When you’re 20 years old and looking as great as you can ever could, the last thing you’d want is to worry about advanced aging and sun damage. There are plenty of books and e-books that have been published saying that you’re never too young to start on a sensible skin care regimen and program.
Here are two ebooks that can help if you’re eager to start on a skin care regimen and keep the signs of aging at bay:
- Skin Rules: Trade Secrets from a Top New York Dermatologist. This book by a famed New York dermatologist Debra Jaliman is a short and direct read that helps women attain beautiful skin as well as a much younger appearance. Skin care has evolved and requires more than just three things. It used to be enough to cleanse, tone, and moisturize your face and the whole of your skin to keep it looking fresh and young. However, free radicals have exposed the skin to damage much more than before that it needs something to repair and help it become rejuvenated while you sleep at night. In her book, Dr. Jaliman shares her wealth of experience as well as other tips which has made her the go-to dermatologist of celebrities.
- Dr. Denese’s Secrets for Ageless Skin: Younger Skin in 8 Weeks. This book is also becoming popular not only with the mature crowd but even women in their 20s. It is a no-nonsense guide that offers a practical approach on skin care, which can be done by ordinary folk on any given day. Her advice includes a practical and easy to follow six step guide to skin care. A lot of people have said that this book beats going to an expensive skin care salon for treatment. While that claim has yet to be proven, especially by people whose skins are exposed to the elements every day, (say soccer players) the rest of the testimonials are positive and pleasant.
While the book gives simple and straightforward advice, it also supports practices and other methods that turn back the clock. A lot of people are now using Lifecell anti-aging cream; you may check out this page for more information. According to reviews, Lifecell works on the deepest layers of the skin and reverses the damage that the skin experiences on a daily basis. Only a small amount is needed and the cream is said to work best when started on younger skin rather than waiting to be in your 40’s or 50’s. It works on dark spots, wrinkles, as well as fine lines.
Speaking of soccer, there’s this new epic soccer training program known to be helpful (see this link) to kids and young adults. The training program was developed by Matt Smith and contains not only videos but also PDFs that can be downloaded and studied much more closely. It can be very helpful to young athletes who really want to improve on their soccer skills and maybe compete in a professional level. The program is available online and many people have also expressed their satisfaction on the training materials.