Are you wondering how to prevent aging skin in your 20s? Do you want to know about the best skin products for your 30s or how to maintain glowing skin in your 40s? The range of anti-aging treatments available today may seem a bit overwhelming. In this blog post, we’ll break down the best treatments to help your skin look youthful, whether you’re in your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, or beyond.
Decade-by-Decade Skincare Treatments
No matter your age, following a daily skincare routine is essential to maintaining youthful, glowing skin. Below, we describe the best medical spa treatments to supplement your efforts.
In Your 20s: Prevention Is Key
This is the decade when you lay the groundwork for having healthy, smooth skin in the decades ahead. Unfortunately, this is also when people typically spend more time outdoors than at any other point during their adult lives. Who doesn’t love feeling the sun’s warmth on their skin and getting a bronze, sun-kissed appearance? That’s OK if you diligently apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30.
This is also an excellent time to schedule regular facials and exfoliating treatments such as microdermabrasion and superficial chemical peels. Many people in their 20s are still dealing with occasional acne breakouts and can benefit from HydraFacial® treatments. Laser hair removal with BBL® HERO™️ produces long-term results, saves time on grooming routines, and reveals smoother, silkier skin.
In Your 30s: Addressing Early Signs of Aging
Fine lines and wrinkles typically emerge in your 30s despite your best efforts. Our board-certified nurse injector, Hillary Jewell, might recommend BOTOX® Cosmetic injections to erase crow’s feet and worry lines around the eyes or dermal fillers to address wrinkles that form as our skin loses volume. To maintain a youthful complexion, a gentle laser treatment such as Clear + Brilliant is an effective option.
In Your 40s: Rejuvenation and Collagen Boosting
Dwindling collagen production and cumulative sun damage are the primary culprits for sagging skin and rough skin texture. Nonsurgical skin tightening and facial rejuvenation treatments are more effective than ever for giving you glowing skin in your 40s. Ultherapy® is one of our most popular procedures for patients concerned about loose skin on the neck, under the chin, and over the eyebrows. Ultherapy triggers new collagen growth and strengthens weaker collagen by delivering ultrasound energy to deeper layers of skin.
Deeper chemical peels and laser skin treatments address texture and discoloration issues with your complexion. Intense pulsed light treatments, such as the Limelight® Facial, minimize the appearance of brown, pigmented lesions caused by aging and sun damage. In our related blog post, you can read more about laser treatment options for sun damage.
In Your 50s: Intensive Anti-Aging Treatments
You may need more aggressive anti-aging treatments in your 50s if you want to avoid plastic surgery. HALO® laser skin resurfacing is an anti-aging laser treatment that helps improve skin texture, reduces deep wrinkles, and minimizes age spots. The groundbreaking hybrid laser technology delivers both ablative and non-ablative laser wavelengths, allowing us to customize the treatment’s intensity. If volume loss is a concern, dermal fillers such as JUVÉDERM® VOLUMA can add volume to areas like hollowed-out cheeks.
In Your 60s and Beyond: Holistic Skin Rejuvenation
Combining noninvasive and minimally invasive treatments that address volume loss, loose skin, and reduced skin tone work together to create an overall refreshed appearance. Ultherapy, dermal fillers, and laser skin resurfacing treatments are all popular options for patients over 60.
Enjoy More Radiant Skin at Any Age
Med spa skin treatments offer several options to address various skin concerns at every stage of life. Our providers tailor skincare treatments to address the age-related changes we all experience, and we look forward to creating a customized treatment plan for you. Request a consultation using the online form to meet personally with a provider or call us at (541) 683-3234 to schedule an appointment.