Summer is the time of the year when the skin suffers the most. Abrupt changes of temperature and greater exposure to open-air end up dehydrating, drying and staining the skin, but ageing can also generate changes in the dermis.
Skincare according to age:
It is important to clean with micellar water or chosen product and then moisturize with a light emulsion, and not to forget to use a sunscreen during the day. Taking off makeup is equally important. Focus on a thorough cleansing routine.
The first signs of aging appear dehydration, spots, loss of luminosity, and expression lines. Astringent, illuminating, or regenerating masks are a good ally. Daily face massage is a lifesaver, as it tones muscles and boosts circulation to your skin.
Firmness and tonicity begin to be lost because cell renewal and collagen production are reduced. Wrinkles are more pronounced, and signs of fatigue begin to appear on the skin. It is important to keep skin hydrated.
It is the time of hormonal changes due to menopause. Elasticity is lost; the skin dries out and becomes thinner; gesticulation wrinkles are marked, and hyperpigmentation may appear. The skin must be hydrated and nourished, and cell regeneration must be activated with specific anti-aging products.
The main problem is skin dehydration, lack of collagen, and elastin that cause the appearance of folds, wrinkles, and spots. After the age of 60, we must take extreme care to prevent sun damage.