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Anti-aging treatments can vary depending on age, skin type, and individual concerns.

By April 2, 2024No Comments

Here are some general recommendations for different age groups:

20s and 30s:

  • Focus on preventive measures such as using sunscreen daily, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and avoiding smoking and excessive alcohol consumption.
  • Use a gentle cleanser and moisturizer suitable for your skin type.
  • This is a good age to start using good science backed products such as antioxidants (Vit C) or retinols.
  • Consider starting treatments such as neurotoxins to prevent facial lines from getting deeper.
  • For cosmetic treatments, consider what you want to treat. If you have acne scarring, start to work on that.


  • Continue with preventive measures and consider adding retinoids to your skincare routine to help improve skin texture and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
  • This is a good age to start anti-aging treatments such as neurotoxin, skin boosters, collagen stimulators and lasers to treat uneven skin or texture.
  • The sooner you start the better you will age gracefully

50s and beyond:

  • Continue with sunscreen and retinoids, and consider adding products with peptides or growth factors to help improve skin elasticity and firmness.
  • This is the age where we have bone loss, fat loss and collagen/elastin loss which causes us to age quickly.
  • If you haven’t started neurotoxins, it’s never too late.
  • Consider more invasive treatments such as laser therapy or dermal fillers to address more advanced signs of aging.

Remember there is no miracle treatment, the sooner you start the better you will age gracefully and you may not require plastic surgery.

When deciding which treatment is best for you, consider the following factors:

  • Your skin type and concerns.
  • Your age and the extent of aging signs.
  • Your budget and willingness to undergo invasive procedures.
  • Any medical conditions or medications that may affect your skin.
  • Consultation with a dermatologist or skin care professional can help determine the most suitable treatment plan for you.