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Article: Skincare Routine For Mature Skin

Skincare Routine For Mature Skin

Skincare Routine For Mature Skin

Ageing is inevitable and quite honestly what a beautiful thing to naturally come to us. No really, to age means to live and may we all be so lucky to live long enough to develop fine lines and wrinkles. If you start to see some on your face as you mature, just take it as a sign that you are living fully - after all they are called expression lines for a reason!

But while you age, it is equally important to support your skin barrier with the right kind of products made using anti-ageing ingredients. Everyone should have a basic skincare routine in place and with mature skin it is even more important to have a routine that is gentle, hydrating and nourishing.

Here’s how I like to go about it -

1) Cleanse and Serum it up

Mature skin should be treated with a mild, non-irritating cleanser that doesn’t strip the skin off of its natural oils and keeps the moisture barrier intact. A gentle cleanser like Touch Me Not is ideal as it soothes the skin and strengthens the skin's barrier against various stressors. After gently removing the dirt and grime from your face, make sure you use a serum of your choice. This should be in sync with your skin type and skin issues if any. I like to use Timeless in both my AM and PM routine for its overall anti-ageing properties.

2) Don’t under or over exfoliate

With age, our outer skin becomes thinner and more delicate, so it is wiser to take a minimal approach when it comes to exfoliation. I like to physically exfoliate my skin using Kick Ass body ubtan once a week to gently shed the layer of dead skin and achieve a radiant glow. For my blackheads and whiteheads, I like to chemically exfoliate my skin once in 15 days using Dig Deep exfoliating serum.

3) Give yourself a facial massage

Massaging your face is generally a good habit but making it a ritual as your skin matures can do wonders for your skin. Rhythmically massaging your face improves blood circulation, reduces water retention, improves cell turnover and boosts collagen production. I usually use Just Me Elixir, my favourite anti-ageing face oil to massage my face.

4) Mask up to optimise it all

Pampering your skin with a hydrating face mask once in a week is a great way to give that extra dose of love and nourishment to keep your skin healthy and dewy. I personally love to use Cacao Lagao as it reduces my skin’s photo damage and gives an almost instant glow! To make the entire experience more effective and luxurious, I always follow it up with Sleepover by applying it all over my face and particularly under my eyes.

Final Words

Young or mature, all your skin needs is some attention and lots of love for it to glow and thrive. Make sure your fluid intake is regularised and you engage in some or the other form of exercise at least thrice a week.

Love,
Sunayana

Frequently Asked Question related to Mature Skin

Why does my skin look mature?

Your skin may appear mature due to various factors like aging, sun exposure, stress, and lifestyle habits. Environmental pollutants and lack of proper skincare can contribute too.

At what age does skin mature?

Skin maturity varies, but generally, it starts around age 20 and progresses throughout life. Around the late 20s to early 30s, the skin's natural processes begin to slow down, showing signs of aging like fine lines and reduced elasticity.

What are signs of mature skin?

Signs of mature skin are fine lines, wrinkles, sagging, dryness, and dullness. Mature skin may also show age spots, loss of elasticity, and reduced firmness.

What is the best natural treatment for mature skin?

For mature skin, consider natural treatments like rosehip oil, aloe vera, and coconut oil help moisturize, reduce wrinkles, and promote skin elasticity and incorporate antioxidants from green tea and vitamin C to protect against aging.

Does mature skin need moisturizer?

Yes, mature skin often benefits from moisturizer to maintain hydration, elasticity, and suppleness.

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