About Ageing Skin

What is ageing skin?

 

Ageing skin is the maturing of skin over time and it is induced by ultraviolet radiation exposure, smoking and other pollutants. Ageing skin is visible in the form of fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, sagging, and pigmentation.

How to reduce the visible signs of ageing skin?

While there are healthy age-related changes, there are also unhealthy changes which can be controlled to reduce the signs of ageing in our skin to restore the skins natural beauty. The most noticeable areas of ageing on the skin are around the eyes, eyebrows, nose, lips and hands. Using dermatologically approved skincare products such as moisturises, lotions and exfoliators in your daily skincare routine will help lift and firm ageing skin.

 

Advice

How to prevent premature ageing skin? Healthy skin starts with a healthy lifestyle. A healthy diet is key. Eating the right portions of fruits and vegetables daily, along with drinking plenty of water. Other habits that improve the health of the skin include regular exercise, regular sleeping pattern (8 hours of sleep a night is recommended) and no smoking or excessive amounts of alcohol. How to improve the appearance of the skin? To suppress early signs of skin ageing and keep your skin feeling soft and looking radiant, start taking good care of your skin. It is never too late or too early to implement a skin care routine to encourage healthy skin. It is important to use natural products with good quality ingredients that hydrate, nourish and protect the skin. For smooth, flawless skin, make sure to exfoliate twice a week with an exfoliating scrub that removes impurities from the skin's surface. Make sure to cleanse and moisturise daily and always use SPF.