How To Maintain Soft, Healthy Skin In Your 50s

Our skin produces less collagen, natural oils, and elastin as we age.

Aging Is Natural

The skin becomes saggy, and we develop wrinkles and fine lines.

The Fifties

Menopause and environmental factors affect the skin, too.

Other Factors

Apply a rich moisturizer with fatty acids, shea butter, hyaluronic acid, ceramides, and peptides.

For Dull And Dry Skin

Retinol helps skin regeneration, while clinical treatments like Botulinum toxin combat wrinkles.

For Saggy Skin

Try hyaluronic acid fillers.

For Loss Of Volume

Sunscreen and AHAs are the way to go.

For Pigmentation And Spots

Use products only after consulting a dermatologist.

For Rashes And Sensitivity