Skincare Tips for Aging Skin: How to Keep Your Skin Looking Youthful and Healthy

composition of cosmetic bottle with pink rose petals and wooden plate
Photo by Karolina Grabowska on


Moisturize. Use sunscreen. Don’t be afraid to try a retinoid or two. Those are just some of the skincare mantras you’ll hear if you’ve been lucky enough to grow older with healthy skin. And now that it’s springtime—and hopefully warmer out than it was in the winter—we thought we’d give you some tips on how to keep your skin looking young and radiant this season (and beyond).

Moisturize .

The best way to keep your skin looking young is by moisturizing. Moisturizers can help prevent wrinkles, keep the skin hydrated and improve elasticity.

Use a moisturizer that is right for your skin type: dry, oily or combination. Dr Lane Sebring says, If you have sensitive skin or rosacea, look for non-irritating products with ingredients like shea butter or jojoba oil.

Apply a light layer of moisturizer once daily in the morning before applying makeup or sunscreen if you’re going outside; apply another layer at night before bedtime as well as any other time when needed (during winter months).

Use sunscreen .

Sunscreen is the most important skincare product you can use. It’s not just for summer months, either–you should wear sunscreen every day, rain or shine. To get the maximum benefit from your SPF, look for one with a sun protection factor (SPF) of at least 30 that protects against UVA and UVB rays.

You may have heard that SPF 15 is enough to protect against sun damage, but that’s not true! You’ll need something higher than 30 for optimal protection from aging skin caused by overexposure to ultraviolet light.

Take supplements .

Supplements are a good way to get nutrients that your skin needs. However, they can be expensive and may not always be effective. If you decide to take supplements, make sure it’s something that has been proven effective in clinical studies or at least has a long history of use by other people who have found it helpful for their skin.

Some supplements are hard on the stomach and should be taken with food; others should be taken on an empty stomach or with water before meals because they might interact poorly with other foods or medications. Talk with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplement regimen!

Your skin will look great when you take care of it!

Your skin will look great when you take care of it! Whether you’re a teenager or an adult, there are plenty of things that you can do to preserve the appearance of your skin. Skin care is important for everyone because it helps maintain a youthful appearance and prevents premature aging caused by sun damage, stress and other factors.

Here are some tips for keeping your face looking its best:


All in all, aging is just a part of life. You can’t stop it from happening, but you can slow down the process by taking good care of your skin. It’s not just about what you put on it–it’s also about what you eat and drink! Keep these tips in mind as we move into springtime and summer, when UV rays are at their strongest and most damaging for our delicate skin layers.

Like this article?