The skin requires different care at each stage of life. As we age, the skin matures and becomes drier and thinner. As the hydro-lipid base is reduced, it also shows signs of sagging, typical of the inexorable passage of time, more pronounced wrinkles, and blemishes.
Exfoliating the skin deeply once a week helps to remove dead skin cells. If, in addition, we apply a vitamin mask that improves water absorption, the exfoliation will be more complete.
As time goes by, the effects of lack of sleep are accentuated. For this, we can apply a cold tea bag to prevent inflammation during the night.
When it is time to put on makeup, using an orange-colored concealer to cover the circles under the eyes is an effective method.
To avoid spots, wrinkles, and enlarged pores, applying sun protection to brighten the face is highly recommended once we turn 40.
The neck, décolleté, hands, and legs should not be forgotten. These are all areas that suffer especially once we reach this age, and their protection against external agents such as the sun is essential to avoid suffering more in the future.