|When in 20's, Follow a Disciplined Skincare Regime...|
|Be Loyal to a Brand, is her Key Mantra!|
" In the 20's the teenage years are left behind, and it is definitely the time to shine. Skincare regime changes in 20's and it's easy to care as skin is plump and firm and there is good elasticity. But, it is also in an awkward phase. It is getting out of terrible acne and the face is setting in to look like what it will be for a long time. My daily routine now comprises of cleaning & moisturizing with sunscreen on a daily basis. Cleaning again at night is followed by a night cream. I try using as much of home made remedies possible along with regular scrubbing. I feel that all cosmetic products have ingredients that cause different reactions, so analyzing the skin type is most important. Read the label content to see if there are any ingredients that make skin feel irritated. Also,choose skin care products that are water-based, soft-textured and not too fragrant. Lastly, stick to the habit of being ''faithful'' to one particular brand," sums Hiranandani.
|20's Make you Understand Your Skin Better|
Clean and Clear, Garnier BB Creame, Dabur Gulabri
|Check the Expiry Date of all Products|
The third one in our list is Isha Gakhar, 25, Assistant Editor of a beauty magazine from the capital. She travels, is usually in the field, and has a very hectic lifestyle. "Yes, skincare is definitely important for any age group, especially when you are in your 20's. If one doesn't starts caring at a right time (this age), then it leads to several problems like pigmentation, early ageing, etc. I don't tamper my skin much though, but make sure to wash my face with Cetaphil Cleanser twice a day, followed by a moisturizer, and a lip balm with SPF. I stay away from bleach rather prefer to have a face cleanup. I also scrub my face twice a week with The Nature's Co Chocolate Scrub. It's extremely mild and effective. Being a journalist, I am always on the go, hence my skin gets extremely tanned, so I apply natural aloe vera gel or curd to remove it. Also, my skin is sensitive, so I don't use too many products, and invest only in good beauty products. I also make sure to read their ingredients and expiry dates," says Gakhar.
|I'm Brand-conscious When it Comes to Skincare!|