Your skin type is: Mature skinEveryone gets mature skin in the course of their lives. Some sooner, others later. Many different factors determine when your skin will start to show the first signs of ageing. These could include your genes and hormones as well as your lifestyle and diet. And, of course, the way you deal with the sun’s rays. Mature skin has wrinkles and lines and gradually slackens as it loses hyaluronan and collagen. Mature skin can be supplied with external active ingredients to restore smoothness and plumpness, e.g. in the form of spilanthol, retinol or hyaluronic acid.
Characteristics of mature skin
- rougher, drier skin with fine lines and wrinkles
- increased UV sensitivity
- poorly healing wounds and susceptibility to infection