Millennials look younger for their age while Gen Z looks older for their age. Experts have an answer why

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The key element from the conversation about the different experiences of aging among millennials (a group aged around 28 to 43 as of 2024) and Gen Z (a group that spans ages 12 to 27) suggests that Millennials, on the whole, were the first generation to embrace SPF and avoid smoking, while some in Gen Z are doing the opposite. Millennials have embraced the wisdom and mistakes from the generations before them, applying sunscreen diligently and correctly, putting it on before going out and reapplying as needed. That made a difference, especially compared to the generations before them who repeated used baby oil mixed with iodine and sun reflectors to tan and burn. Beyond sunscreen, those born in the ’80s and ’90s are pretty meticulous about other parts of their daily skin care routines. As they move deeper into their 30s and 40s, they’re incorporating products with antioxidants and retinoids to slow down some of the tell-tale signs of aging. The post Millennials look younger for their age while Gen Z looks older for their age. Experts have an answer why appeared first on Senior News Daily.

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