Collection: Skincare for aged skin

Skincare for aged skin focuses on addressing the specific concerns that arise as skin matures.  Mature skin tends to be drier due to decreased sebum production. Using a hyaluronic acid cream or a moisturiser with ceramides can help lock in moisture and plump up the skin.  The skin loses its natural oils as we age, leading to dryness, flakiness, and wrinkles. The woes of aged skin are well-known. The good news is that by targeting the root cause of premature signs of skin aging — dry skin — you can reduce the appearance of visible signs of aging, and even prevent new ones from appearing. By restoring the skin’s moisture levels and lipid layer, you’ll also be restoring a youthful appearance to your face.