According to a recent study by a company owned by Procter and Gamble (one of the over-the-counter cosmetic giants), our skin does collectively start showing more signs of aging by age 35, making this a so-called “tipping point.”
The good news (and something we discuss quite a bit at bien-etre) is that incorporating a healthy diet, lifestyle and skin care routine will keep you looking and feeling more youthful.
Future Derm touches on this “Tipping Point” idea and suggests you start taking care of your skin early to prevent the coming onslaught of wrinkles. We thought it was an interesting piece of trivia:
FutureDerm: Is There A Tipping point of Aging