s. In your 20s, most people already have youthful-looking skin without "anti-aging" products. Unless you've really let yourself go, you wouldn't need a product like this until your late 30s.
I am only 26 and I use this product every night. I am concerned with the wrinkles on my forehead and have been finding this product makes them less visible.
answered 2 years ago