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Taking Care of Senile Skin

Our skins changes as we age and these changes are most noticeable on our faces. Changes in the skin can be seen as early as twenty-five, while expression wrinkles can become permanent as early as thirty. Over the age of forty, wrinkles can appear around the eyes and mouth. The skin also loses elasticity over time, and can also become course and dry. As you age, your routine may need to change in order to help your skin looking fresh and healthy. Here are a few tips for taking care of senile skin.

The first step in taking care of aging skin is to continue following a basic skin care routine of cleansing and moisturizing. Avoid using soap to wash your face, as it can irritate the skin, and try to choose a cleanser that isn’t perfumed or unnaturally colored. You should clean your face twice a day, once in the morning and once at the end of the day, with a gentle cleanser. Follow this up with a moisturizer formulated for your skin type. Dry skin is a common problem with aging skin, so be sure to choose a moisturizer that can help keep your skin hydrated all over the day.

There are hundreds of anti-aging products on the market today, but understanding how they work is an important part of choosing the right one for you. Products that have ingredients such as flax oil and vitamin B complexes are helpful, while products with vitamin C can help increase collagen structure, which helps keep your skin looking fresh. Products that contain glycolic acid or retinol can be beneficial, but these products can be very strong and should be used very sparingly in the beginning to allow your skin to get used to the product.Finally, make sure you are following a healthy diet and drinking plenty of water, as this can have a huge impact on your skin. Water will help keep you hydrated while a diet with plenty of fresh food and vegetables will give you nutrients and vitamins you need to keep your skin looking healthy.

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