Skin care aging as you grow older is basically tweaking your personal skincare regime as needed.
Take a mature look at your skin- More sensitive? Dry, dull complexion? Collecting wrinkles?
Your skin does go through numerous changes as we age, but there are great solutions out there to re-launch a skin care routine.
Some of the common things many mature complexions tend to suffer from:
Lines & wrinkles
Dry, itchy skin
Loss of collagen
Keep an up-dated check on your daily skin care regime to determine whether your skin care program is continuing to give you full benefit.
Your tolerance level to some ingredients or products may change as you age- possibly it’s time to change to a milder soap or cleanser that is geared to sensitive skin.
You might also decide to cut down, or at least take a lighter touch when you use an exfoliant because mature skin becomes thinner and you don’t want to create an opportunity to infection.
If you are suffering with dry, itchy skin issues including a richer moisturizer by day and a night cream by nite may be more effective.
Whether you are changing products around to experiment with or adding a few rejuvenation treatments to your program, be sure to introduce slowly.
Design your own personal regimen to address all your needs and issues. There is a treatment for numerous concerns we generally encounter at every age level.
Common concerns we face such as a dull complexion, undereye bags, loose skin, age spots, or the dreaded “Wrinkle family,” we can be assured to know that effective antiaging products with powerful ingredients you can add to your beauty regimen are available.
Learn all you can about ingredients. Use that knowledge to help you make the right choices in your product purchases. For instance –If you are dealing with eye bags (sagging skin under the eyes) skin discoloration, and eye wrinkles you might look for an eye cream product that has Vitamin K, Hyaluronic acid and Neuropeptides in the formula.
Neuropeptides and Vitamin C help stimulate collagen growth. Hyaluronic acid helps to attract moisture to the area and hold it in. Vitamin K is often found in eye creams to help with visible capillaries, bruising, and redness under the skin, causing dark circles.
These actions together will work to plump the skin, filling out the area around the eye to help eliminate the appearance of wrinkles and reduce under-eye darkness, firm, and give the eyes a more youthful look.
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