// Over the next coming weeks, Richard Parker from Rationale will take us through the skin in our 20's, 30's 40's and 50's. He will discuss the changes that happen while giving us his expert skin prescriptions to deliver luminosity at every age.
It’s vital to re-evaluate your skincare regime as your age. Your skin gets drier, thinner and more sensitive over time, while signs of sun damage present in various ways throughout the years. Add in our ever-changing hormones and things become more complicated still!
The good news is that you can maintain a calm, clear and radiant complexion at any age. Your skincare product prescriptions will need continual readjustment, which is where Rationale can help. Below is our comprehensive guide on age aware skincare, curated to focus on the most common concerns for each decade of life.
Lets start with your 20's.
Upgrade your foaming face wash to a gentle cleanser Rationale ProCeramide Cleanser that thoroughly removes makeup, sunscreen and impurities without stripping your skin’s protective lipids. For oily or breakout-prone skin, choose a formula comprising skin refining hydroxy acids and enzymes for clearer, brighter and fresher skin Rationale Catalyst Cleanser.
Introduce Vitamin B3 into your daily skincare regime to boost skin resilience, calm inflammation and reduce oil flow, for improved skin condition, brightness and clarity Rationale Immunologist Serum.
Get Serious With SPF.
By your twenties, you’ve experienced enough sun exposure for the first signs of damage to appear. Prevent further damage with the daily application of photo protective Zinc moisture Rationale PhotoDynamic Day Cream SPF50+sunscreen Rationale B3-T SPF50+
Reset Your Skin
Reset your skin pH with skin refining organic acids and enzymes every night to help clear pores, maintain optimal moisture levels and minimise acne-causing bacteria Rationale Catalyst Serum.
Clear The Way With Vitamin A
Vitamin A is proven to help clear blemishes and fade the marks they leave behind. Start by using a Vitamin A formula 2-3 nights per week. As your skin adjusts, slowly increase the frequency DNA Night Cream
To find out more about Richard Parker you can read our previous interview in Behind the Artist.