34 Dermatologist-Approved Skincare Rules for Your 20s, 30s, 40s and Beyond

Going for Goal

By Women's Health UK

34 Dermatologist-Approved Skincare Rules for Your 20s, 30s, 40s and Beyond

Thursday, 3 September

To coincide with Women’s Health’s first ever Fit At Any Age issue hitting newsstands, we're exploring how you can get your best-ever skin, in your 20s, 30s, 40s and beyond. Because while skin is personal, and its needs vary according to things like your ethnicity or skin type, there are certain fundamental principles that are worth getting to grips with. It's knowledge that can make caring for your skin simpler, more satisfying and a great deal more fun - whatever your age. In today's episode, Women’s Health’s Beauty Editor Perdie Nouril is joined by Dr Anjali Mahto, a consultant dermatologist and author of The Skincare Bible: Your No-Nonsense Guide To Great Skin (£14.99, Penguin). She spells out the formulations and habits you’ll want on your side as you move through the years and offers her specialist insight on managing conditions such as acne, rosacea and pigmentation. By the end you’ll know your hyaluronic from your ascorbic from your azelaic acid and be able to decode a product label like a pro. Note taking advised.

Follow Dr Anjali Mahto on Instagram: @anjalimahto

Follow Perdie Nouril on Instagram: @perditanouril

Follow Women's Health on Instagram: @womenshealthuk


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