Anti-aging creams 30+, 40+, 50+
Anti-aging creams, or anti-aging treatments, have gained immense popularity in the last 10 years or so. According to dermatologists, the skin begins to age around the age of 25. Collagen slowly begins to lose, water reserves evaporate much faster. Anti-age creams and anti-age cosmetics are excellent preventive measures.
Amla 30+ cream with Ayurvedic extract
Amla cream 45+ with Ayurvedic extract
Green apple stem cell cream
Prevention for future inevitable aging of the skin.
In order to prevent unwanted wrinkles, it is best to start using anti-aging cosmetics in time.
Anti-aging creams 30+
The first signs of aging are fine lines around the eyes and lips. In addition to them, skin depigmentation occurs. It is a response to the slow renewal of skin cells. One of the main causes of skin aging is dehydration.
In your 30s, you’re still pretty young and have plenty of time to repair damage and protect your complexion. Start with anti-aging day creams that have SPF 30 in them. During your thirties, hormone levels begin to decrease, as does collagen production. Buy creams that will contain retinol, vitamin A and plant extracts in addition to hyaluronic acid.
Anti age 40+
Wrinkles inevitably appear in the 40s. The skin becomes more relaxed, loses its natural elasticity, firmness and tone. The appearance of hyperpigmentation, i.e. age spots and spots on the skin, is possible.
Another problem becomes visible, and that is dark circles. Nourish your skin with antioxidants. You will do this with creams that contain vitamin C. Use effective anti age creams 40+. Especially the daily ones that have a higher protective SPF.
Anti age 50+
At the age of 50, women lose between 20-40% of their collagen. At this age, the skin does not have acne and other irregularities that occur in youth. But what happens is that the skin becomes extremely dry. Therefore, it should be well hydrated.
Mature skin needs natural fats and oils. It is of great importance that after the age of 50 you use night anti age 50+ creams. The skin regenerates during the night, and ingredients such as peptides, vitamins, and hyaluronic acid will affect the regeneration.