I’m a dermatologist – 4 anti-aging skincare steps you need to start taking in your 20s… – The Sun

THE secret to glowing skin starts with preventative care.

One dermatologist shared her best skincare tips to start in your 20s to achieve porcelain skin as you age.

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Skincare expert Dr. Ellen Gendler shared her advice on TikTok


Skincare expert Dr. Ellen Gendler shared her advice on TikTokCredit: TIKTOK/ellengendlermd

NY-based board-certified dermatologist Dr. Ellen Gendler shares “no b.s.” skincare advice on TikTok.

She often advises users on how to apply skincare, the best morning routines, and videos unpacking ingredients in commonly used sunscreens.

In her viral TikTok, she shared her best skincare routine for people in their 20s.

This preventative regimen will guarantee vibrant skin as you age.

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“This is a really important time — you’re now no longer at the beach with your parents applying sunscreen on your face,” she said.

“Now is the time for you to take charge,” she said. “And what you do in your 20s is going to affect you going forward for decades.”

“You will be happy if you listen to this advice,” she said.

The skin expert shared her four important products to use for this life-changing routine.

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“The first one is sunscreen,” she started. “Of course you hear this … but you need to use good ones.”

“The second thing you absolutely should be using is retinoids,” she shared.

“I prefer prescription retinoids like retin a or tretinoin — if you can’t tolerate those then start low and then maybe you can build up to that,” she said.

“If you use retinoids for years you will see such a noticeable difference in your skin,” she explained.

“You’ll be one of those people who grows old with beautiful porcelain skin,” she said.

“The third thing that’s important is to use topical dna repair enzymes because they repair the damage that’s done by the sun to our skin” she said.

“The fourth thing to use is antioxidants, like vitamin C,” she said. “Make sure it’s an active form of vitamin C,” she stressed.

“If you use these four things and you’re religious about it, you will have beautiful skin as you get older — and healthy skin,” she said.

TikTok users were appreciative of the advice.

One user wrote: “Such helpful tips! Ready to get into my retinoids journey and can’t wait.”

Another agreed: “Me taking notes at 28.”

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