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Wednesday, 2 November 2016

The evolution of the skin with time; age and change

Your skin changes with age. That's about a lifetime of sun exposure, personal habits such as smoking and diet, and changes that happen with normal aging.  As you get older, you may notice your skin isn't as smooth or tight as it once was.

 It may also be drier, more fragile, and thinner than it used to be. With age, skin may also bruise more easily, due to loss of support around blood vessel walls that happens with age.


TWENTIES (20s)


Young women in their 20s think they're invincible and that they're never going to age.   This is when you really need to develop good skin care habits, because they will last a lifetime. It is important to cleanse your skin morning and night.  Your daily makeup, skin oils, and dirt that you end up with by the end of the day doesn't just lead to acne breakouts. Cosmetics can also trap skin-damaging free radicals, eventually leading to premature lines and wrinkles.  You need to start using a moisturizer with glycolic acid.  A glycolic acid moisturizer is a moisturizer that contains the beneficial compound glycolic acid. Glycolic acid is a naturally derived substance from the sugar cane plant. It naturally exfoliates the skin and removes dead skin cells so new ones can take their place.  Try the Glycolic and Hydroxy Acid Moisturizer by Naturessence.  Visit www.naturessence.com

THIRTIES (30s)


In your 30’s you may start to notice your skin is drier and duller in color.  The rate of new cells being produced by your skin is starting to slow down.  You may also notice fine lines around key areas such as your eyes and mouth.  Collagen (which gives skin its strength) and elastin (the stretchy part of your skin) continues to weaken.  Wrinkles start to form as 'expression' lines.   You may start to lose some of your skin tone. This can lead to puffiness around the eyes and the overall complexion of your skin can become less bright. A good eye cream or serum can help to keep fine lines and dark circles at bay.

FORTIES (40s)

At this age, way your body gets rid of toxins decreases in speed and the elastic fibers that support your lymph glands break down. This can result in puffiness around your eyes and cheeks.  You also experience less sebum and your hormones such as estrogen start to switch off.  Less estrogen can make your skin start to sag and wrinkle.

Unfortunately, no product can reverse the signs of aging, but the good news is that there are products that can visibly improve the way your skin looks and feels.  Once again, the best thing you can do for your skin is make sure it is fully hydrated. Sebum production usually slows down by the time you reach your forties, so regular moisturizing is key. Choose something that's rich and nourishing to reduce the signs of aging.


Visit www.naturessence.com and try the Glycolic and Hydroxy Acid Cream.   Skin brighteners can help to instantly brighten up a tired-looking so also take a look at the Glow Maxitone line of brightening product.


FIFTIES (50s)


In your 50’s, patches of pigmentation on your skin are likely to appear. You may notice age spots on the backs of your hands, arms and face.  Skin becomes flaky and more wrinkles are apparent by now. Your skin is more dehydrated than earlier years and collagen and elastin are now weak and unsupportive to the skin cells.  A key sign of aging starts to appear around your eyes - when our eyelids can become hooded and wrinkled.   If you don't feel like splashing out on cosmetic surgery to get back to your youth, try a good Retinol Cream instead, to help firm and tone the skin. Regular application can help speed up the production of new skin cells and collagen production.

Visit www.naturessence.com and check out their Retinol Cream.

Moisture is more important than ever and you should find that nourishing masks and serums will help to keep your complexion looking healthy and hydrated.  You can continue to use the Glycolic and Hydroxy Acid Cream to tackle the signs of aging.

Visit www.naturessence.com 

SIXTIES (60s)

In your 60’s, you're just getting used to the idea that the reading glasses and wrinkles are here to stay. You may notice your skin is more fragile, and you may have an increasing number of age spots. You may want to use a product with hydroquinone, the very best ingredient for reducing age spots.  Also, the fine lines and wrinkles that started appearing in your 50s are becoming more dramatic, especially if you smoked or sunned significantly in your younger years.  One remedy: products with retinol acid -- these creams repair damaged skin by speeding skin cell turnover.

Visit www.naturessence.com and check the Glow Maxitone line of products for brightening and hydrating the skin.

THE YEARS AHEAD (60s+)

In your 70s you're likely to notice a big spike in skin tags, as well as excess skin around the neck and jowl lines.  No matter your age or skin condition, Naturessence has an anti-aging product for all ages to meet your skin care needs.


At Naturessence we care about your skin.

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