3 Skin Care Things to Consider in Your 20’s and 30’s

Chemical Peel Mission Viejo, CAWhen you’re young, you think you’re indestructible— enter the time you attempted to jump down a flight of stairs when you were five because you were wearing a Batman cape. Even when you’re in your 20’s and 30’s, you may think that your skin is never going to age and that you can get away with basic skincare— if any at all. And although you may have been blessed with good genes, Dr. Taylor Pollei has found that even patients in their 20’s and 30’s can benefit from a few procedures we offer. But how?

Chemical Peels

If your teenage acne has left you with some serious scars, you may want to consider getting a chemical peel. A chemical peel may sound a lot scarier than it is. Chemical peels can be done by Dr. Taylor Pollei in our office in just about ten minutes. By applying a thin layer of a chemical like glycolic acid on your skin, chemical peels encourage skin cell turnover— which means a less visible appearance of scarring in the process.


It’s not uncommon for patients in their 20’s and 30’s to get Botox injections. Even though you may not have deep creases or wrinkles on your forehead and around your eyes, you can still develop less noticeable fine lines and wrinkles. By softening your muscles, Botox helps to temporarily alleviate the appearance of even small fine lines and wrinkles which some patients believe prevents them from getting worse later on.


If anyone made lip fillers popular, it was Kylie Jenner, and she wasn’t even 20. Fillers can be used to add volume and contour to your lips as well as add volume to your skin and alleviate fine lines and wrinkles.

It’s never too early to take better care of your skin. Schedule your consultation at our Mission Viejo office today!

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