4 anti-ageing tips to regain youthful-looking skin

Do you notice these signs of ageing on your skin?

Signs of Ageing

If you are seeing any of these signs, it’s time to start taking anti-ageing seriously. As more pesky signs of ageing start to show, it will be difficult to get rid of them completely. We’ve compiled some tips to help you regain youthful-looking skin. Scroll to the end if you have been looking for an anti-ageing routine that works!

Anti-ageing tips

1. Protect your skin with sunscreen


Have you been diligently applying sunscreen every day? A study on Caucasians found that harmful UV rays account for 80% of visible signs of ageing on our skin.1 The harmful rays destroy collagen and elastin in our skin, resulting in premature ageing and wrinkles. An effective anti-ageing routine always includes SPF as it helps to prevent skin damage resulted from UV exposure. Remember to apply your sunscreen every day, rain or shine!

2. Include peptides in your routine

Peptides are short chains of amino acids that act as the building blocks for collagen, elastin and proteins that our skin needs. Our skin produces collagen at a slower rate as we get older, leading to slower cell renewal rate and formation of wrinkles. Incorporating peptides in our routine helps to reboot our skin’s natural processes and promote collagen synthesis for bouncy and supple skin.

Age Arrest Set

The Age Arrest A3 duo is a premium peptide formula that targets signs of ageing and helps you achieve youthful-looking skin. The proprietary E-Factor peptide in the freeze-dried tab mimics the natural growth factors in our skin, and it works by reminding our skin to renew itself. Coupled with AR Essence 3, this tried and tested pair is effective in helping to reduce the appearance of fine lines, pigmentation and increase elasticity and skin moisture.

3. Keep your skin moisturised

Cleanser 1 & Moisturiser 6

Fine lines and wrinkles appear more pronounced on dry and rough skin. As we age, our skin inevitably gets drier, which is why we should ensure it stays moisturised to reduce visible signs of ageing. Choose a gentle cleanser that thoroughly cleanses your skin without stripping off excess oil and moisture. Make sure to also use a moisturiser to seal in the moisture!

Before and after using cleanser & moisturiser

4. Eat anti-ageing foods

Besides getting skin care right, our diet matters as well. What we eat affects our skin, so here are some anti-ageing foods that can help!

  • Blueberries, Green Tea, Dark Chocolate
    These foods are high in antioxidants that can help to fight free radicals, leading to slower skin ageing.
  • Collagen
    It is inevitable that our collagen decreases as we age. Boost your collagen levels and consume collagen supplements to help keep your skin firm and supple.
  • Salmon
    This fatty fish is not just high in antioxidants; it is high in proteins too. This helps our body to produce collagen and elastin, which is essential for anti-ageing.

Bonus anti-ageing tip:

Time to get that beauty sleep! When we’re sleeping, our skin goes through renewal and regeneration processes and repairs UV damage, which helps to reduce wrinkles and dark spots. If you’re having trouble falling asleep at night, here are 4 easy steps for effective beauty sleep!

Anti-ageing routine

Your skin care routine should change as you age. Check out how you can nail your anti-ageing skin care routine in your 20s and early 30s, and how to target specific ageing signs in your late 30s and 40s.

If you’re having trouble crafting an anti-ageing routine, here’s one to help you tackle fine lines and dull skin:

Age Rescue - Anti-Ageing Kit Intensive Routine

*Note: As Skinlight T3 and Skinrecon T4 are more intensive serums, we recommend trying this routine only when your skin is more stable. Do approach your Skin Buddy for customised guidance!

1Flament, F., Bazin, R., Rubert, Simonpietri, Piot, B., & Laquieze. (2013). Effect of the sun on visible clinical signs of aging in Caucasian skin. Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology, 221-232. https://doi.org/10.2147/ccid.s44686