A few years ago, many experts and dermatologists noticed women in their early 20s embracing beauty products and anti-aging potions marketed for their mothers. Today, most of these women are now entering their late 30s, yet they are not experiencing typical signs of aging, including crow’s feet and frown lines. Many experts believe that the reason is due to proactive prevention or a process of jumpstarting your anti-aging routine at an early age to slow down signs of aging. To give you a better view, here are examples of proactive prevention in the beauty industry.
Skin texture comes in many different forms. Bumpy skin, enlarged pores, rough spots, and anything else that makes your skin look less luminous and smooth. Until you put on makeup and the texture is accentuated by cakey foundation, these bumps, flakes, pits, and rough areas on your skin are easy to feel but can be a little difficult to see. This problem affects a lot of people of different age groups, and it can be incredibly difficult to treat. To understand how to treat skin texture, we first have to understand what causes it.
If you are a fan of Kate Moss, you probably already know that the famous supermodel has her own fragrance that was launched in 2007. However, Moss didn’t shy away from admitting that this actually isn’t her signature scent. In a recent video the model did for Vogue, called “What’s in My Bag," Kate shared some of her beauty favorites, and amongst them was her favorite perfume of all time.