There are different opinions as to the age at which we should start taking care of our skin, specifically with regard to skin aging. Because we believe prevention is better than repairing damage later, we roughly chose 25. From then on you can slowly start thinking about skin aging and how best to protect your skin. But don't worry, even if you're older: it's never too late to start with the right care. Of course, that doesn't mean you should be using creams specifically designed for mature skin in your early thirties. These usually have too many ingredients that your skin doesn't even know what to do with. But even at a young age, moisture is important, which you can really get with products containing hyaluronic acid, for example.