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I am 19 years old. 

Never use any anti-aging skin care routine and hardly uses sunscreen in the past 19 year of my life.

Recently, I started using sun screen and I don't remove it at night, just wash with water.

Feeling my skin starts to age..=/ and I really don't like that.

My skin just looks...older and rougher for some reason.

 

Is it because I am getting old or because I am not removing my sunscreen? Also, could it be because I never use skin care products to take care of my skin? 

 

=/ Please help! Thanks!

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Originally Posted by Daisy403 View Post

 

I am 19 years old. 

Never use any anti-aging skin care routine and hardly uses sunscreen in the past 19 year of my life.

Recently, I started using sun screen and I don't remove it at night, just wash with water.

Feeling my skin starts to age..=/ and I really don't like that.

My skin just looks...older and rougher for some reason.

 

Is it because I am getting old or because I am not removing my sunscreen? Also, could it be because I never use skin care products to take care of my skin? 

 

=/ Please help! Thanks!

It's normal for skin to begin aging after 18, but you're still quite young so your skin shouldn't appear rough! Are you using any lotions, moisturizers in your skin care routine? How much sun are you currently getting, do you tan often?

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Agreed, it's quite normal for skin to start to show signs of aging round about now, but night time is the most important time for restoring yourself. It is BEST to remove anything that you have been wearing on your face during the day before you go to sleep.

 

At night you should be maximizing the restore process by using night creams or masks.

 

Now is the time to start with a beauty regime, leaving it too late can be disastrous. A mask should smooth out the roughness though. Give it a shot!

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Originally Posted by amandagreen View Post

 

Agreed, it's quite normal for skin to start to show signs of aging round about now, but night time is the most important time for restoring yourself. It is BEST to remove anything that you have been wearing on your face during the day before you go to sleep.

 

At night you should be maximizing the restore process by using night creams or masks.

 

Now is the time to start with a beauty regime, leaving it too late can be disastrous. A mask should smooth out the roughness though. Give it a shot!

I'm afraid it might be too late. Heard people started doing it when they are 17. What are the steps? Night cream....what else? =/ And are there any things I need to be aware of? Like anti-aging?

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I'm afraid it might be too late. Heard people started doing it when they are 17. What are the steps? Night cream....what else? =/ And are there any things I need to be aware of? Like anti-aging?
It's never too late! Trust me hun, you're still quite young...to start with, get a good nighttime moisturizing cream, and an under-eye cream. To start with, Olay makes some excellent ones. I also recommend Garnier's anti-puff under-eye roller...it's great for softening the skin, giving it a fresh boost and getting rid of puffy eyes.

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Agree with you. Our face also needs fresh air to be alive and healthy and for that we must have to keep our skin without any makeup. In day it is not possible for many of us but in nights we can do it. Along with it have more water and fresh vegetables. For skincares, it will be good if use organic skincares as possible. Honey mask for ten minutes adds glow, beauty to your face by reducing fine lines.

 

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It's definitely not too late to start taking care of your skin! I started at age 22 using products like Guinot, DDF, and Murad as well as getting facials and I've been told I look younger than I did when I was a teenager.

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yeah mine too, after 18 my face has just started to look older and feel rougher, i think it's normal, i never did use skin care but now i do, i used to use all the normal stuff but i find they don't work, or they start to but you stop using them and they make you break out so now i use all natural products. I specifically use Jeunesse because they use human stems and not plant based ones. I go to 4anewme.jeunesseglobal.com to get mine and i get the serum and the daily moisturiser because i find them the best for ageing :) 

Goodluck & I hope that helps ^.^

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No way is it too late, but definitely start now!  Washing your face well is pretty essential, especially since you use sunscreen- its notoriously stubborn and water wont be enough to get it off.  You don't want to be sleeping with all of those chemicals still in your face and then pile more on the next morning.  

 

What is your skin type?  Also, when you say rougher do you mean texture alone?  Or are you getting any sun spots/pigmentation?

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Originally Posted by Matana View Post

 

Washing your face well is pretty essential, especially since you use sunscreen- its notoriously stubborn and water wont be enough to get it off.  You don't want to be sleeping with all of those chemicals still in your face and then pile more on the next morning.

Sunscreen blocks UV rays from accessing your skin.  In the same sense, your skin is also blocked from the elements.  Going to sleep with sunscreen (or makeup on) prevents your skin from being able to fully breathe while you sleep!  You want to make sure you wash your face before you go to sleep, and allow your skin time to relax.

 

Two of the major things that contribute to aging skin is sun exposure (UV exposure) and a lack of moisture/water.  Sun block during the day will help prevent skin damage, and keeping hydrated (both drinking water and having your skin moisturized in the morning and before bed time) will help keep your skin moisturized.

 

If you're feeling lazy at night and not wanting to wash your face, you can buy the cleansing wipes, which is like a wetnap for your face.  The grit of the wipe does contribute to a tiny amount of natural exfoliation while wiping off your makeup, dirt, oil, and other products you have on your face. (I usually take these with me if I'm travelling since it's easier than bringing a separate makeup remover and facial cleanser if I want to lighten up my luggage)

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My skin is ageing too. Having laugh lines really upsets me. :(

 

Started using sunblock (i know i should have started earlier...) and am trying to drink less caffeine...though it's tough indeed!

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You are in an age where you can really take care of your skin so that you can stop the signs of aging. As well as take preventative measures for your skin. Make sure that you wash your face every night before bed. Now is the time to incorporate a serum into your regimen . Its essential that you take care of your skin and you have a routine that is bed suited for your needs. Consult with a specialist and we will tell you what is  best for your skin. Washing your face is essential in anything you do, not just with water but make sure you are cleansing properly with a cleanser best suited for your skin.

