Do you tan a little, but burn too?
Light skin tone with yellow undertones helps bolster it against the damaging effects of the sun. If you are Asian, you have another anti-aging advantage in that studies have found Asian skin has thicker collagen bundles. This means sagging and uneven skin tone are more common signs of aging than wrinkles.
Without adequate sun protection, small clusters of sun spots on cheeks may start to show up in your 20s. Wrinkles may not be a concern until your mid- to late-40s. Eye puffiness can occur and be treated by an eye treatment like Advanced Eye Area Therapy.
Light skin often has just about the right level of oil gland activity, so there is neither a problem with chronic dryness nor significant acne.
Often, light skin yields a skin tone that lacks radiance possibly due to low-grade inflammation. This inflammation leads to water retention and edema that can cause eye puffiness, which alpha lipoic acid (ALA) applied topically can treat. Try Advanced Eye Area Therapy, formulated with ALA, DMAE, and vitamin C ester. This product helps to minimize the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and puffiness, while diminishing dark circles and discoloration with vitamin C ester.
A light moisturizer with sunscreen, like Active Tinted Moisturizer, is also helpful for protecting light skin.