Do you know at what age is it normal to start developing crow's feet,
fine lines and forehead lines?
As we grow older, our skin goes through different changes and at every phase, different skin problems will surface and hence different care will be required. For instance, what worked in our 20s won't necessarily work in our 30s or 40s. Understanding what our skin goes through will allow us to know how we should tailor our skin care regimen and look our best at every age.
Sun exposure, late nights, hectic schedules and smoking will cause free radicals to damage skin cells, thereby accelerating ageing.
First signs of aging: dark circles, eye bags, puffiness, skin loses elasticity, fullness reduced
Hydration, wrinkle prevention, good eye cream to keep fine lines and dark circles at bay.
Rate of new cells being produced begins to slow down.
Collagen and elastin get weaker.
Dry & dull skin, facial contour less defined, droopy chin and eyelids,
pigmentation appears, pores enlarged, fine lines start to appear,
skin and muscles around the neck also begin to sag.
Exfoliation to get rid of dead skin cells, rich moisture & hydration,
skin brightener, collagen and elastin supporting ingredients
Lymphatic drainage decreases in speed, elastic fibres break down,
less sebum production, hormonal changes – oestrogen (useful for keeping skin bouncy) is switching off.
Wrinkles deepen, frown lines appear, droopy cheeks and neck, rough and dull complexion,
face and neck become significantly saggy, double chin forms.
Massage skin to improve lymphatic drainage, skin brighteners, firming facial treatments,
rich hyaluronic acid to plump up the skin and reduce signs of ageing.
Collagen and elastin become weak and unsupportive.
Menopause - decreased oestrogen slows sebum production, making skin extremely dry.
Obvious wrinkles all over the face, severe sagging, severe double chin,
pigmentation/age spots, enlarged skin pores.
Speed up production of new skin cells and collagen,
nourishing masks and serums to keep complexion looking healthy and hydrated.