Published on : 16/November/2016
It is easy to fall into the trap of believing that the goal of mature skin care is to make you look younger. Exaggerated promises, such as “look 10 years younger overnight” or “quickly reduce all signs of ageing”, sound too good to be true because they are. Looking healthy at the best you can for your age is a much more sensible and achievable goal. Your skin is the first organ in the body to show the signs of ageing.
As a general rule, the more sensibly you care for your skin and your overall health throughout your life, the better you can withstand the ageing process. Alter your beauty regime to accommodate the changes in your skin.
A similar regime applies for both youthful and mature skin, but make a few refinements and pay closer attention to areas of wrinkles and delicate skin. Choose products with ingredients that have a high content of vitamin A and E, antioxidants, omega-fatty acids, collagen-boosting properties, and peptides, as these have all been proven to help reduce wrinkles and other signs of ageing.
APPLY A MASK: nourish and cleanse the skin with a mask that removes grime. An anti-ageing mask should be rich in nutrients and supply antioxidants to the skin. A suitable mask leaves your skin feeling smooth, nourished, and clear.
Some plants have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects that can provide anti-ageing properties. Frankincense essential oil, for example, has anti-inflammatory and anti-ageing properties; it will help to tone the skin, reducing fine lines and wrinkles. It also has a protective effect on healthy skin cells.
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