Skin care in your 50’s & beyond

50-Year-Old-Woman

Your 50’s and beyond is a time where we celebrate the wisdom we have gathered over many years. Our skin reflects our lifestyle so if we have neglected our skin, we may look older or more tired than we actually feel.

A 50 + year old skin is a skin that will start to slow down in cell turnover, show darker pigmentation, show obvious wrinkles and lines and broken blood vessels.

Your skin care should target all of these ageing signs and products should include essential nutrients to combat accelerated ageing.

Using products containing the following ingredients will certainly benefit your skin if you are concerned with ageing:

  1. Vitamin A
  2. Vitamin B3 & B5
  3. Vitamin C & E
  4. Hyaluronic Acid
  5. Peptides
  6. Zinc based sunscreen

Professional treatments will consist of various modalities and will target all of the concerns we generally associate with ageing. Some of these modalities include:

  1. Radio Frequency
  2. Sonophoresis
  3. LED
  4. Microcurrent
  5. Microdermabrasion & Peels

By incorporating home care prescriptive with clinic treatments and a healthy lifestyle, you will find your skin will cope with environmental elements and nutritional deficiencies more effectively. Your skin will not react as easily, and will improve in it’s appearance. My recommendation is to find an Aesthetician that is qualified to prescribe correct skin care products with active ingredients and perform clinic treatments to assist with the appearance of an ageing skin.

Let me know if you have any products  you absolutely swear by for an ageing skin, I would love to hear from you.

Donna x

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2 thoughts on “Skin care in your 50’s & beyond

  1. lovely post and very informative i be sharing this on my business page with my clients in this age barrier

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