Let’s Face It


For most people in their early to mid twenties, skin care is not of big concern, although it should be! It is difficult to worry about taking care of your skin. In particular, if you have good skin at this age, it’s easy to neglect a good skin care regiment. This raises the important question, if you have good skin, when should a person start using skin care products to avoid the signs of aging later?

It is never too early to take the necessary steps toward maintaining the good skin that you have now to preserve it later on! Ask anyone from older generations if they wished they had taken better care of their skin at a younger age, and they will probably say yes. If they had started using skin shutterstock_101538550care products earlier on, they would not be faced with issues such as skin cancer and sunspots today.

If you want to maintain the good skin that you have today, then you need to take the necessary precautions now, such as using skin care treatments. Making little adjustments now, like always wearing sunscreen, will make a big difference down  the road! Things such as wearing a hat   outside to protect your face from the damaging UV rays from the sun and always removing  makeup before you go to bed are key factors to maintaining flawless, radiant skin throughout your life!


About Barbara Goldstein

I am the Director of Corporate Communications for Scott's Liquid Gold and Neoteric Cosmetics. I am the third generation to work in this family business founded and based in Denver, CO. We will celebrate our 6oth anniversary in 2011.
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