Thirty is NOT the new twenty


So sorry to burst that bubble, but using soap, water and sunscreen may keep your skin looking decent in your teens, but 10 or more years down the road, not so much. Everything you do to your skin today paves the way for the way it will look in the future. The good news? You can turn that potential threat into an advantage!

Step 1: To minimize the amount of sun damage that will surface at age 55, add a daily exfoliating treatment such as glycolic acid cleanser or a retinol cream to your routine. Try LIRA Exfoliating Cleanser, PCA Retinol Renewal or Age Intensive Retinol.

Step 2: To prevent the accumulation of additional sun damage, start your day by applying an antioxidant serum and a sunscreen. The Antioxidant Defense Complex followed by the appropriate PCA SKIN Moisturizing SPF is an excellent way to start your day.

Step 3: To firm the skin and keep fine lines from deepening, you may also want to weave in a nighttime treatment packed with peptides; it will stimulate the production of collagen and elastin to keep the skin plump. Try alternating nightly between PCA Total Strength Serum and ExLinea.

Step 4: Lastly, it’s not too early to start seeing a medical director for non-invasive cosmetic tweaks like neurotoxins. Small doses of Botox beginning in your thirties can prevent wrinkles by inhibiting and gradually weakening the muscles that create deep furrows.


We can get you on the proper skin regimen to keep you forever young, but it’s up to you to keep it up! Dedication will pay off, and any age can be the new 20!