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Skin type

Mature skin

what is mature skin

We all get older and so do our skin. Mature skin describes the skin condition that many want to delay as long as possible. Because the older the skin gets, the more wrinkles and pigment spots appear. The skin becomes thinner and often drier, and loses its elasticity and elasticity. 

The first signs of aging, i.e. the maturation of the skin, begin in most people between the ages of 25 and 30, when the first small, permanent wrinkles become visible. This has to do with the body's natural aging processes, which is influenced by your hormones and genes: Your skin loses functionality and is more prone to skin damagefree radicals.

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WHAT CARE FOR MATURE SKIN?

The care of mature skin is often neglected by manyAnti-Aging care together. The currently best agents in this area include active ingredients such asSpilanthol,Bakuchiol orAcetyl hexapeptide. These well-tolerated substances are able to soften or slow down the signs of aging skin and ensure a younger, fresher complexion.

In addition to anti-aging programs, there are also general care routines in cosmetics that benefit mature skin. This includes skin care that moisturizes and adds important nutrients that it receives less as it ages.vitamin C andVitamin E. asTrace elements such as zinc are particularly important here.

In addition to proper body care, exercise is also a key factor in keeping the skin looking youthful. Studies show,that regular exercise effectively contributes to the youthfulness of the skin: The blood circulation in the skin is significantly better, the sweat washes the pores clean from the inside and the skin becomes firmer due to the muscle building.

TIPS FOR MATURE SKIN

  • Tip 1:free radicals

    With age, your skin becomes more defenseless against free radicals and is therefore more susceptible to skin damage, which in turn leads to wrinkles. By adding antioxidants such as vitamin C to your skin, you are proactively combating free radicals: Antioxidants can effectively neutralize skin pests.

  • Tip 2:skin aging

    Botox rightly does not have a good reputation. The needle is invasive, the neurotoxin shoots over the target and you have smooth skin, but also paralyzed facial expressions. Bio-Botox like Spilanthol, on the other hand, has the desired Botox effect without the unsightly side effects. Also aFacial serum Acetyl hexapeptide, for example, can gently smooth wrinkles on the face without paralyzing the facial muscles.

  • Tip 3:sports program

    Exercise keeps your skin (and your whole body) young and fresh. If you already do sport for around 90 minutes a week, you ensure better blood circulation and skin regeneration. This allows you to regain elasticity and less wrinkles.

  • Tip 4:anti aging care

    Dry skin is the reason for wrinkles. The more balanced you hydrate your skin, the better you protect it from the visible signs of aging. A goodAnti aging cream therefore uses the effect of hyaluron: The active ingredient provides your skin with ideal moisture. So look carefully at the formulation of your rejuvenating cream that it not only says anti-aging, but also contains real anti-aging.

OUR RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MATURE SKIN

The optimal care for aging skin

Learn more about your skin

Especially when we get older, good advice can be expensive or helpful and free with the skin advice app. With a few simple questions you can find out more about your skin type and which care is best for you.

FIND YOUR SKIN TYPE

Learn more about your skin type

Normale Haut
Normal skin

Typical characteristics: 
hardly any blemishes or skin problems

Skin texture:
good blood circulation and hydration, fine pores, good skin's own protective acid mantle

Complexion:
even complexion with a healthy appearance

Dehydrierte Haut
Dehydrated skin

Typical characteristics:
temporarily rough and cracked skin as well as dry skin feeling

Skin texture:
The protective acid layer is damaged, flaking and inflammation, wrinkles are likely

Complexion:
sallow and marked by drought

trockene haut
Dry skin

Typical characteristics: 
rough skin condition, skin cracks, wrinkling, skin irritation

Skin texture:
Dehydration and reduced sebum production, possible damage to the collagen structure

Complexion:
pale with a dry appearance, characterized by fine cracks in the skin

mischhaut
Combination skin

Typical characteristics: 
Tendency to have oily skin around the nose, dry skin on the cheeks

Skin texture:
oily skin areas with higher bacterial load, dry skin areas, wrinkles

Complexion:
irregular and possible pale appearance on the edge of the face