 

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It is ok. If you are using any anti aging cream next time, please remove it before slipping. You can apply curd on your face. This may help to regain the mostiture of your skin along with a glow. biggrin.gif

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My anti aging cream of choice is Positively Flawless Stem Cell Serum.

 

Had this been available or invented when I was your age, I would have started on it earlier.

 

I read and my dermatologist told me that at that age, our skin started to die faster than new cells developing, hence the signs of aging start to show.

 

This product as I researched nourishes these new skins and slow down the its deterioration and death.

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If you are too young to apply these anti-agings, then its better to go for natural and organic remedies. Try to apply home made packs, moisturizers like honey, cucumber, tomato, potato, milk cream to get healthy glowing skin. Milk cream and almond oil is better for face skin massage, which gives a healthy and glowing skin.   

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I didn't actually start to super care for my skin till my 30's I wish what I know now I would of done in my late teen-20's. In order to get my skin on track from sun damage and acne scarring I had to change a lot. Not I have clear skin and it looks super healthy. It's never too late to start caring imo. Plus you're young so you can a fix a lot with good care and not peels and things like I had to do. For me good skin creams and care are 1st then good products so I don't break out. Good doesn't mean pricey either looking at your ingredients is important though.

 

I had to use Retin A and I still do peels at home to keep my skin in shape. One thing I should of worn was SS years ago! That would of avoided a world of problems for me. Good luck and don't get overwhelmed just washing and using a good moisturizer at night does wonders. Now I use a full line of products ie, eye cream to serum to moisturizer. Seems to work great for me.

 

Good Vibes!

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Lol aging skin at 19? Is this a joke? Sweetie you won't start noticing real aging until late 20s or early 30s. I'm 32 and I started noticing changes around 29 years old. It is never too early to take preventative measures though and use creams and stuff. But please don't stress about aging at your age. Have fun! Enjoy being able to wake up hungover and still look relatively cute:)

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I don't think it's too late to start caring for your skin.. you should try out some natural home made remedies and along with that should start using a daily skin care cream which is made of natural ingredients. I use Yllume skin care products, which are very effective and natural.

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Hi,I am a university student in Japan. Japanese Woman' s skin is more slow down age. Because they use cosmetics that it is development for agin care. Here are a few. :COSMEDECOLTE :SHISEIDO :Dior

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Start a good skin care regime that fits within your budget. Never sleep with make up on. Sunscreen is a must. Make sure you moisture under the sunscreen. Exfoliate weekly to get rid of dead skin. A 5 $ face sponge can be used with a face wash during bath to wash the face. Use a serum , moisturizer & sunscreen daily.

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You should take care of your skin and maintain its natural beauty consistently. You'll avoid many skin issues in future.

Skin changes are related to environmental factors, genetic makeup, nutrition, and other factors. The greatest single factor, though, is sun exposure. Thus, prevention is a lifelong process. 

There are so many products on the market, you'll definitely find something that fits you. I personally use Skin Rejuvenating System by Sutro Lab (San Francisco based natural beauty company).  It consists of 3 components, each of which has its own purpose and time to use. For instance,their Morning Face Serum protects your skin from UV-A and B Rays. It's a powerful natural solution for variety of skin issues. Their website - sutrolab.com I think their products are available on Amazon too.

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Sunscreen is extremely important. The majority of all aged skin is caused by the sun so it's extremely important to wear sunscreen to prevent aging. But that's a preventative method. If you really want to turn back the aging that may have already happened, there are a few things you can try:

 

The first is to treat your body right. Our diet is one of the greatest influences on your external appearance. Treat your body right and it will reward you in return. You can also moisturize, get facials, and all the other anti-aging treatments you already know about.

 

The other options are surgical, but you are probably too young for those. I'll still tell you about them anyways though. These are generally where people get facelifts and other surgical treatments like peels, microdermabrasion, Botox, and so on. One of the more interesting non-invasive treatments I've heard about though is Ultherapy, which uses focused energy to boost collagen production (the natural protein in your body responsible for youthful skin). It only takes one treatment too and it has a 71% worth it rating on RealSelf.

 

But there are seriously so many options available. At your age though, you want to just stick with eating right and the general facials, moisturizers, etc.

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Dear just wash your face twice daily. It is very important for younger skin. Also drink plenty of water in a day. Other thing is eat more fruits and green vegetables. It works wonder for skin.

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Agreed, Drink more water and stay hydrated for younger looking skin. Eat fruits that are rich in vitamin C like oranges, strawberries, peppers, kale and guava. Vitamin C boosts production of collagen fibers that help keep skin smooth and firm.

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Originally Posted by Daisy403 View Post
 

Recently, I started using sun screen and I don't remove it at night, just wash with water.

 

It is okay to wash with water only.

 

 

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Originally Posted by Daisy403 View Post
 

I am 19 years old. 

Feeling my skin starts to age..=/ and I really don't like that.

My skin just looks...older and rougher for some reason.

19 years is too young... If you feel your skin is aging then you need too much care of it. Try some natural remedies. I am sharing personal experiences.. I hope these tips will help you.

1. Drink approx three liters water a day. Water is best cleanser for our body.

2. Eat fresh fruits and green vegetables.

3. Include vitamin c rich diet like oranges, bananas, papaya. All are very good for skin. Better if you take juice.

4. Do exercise for 30 - 60 minutes daily.
5. Wash your face at least twice daily.
6. Use aloe vera's juice and wash it after 20 minutes to get glow.

 

Please note that all above tips will provide results slowly.

 

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Originally Posted by Daisy403 View Post
 

Please help!

 

If you want fast result, use any skin care product. I'll recommend my favorite Jarvis Cream & Serum.

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